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Global General Surgery Devices Market 2020 Key Players, Industry Size, Share, Segmentation, Comprehensive Analysis and Forecast by 2026

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Aug 24, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
MarketsandResearch.biz has published a new report titled Global General Surgery Devices Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2026 that is designed and articulated on the basis of thorough analytical study, extensive research, and prolonged observation. The report presents an in-sight survey of the global General Surgery Devices market trends and significant statistical data points, skilled conclusions, crucial angles with the general standpoint of the market with a comprehensive perspective of the business from an overall position globally by 2020-2026. The report delivers a comprehensive analysis of the market key vendors, end-user applications, and products, as well as the market standard, geographical regions. Important information is expressed in the form of graphs, pie charts, tables, and systematic figures.

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General counsel at the hottest fintechs share how they got their jobs

Jeff Apfel, general counsel at Albert

Jeff Apfel  - Albert GC

Jeff Apfel, GC at Albert.

Albert


Current position: General counsel at personal finance app Albert 

How he landed at Albert: Apfel was originally a software engineer before pivoting toward law, working in software development at ABN AMRO Bank and Accenture. After several years, though, he found himself wanting to work on “the bigger picture,” which contrasted with the individual projects he worked on as a software engineer, and pivoted toward law.

After graduating from the Loyola Law School in 2003, Apfel went straight in-house, landing an associate counsel position at IAC, a media and Internet company. After stints at car sales platform, TrueCar.com, and Groupon, Apfel returned to Accenture — this time as their software product attorney — in 2013.

One day, over lunch with a friend, Apfel talked about how he wanted to transition from a large company like Accenture to an in-house

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