Ironically, this week I had some ‘bootstrapping’ challenges of my own with my website and email, and this morning we’re finding out that our video crew for tonight may be stuck in DC. I just talked with David Welch and as he put it, we’re going to make lemonade out of lemons. Bootstrapping sometimes means getting creative, not always being a perfectionist, and involving your network.
We’re still working out the details, but we’re planning on using more inexpensive cameras and also getting you involved in the interview process. David Welch has agreed to help you learn how to interview and record. Heck, this may even turn out better this way! We’d like the theme of the interviews to be Bootstrapping Biotech, here are some ideas for questions–feel free to come with your own questions or be ready to answer!
Bootstrapping Biotech Interview Questions
Background information: How long have you been in San Diego Biotech, Which Sector (Biotech/Pharma, Life Sciences, Medical Devices, Diagnostics, Biotech/Ag), where do (or did) you work?
How are you ‘Bootstrapping Biotech’? This could include starting a company, trying to do more with less using social media, or getting creative with your job search, etc.
Do you think we need to Bootstrap Biotech in San Diego? If so, what are your ideas for growth?
What is the most exciting thing you find about San Diego Biotech?
Do you have any concerns about San Diego Biotech? Has the current job situation made you consider leaving the area? If so, where would you go?
Do you have any ideas for communicating the value of Biotechnology to the general public?
Feel free to leave comments below on what you’d like to ask or be asked!