Join us for an exciting startup showcase and discussion of women in technology on Wednesday 8th March 2017. Featuring leading entrepreneurs and industry professionals, this free event will highlight some of the most interesting and innovative health tech being developed in London.
Women have been instrumental to the creation and success of the technology industry, from Ada Lovelace, to Grace Hopper, to Margaret Hamilton, and the representation of women is growing. There is still much to be done, but female entrepreneurs and technologists are making great strides.
To celebrate International Women’s Day 2017, DigitalHealth.London Accelerator and London South Bank University (LSBU) are bringing together some of the most interesting female entrepreneurs in health technology for a morning of pitches, panel discussions, and networking. Open to all, this free event will also highlight some interesting opportunities for those involved in the health tech industry, with presentations from incubators, Accelerators, co-working spaces, and testing facilities. Sign up today.
- Maxine Mackintosh, HealthTech Women UK
- Hannah Chamberlain, Co-founder, MentalSnapp
- Rosalind Heys-Limonard, Partner, Physitrack
- Nickie Hurstthouse, Head of Operations, Livesmart
- Corrina Kane, Head of Product Marketing, Lumeon
- Tara Donnelly, CEO Health Innovation Network
- Sarah Haywood, MedCity
- Charlotte Clewlow, Makerversity
- Donna Herdsman, Business Transformation Executive
- Dr Safia Barikzai, School of Engineering, LSBU
- Siobhan Thomas, Game Design and Development, LSBU
9:15: Presentations by leading entrepreneurs
10:00: Exciting opportunities for health tech start-ups
10:50: Expert panel on women in technology
11:30: Networking and exhibition
Time: 9am to 12pm (registration and coffee from 8:30am)
Location: K806, Keyworth Building, London South Bank University
DigitalHealth.London Accelerator: DigitalHealth.London Accelerator programme is uniquely positioned to provide in-depth knowledge of the NHS, and support high potential digital health starts-ups and small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) to refine their products and scale their innovations across health and care organisations in London. Running over three consecutive years, the Accelerator programme aims to work with around 80 SMEs (20-30 each year) and focuses on engagement with every health and care organisation in London to benefit patients, founders, economy, Londoners and partner organisations.
London South Bank University: London South Bank University, recently awarded Entrepreneurial University of the Year at the Times Higher Education Awards 2016, has a long track record of innovation and entrepreneurship. It is currently running the industry-focused SimDH programme, offering free consultancy and testing for health technology start-ups funded by the ERDF.
This event is part of London South Bank University’sInternational Women’s Day celebrations.