If you’re a startup in the digital health sector, you might want to check out the Digital Health Masterclass, a new initiative from Johnson & Johnson. The programme which is aimed at driving growth in the healthcare sector, will see 20 startups receiving a range of support and mentoring and will focus on helping them:
to identify key areas of growth for their businesses
to refine their business models
to introduce new products and service
to accelerate their route to market
to build and develop sustainable advantages in their businesses
The programme which will run from September 18th to November 20th, will see winning startups participating in structured workshops and seminars led by industry leaders and strategic health partners. They will also be provided with ongoing networking opportunities to connect with everyone from potential customers through to potential investors.
And speaking of investment, the chosen 20 startups will also get an opportunity to pitch their businesses directly to a panel of investors in London in November and also potentially win up to €30,000 to help their business achieve strategic growth.
Like the sound of that? Well, it’s time to get applying! Application packs can be requested from the Digital Health Masterclass site and entries must be in by August 9th.
Best of luck to any of you who do apply! We’ll be rooting for ya!
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Mi-IDEA Manchester Networking Event
27th Sep 2016
The teams from CISCO and Manchester Science Partnerships have teamed up to create Mi-IDEA, a post-accelerator designed to foster and nurture digital innovation in the North West of England.