The European Health Catapult Program for Medtech, Biotech and Digital Health Startups

European Health CatapultThrough dedicated sessions, a group of international top-level investors, key healthcare leaders and industry stakeholders work closely together challenging 40+ ambitious startups to optimize their business plan and strengthen their pitch deck. At the end of the training, 21 finalists, selected by independent expert jury, will join the world's leading health market community for a live on-stage competition at the EIT Health Summit in Paris (December 2019). Cash prizes of €40,000, €20,000 and 10,000€ will be awarded to the winners, plus a unique access to market opportunities through 140 European health key market leaders - partners of EIT Health.

Apply (until March 27th 2019) at https://www.europeanhealthcatapult.eu

European Health Catapult is an Acceleration project within the EIT Health programme.

EIT Health is a network of best-in-class health innovators backed by the European Union.

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