This project has received funding from the European Union’s 7th Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 611709
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GET on Track will offer mentoring to 30 innovative enterprises in Murcia at the end of January
15. January 2015
The next 27th January, the city of Murcia will welcome 30 innovative enterprises related to the eHealth field who will receive mentoring of the GET on Track service
from the GET project during the bootcamp organised in the scope of FICHe Accelerator.
During the afternoon of the first day, 22 experts from eHealth companies and Health organisations, both public and private, with experience in the business model
definition and a deep knowledge of the Health sector -as well as information on how to involve and take advantage of the user experience-, will help the
SMEs to focus their business model according to the market expectations and perspective to facilitate the commercialization of the solutions.
Each company will have one to one coaching sessions of 40 minutes where the experts will offer feedback on their business model and will solve the participants' tricky
questions about their idea and how to transform it into a sustainable solution aligned with market demand.
All the coachers have a high level profile and they are experts in the field which will ensure the sessions will be very valuable to both parts. Experts on the eHealth business come
from SMEs as well as CIOs from main private hospitals in the Region of Murcia. Experts on heathcare organisations come from the different areas of Murcia Regional Healthcare
System including physicians, pharma reponsibles as well as the head of the ICT area.
The FICHe project challenges European SMEs
and start-ups to develop innovative applications and businesses in the eHealth market using the FIWARE technology. 80 SMEs have started the challenge and in the next two months will
have to submit their business model in order to enter the phase two of the accelerator program.