Healthtech has fully moved into the spotlight since the coronavirus pandemic hit much of the world. The scrabble to find new ways of increasing efficiency and care have propelled a new wave of innovation in health and medical technologies. It’s no surprise that investments in these sectors are rising, and all parties involved in these areas are looking out for the next big thing.
Meet the German-Swedish HealthTech Event
In this context, the German-Swedish HealthTech online event is offering digital health stakeholders the chance to meet and exchange ideas on November 5th, 2020.
This online event, which is part of the German-Swedish Innovation Partnership, aims to allow digital health startups and businesses participants to exchange ideas, expertise and experiences, in order to help them thrive and access national and international markets. It’s also expected to be the catalyst for potential exciting co-operations.
Tell me about the programme!
The programme includes keynotes on the regulatory framework of digital health in Germany and Sweden, as well as panels on interesting success stories from the German-Swedish ecosystem. Top startups will also pitch to German and Swedish investors, highlighting the most recent innovations in this sphere.
Created and powered by the Digital Hub Initiative and supported by a powerful consortium (including the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, the Swedish Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, the German Ministry of Health, the Swedish Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation, the Swedish E-Health Agency, Swecare, bitkom and Vinnova), the event is set to bring together stakeholders from government, corporates and startups to push the eHealth agenda forward.
To learn more about the event, and sign up, just visit the German-Swedish HealthTech Event website.