The third edition of the HealthTech Innovation Days (HTID®) is now open for application. European innovative healthcare companies that want to promote available healthcare for all can apply to participate in the event and gain funding to foster their development as well as partnerships with established insitutions in the field.
The HTID was launched in 2019 by France Biotech and since 2020 is co-organized by HealthTech For Care and EIT Health. The forum accelerates the development of innovative European healthcare companies by promoting partnerships and enabling access to additional funding. All received applications will be reviewed by a selection panel that to ensure a good match between participants. Applicants must meet the following criteria:
o Biotechs developing treatments currently undergoing clinical phases;
o Medtechs developing a technology close to hit the market or on the market;
o Innovative services companies developing innovative products & services highly demanded by healthcare partners;
o Digital Health product developed or under development with partners (hospitals, pharmas or industrials companies)
“Following the official launch of the Venture Centre of Excellence (VCoE) programme alongside our European Investment Fund (EIF) colleagues and the announcement of the European Commission’s €150 million anchor investment, the next edition of HTID® will allow selected European innovative healthcare companies to meet VCoE members for the first time. Moreover, they will learn about the programme in detail, including their ability to benefit from the programme’s support of their upcoming equity fundraising rounds. ” said Jean-Marc Bourez, Managing Director of EIT Health France & Head of VCoE.
Last October, the 2020 edition of HTID® was a great success with 780 participants, 150 innovative healthcare companies (biotech, medtech, e-health), 300 global investors, 1,000 private meetings and conferences highlighting major current issues in life sciences with international experts from the ecosystem. HTID attendees also have the chance to learn about the VCoE programme and how it can support their upcoming equity fundraising rounds.
To apply, please follow this link.
For more information, please visit: http://htfc-eu.com