Who is the Launchpad programme for?
This programme is for companies at an early-stage of developing a product or service and are nearing launch into the health and social care market.
This NHS delivered programme is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (please see our partners for more information).
The Launchpad provides a minimum of 12 hours of support to participants over a three-month period. Support includes:
- Workshops and peer-to-peer learning opportunities
- Bespoke 1:1 advice from DigitalHealth.London digital health and NHS advisors
- Advice from key DigitalHealth.London founding and strategic partners to bring rich and diverse expertise across healthcare innovation
Explore Launchpad companies and alumni
The DigitalHealth.London Launchpad programme has supported over 20 digital health companies.
NuKi Health is a telehealth platform that provides families with quick and affordable paediatric dietetic advice. Parents can get guidance through a combination of video…
The Exercise Clinic
Provide personalised exercise programmes for individuals who have been diagnosed with cancer intergrated with education sessions.
Alva is a digital health platform serving menopausal women. They provide women with information and support to ensure they don’t suffer through menopause.
The Ticket Bank
The Ticket Bank uses event tickets to improve mental health and reduce loneliness by turning empty seats into life-changing experiences. The Ticket Bank platform uses…
Digital Health Passport (Tiny Medical Apps)
NHS problem Long term conditions are responsible for over half of GP visits and 70% of total health and social care spend; asthma affects…
iOWNA is a digital healthcare platform which provides integrated personalised health and wellness plans to improve care for patients, particularly those with chronic diseases. Patients…