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Get on Track helps early-stage companies, start-ups and entrepreneurs to optimize their business model and commercialization strategy as in a training ´boot-camp´ session. It will combine an event with periodic follow-up from the organizers.
What we do
Each Get on track event will be structured along the following program:
Future Get on Track sessions will be scheduled in The Netherlands, Finland and the UK.
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There are many methods and approaches to supporting startup businesses, each with a powerful message and aim to support SMEs.
This guide is aimed at eHealth startups eager to enter the health and social care market with their product of service. It provides the startups with a 'foundation' for the future and skills to
kick-start your startup.
Get support for business model development from digital health experts
Business model clinic to boost your eHealth business
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Venue: Auditori AXA Convention Centre, Sala Uno
Date: Tuesday, May 19th, 2015
Time: 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Are you aiming to be among the top eHealth entrepreneurs and startups in Europe? The ‘Get on track’ business model clinic is targeted to ambitious eHealth entrepreneurs and early phase startups
who need a little help with an important question: how am I going to make money? Join the workshop and get valuable feedback from top experts in digital health.
At the event startups present their business idea to experienced digital health professionals. The panel of experts give feedback to each startup focusing on the business model and commercialization.
The panel of experts
More panelists to be confirmed
The business model clinic is organized in conjunction with Health 2.0 Europe 2015 conference in Barcelona. Business model clinic participants get the 50 % reduced rate off the already reduced rate for startups. Read more about the conference.
Business model clinic is free of charge and participation is possible without attending to the Health 2.0 conference. The number of participants is limited. Selection is based on the following info asked in the registration form: elevator pitch, description of the solution, team, business model.
Registration is open until May 8, 2015. Registration here.
The Business model clinic is part of the EU-funded GET-project delivering growth to eHealth business. www.get-ehealth.eu
Auditori AXA Convention Centre, Sala Uno
Av. Diagonal, 547, Barcelona, 08029, Spain
tel. +358 40 7350569
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Venue: Luxexpo, 10, Circuit de la Foire Internationale, Luxembourg
Date: April 21, 2015
Time: 09:00 - 17:00
Venue: International Exhibition Centre Kipsala, Riga, Latvia
Date: May 11, 2015
Time: 09:00 - 17:00
These bootcamps are targeted to ambitious eHealth entrepreneurs and early phase start-ups.
At the end of this boot-camp the participants have:
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Workshop for Start Up SMEs seeking to do business in Health
Wednesday 25th March, 13:30 - 17:00 (no fee) Ramada Hotel, Shaw’s Bridge – Belfast N. Ireland
Applications are now open for SMEs wishing to participate in a workshop for Start Up SMEs seeking to do business in Health. The workshop is organised by the Northern Ireland Connected Health Ecosystem and EU GET project.
SME presenters will have an opportunity to give a 5-minute presentation on their ehealth solution, business plan and commercialization strategy to an audience of HSC organisations, Invest NI, VCs and Funders, large industry and local councils. SMEs will receive feedback and have an opportunity to network with an expert panel.
Support for SMEs with preparing their presentations will be available and details will be shared with SMEs soon.
We are delighted to announce the following expert panel members (more to be confirmed shortly):
• Sean Donaghy, Director of eHealth & External Collaboration, HSC Board
• Eddie Ritson, Director, Centre for Connected Health at HSCNI
• Prof William Scanlon, Director of Research, Queen’s University Belfast
• Steve Orr, Director, NISP Connect
• Hal Wilson, Techstart NI
• Jamie Andrews, Techstart NI
• Paul Carlin, R & D Manager, South Eastern HSC Trust
• Julien Venne, Strategic Advisor, ECHAlliance
• Jorge Gonzalez, Managing Director, TicBioMed (Spain)
• Ben Ramsey, Business Development Director, GGO Europe, GE Healthcare
• Malachy Gribben, Business Engagement Programme Manager, Craigavon Borough Council
• Peter Wilson, Assistant Director, HSC BSO Procurement and Logistics Service
• Belfast City Council – panelist TBC
• Belfast HSC Trust - panelist TBC
• Cisco - panelist TBC
Wednesday 25th March, 13:30 - 17:00 (no fee)
Ramada Hotel, Shaw’s Bridge – Belfast N. Ireland
Organised by the Northern Ireland Connected Health Ecosystem and EU GET project, this workshop is for you if you are a start-up SME interested in:
Note that there is no fee to attend but SME places will be limited. Travel and accommodation costs are not covered. The closing date for applications is Friday 6th March. Successful SMEs will be contacted by Wednesday 11th March. Complete a short Application Form here.