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RYSE Asset Management LLP, the digital health and medical technology specialist investment boutique, has extended its partnership with award-winning DigitalHealth.London and MedCity for a further two funding programmes after the successful closing of the initial programme of 2018.
Following last year’s successful partnership with RYSE Asset Management LLP, we are collaborating again to support digital health companies to grow their business through access to funding.
Despite being advised to stay well away, VCs still think it’s worth investing in healthtech companies that work with the NHS. We caught up with five of them to discuss why the NHS is an attractive market.
We are hosting five webinars to go through the application process and the criteria against which applications are assessed in detail. SMEs will get a clear understanding of the next steps they need to take to apply to the accelerator, how to maximise their application’s likelihood of success, and be able to ask questions.
The Office for Life Sciences (OLS) will work with Innovate UK, as part of UK Research and Innovation, to invest up to £1.5 million in innovation projects. These will be to support developers of innovative medical devices, diagnostics and regulated digital technology to evaluate their product in a real world clinical setting.
Hear from technology, design thinking, and business modelling experts, and find out about funded schemes to help you drive your business forward. This conference will consider how you can benefit from innovations within the emerged and emerging markets, in which the UK is a world leader. Join a range of sector experts, government agencies and gain invaluable insights in an interactive environment.
Working with Health Education England, one of our partners, the Health Innovation Network (HIN), has created South London Small Grants to help speed up innovations that have the potential to improve care. Sometimes, a Small Grant can make all the difference when it comes to getting a fantastic idea off the ground. If you are based within a health and care organisation in south London and need financial support for your innovation, a Small Grant might be for you.
Kerstyn Comley and Suzi Godson, founders of the “MeeTwo” app, won February’s 5x5x5 pitch audience over with a unique early intervention solution designed to help teenagers deal with stress and anxiety
The programme is looking for startup, early stage, or scaling AR and VR businesses that offer a strong capacity for value creation in the future of this growing sector. Businesses applying should be based in London, actively seeking investment and demonstrate a strong potential for innovation and creativity through the use of AR and VR here in London.
Health and wellbeing is one of the most active areas for UK startups. But being an entrepreneur in this rapidly growing sector can be tough, and isolating. Navigating the complexities of demanding clinical standards and the labyrinthine bureaucracy of the NHS are just two of the challenges they must overcome on top of those faced […]