06 February

Health RampUp open call

Bootcamp HealthTech start-ups imec.istart PwC

Health RampUp is an intense bootcamp for HealthTech start-ups. During an 8-month program, we’ll help you – together with experienced entrepreneurs and domain experts – validate your business idea so you are able to raise your first round of funding.​ This program is meant for any entrepreneur, with an early innovative HealthTech idea, who is looking for support and wants to take the next step.

Bootcamp for HealthTech entrepreneurs

Spread over 8 months, we'll dive - together with a small cohort of other starting companies - in topics as Design Thinking, Business Modelling, Business Planning, Marketing, Legal, IP, Pitching and so on. At the end, you'll go through an intense coaching day, after which you'll be ready to pitch before a professional jury. 

This program is the perfect preparation for the imec.istart program, as your idea will be vetted with imec experts as well.

Afterwards, you are ready to start accelerating your business and collect your first financing. So, do not hesitate to apply if you have identified your idea.

Health RampUp alumni include: Helpilepsy, Creative Therapy, Kwiekzilver, Caldr, Emma.Health,...

 

Interested?

Download here the program and learn everything about Health RampUp.

 

Important dates

If you submit your project proposal, please mark the following days:

- 6 february 2020: call open
- 26 March 2020: call closes
- 2 April 2020: intake meetings
- 25 & 26 april: kick-off weekend 

 

Ready?

The application deadline for cohort VII is on the 26th of March 2020, at 11:59 PM. 
Don't wait and apply via http://su.vc/rampup

The Health RampUp program is proudly supported by PwC.

Learn here more about the program, the coaches and some of the participants.

Helpilepsy is a great example of the collaboration between BHIC and imec.istart

After joining our Health RampUp program, healthcare start-up Helpilepsy was selected into imec.istart acceleration program. Through our vertical partnership offering, we were happy to match them with UCB, an expert in neurology and auto immune diseases. Watch the full story how they have strengthened their forces to make the lives better of epilepsy patients.

Simon participated in Health RampUp

Simon Ravelingien and Sam Verbeek develop medical assistance based on speech recognition. They participated in Health RampUp cohort 5.

Check our YouTube channel for more videos on Health RampUp.

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