Pop-up Incubator training for start-ups
Start-ups seeking investment need to give a detailed explanation of their financial situation. This programme offers intensive training to provide healthcare start-ups the finance literacy they need.
The Finance Booster Mini Programme offers healthcare start-ups a valuable overview in finance literacy, providing mentoring as well as consulting-based support to help companies prepare for their next funding rounds. The programme provides both an online lecture format in connection with relevant case-studies, as well as one-on-one support.
The economic volatility caused by the COVID-19 crisis means it is more important than ever that start-ups understand and can discuss finances in detail. This programme is designed to help start-ups prepare for negotiations so they can achieve their next milestone.
Content of the programme
The following topics will be reviewed in a lecture format:
- Valuation methods for healthcare start-ups.
- Term sheets.
- How to stack up figures in a Business Plan.
After each lecture, there will be one-on-one sessions with mentors from the EIT Health Mentoring and Coaching Network.
The training sessions will be hands-on with case studies provided by the start-ups, anonymised and adapted for teaching purposes. The sessions will foster group work.
At the end of the programme, EIT Health Accelerator will offer a free, informative webinar session on EIT Health Accelerator Programmes.
The Pop-up Incubator Series
This programme comprises the 2020 edition of EIT Health’s Pop-up Incubator Series, remedial trainings for healthcare start-ups that aim to strengthen the EIT Health community by providing access to both bite-sized and also in-depth trainings for healthcare start-ups.
Start-ups pay €1,900 to participate in the entire series. A discount of up to €1,000 will be given to the top five start-ups that apply for a discount, fill out a project plan, interact in the lectures, and make the most progress.
Further information and application
Download this document for further information.
Apply by 28 September 2020 at this link.