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European health tech startups: Apply now to join Health VentureLab in Budapest! (Sponsored)

Health VentureLab is a unique, healthcare-focused accelerator (equity-free) offering a 16-week-long acceleration program in Budapest for startups and entrepreneurs that want to develop their business competencies, and develop their health-related business ideas.

A joint venture between GE Healthcare and EIT Health, Health VentureLab provides a perfect environment for ambitious teams that are tackling real world health problems.

If you’re a health-related startup, check out Health VentureLab Budapest and apply now until March 13! (You can still apply after the deadline, but the later you apply, the lower your chances of being accepted into the program.)

Each of the program’s events features industry experts with whom founders will have the opportunity to interact with through lectures, speed dates, or one-on-one consultations.

Applicants should be founders or senior decision-makers of healthcare startups that already have or are close to having a Minimum Viable Product (MVP), and be registered in a European country.

International teams don’t have to relocate to Budapest, but should fly in once per month for a 2-3 day period. There is no fee to join the program and Health VentureLab even supports partially the travel costs for international teams.

Selected startups will be informed quickly after the application deadline on March 13. The program will officially start on April 24, and ends with a big demo day on October 19.

By focusing specifically on healthcare, Health VentureLab is able to provide in-depth knowledge and coaching specific to the industry. After the program, Health VentureLab keeps in close touch with its alumni, offering ongoing support to its graduates.

Mary Loritz
Mary Loritz
Mary served as Head of Content at EU-Startups.com from November 2018 until November 2019. She is an experienced journalist and researcher covering tech and business topics.

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