27th July 2018
Take your healthcare start-up to the next level with a programme powered by GE Healthcare
Health Venture Lab (HVL) Budapest offers a 16-week long Accelerator programme for candidates with an entrepreneurial mindset who want to develop their personal and team business-related competencies and explore their ambitious health-related business ideas. HVL Budapest will organise weekly training sessions and coaching and provide European-wide networking (EIT Health).
We will select 20 teams for our Accelerator programme, starting 31 August 2018. We will work with your team on a weekly basis to sharpen your value proposition, give you training and mentoring lead by experienced professionals, and feedback on your performance and your product to make it ready for the market.
Target group and target group’s maturity:
- Early stage life-science and healthcare start-ups.
- Teams who are either at pre-seed or seed funding: Students (BA & MBA), graduates and young professionals.
The four-month long programme free of charge. Non-Budapest based teams can apply for partial reimbursement (travel and accommodation).
- EU Member States: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Romania, Belgium, Netherlands, France, Germany, UK-Ireland, countries of Scandinavia.
- H2020 Associated Countries in Europe: Albania, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Faroe Islands, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Georgia, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine.
Registration deadline: 08 August 2018
Learn more about the EIT Health VentureLab programme here.
For further enquiries contact:
Dorka Gerencsér, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org (+36202111501)
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