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Vote here for EIT Health’s nominees to the EIT Public Award

15th August 2019

To be presented at the 4 October INNOVEIT conference

The public is being invited to vote online to help choose the innovators who will win the EIT Public Award. EIT Health is urging everyone to vote for our nominees by the 3 October deadline, by clicking on one of the links here.

The annual EIT Awards acknowledge exceptional achievements of members of the EIT Knowledge and Innovation Communities. The awards recognise Europe’s successful start-ups, innovative projects and young entrepreneurial talent – and support their efforts. Projects supported by EIT Health won three of the four EIT Awards given out in 2017. This year’s EIT Award winners will be announced at the 4 October 2018 INNOVEIT conference in Budapest, Hungary. Here you can find out more about EIT Health’s nominees for the 2018 Awards.

Vote by 3 October for our nominees

All EIT Awards nominees are eligible for the EIT Public Award, an award bestowed on the basis of voting by the audience. In addition to taking votes from the INNOVEIT audience, this year EIT Is opening up advance online voting for the EIT Public Award.

You can vote by 3 October 2018 for EIT Health’s nominees by clicking on the links below:

  • EIT Venture Award: Tim Kaufmann of Enmodes • Bieke Van Gorp of FibriCheck
  • EIT Innovator Award: Ioannis Tarnanas of ADPS • Stéphane Zeng of POLLAR
  • EIT Woman Award for Leadership and Entrepreneurship: Laura Soucek • Montserrat Vendrell
  • EIT CHANGE Award: Nóra Félegyházi

Find out more about these projects on our Awards Page.

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