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Scandinavia, Accelerator, Education, 2018

Fueling the Start-ups of the EU!

10th July 2019

Scandinavian EIT Health Alumni start-ups preparing for the Investors Network programme

Scandinavian EIT Health alumni start-ups attended the Investors Network information meeting in Stockholm on 7 June in order to learn more and prepare to participate in this unique Accelerator programme which offers funding and coaching opportunities.

The EIT Health Investors Network is the first pan-European, EU-driven network for investors that is solely focused on financing healthcare innovation. The programme connects European health-oriented investors and promising start-ups to encourage cross-border financing and co-investments. Through the Investors Network, private and institutional investors meet with pre-screened high potential start-ups in all stages of development. The programme’s coordinated environment makes it possible to leverage greater local and international funding at a faster pace.

For European life science start-ups or SMEs, the Investors Network offers various opportunities to reach out for funding, especially for a first financing round. Start-ups can also benefit from coaching provided by experienced investors and serial entrepreneurs.

Stéphanie de Marco, president of Angels Santé and supervisor of the EIT Health Investor Network programme, as well as Caroline Sai from Angels Santé and operation manager of the EIT Health Investor Network, provided future participants with all of information on how to prepare and participate in the Investors Network.

Learn more about the EIT Health Investors Network.

For further enquiries contact: operations@angelssante.fr or any of EIT Health’s Business Development Specialists located in various regional offices around Europe.

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