The program is supported by major pillars of healthcare, Sanofi, Munich Re, Berlin Institute of Health, Vilua, Deutsche Apotheker- und Ärztebank, Vilua and legal support via Dentons. This means you will be plugging into their expertise, exposure channels, APIs and unparalleled access to their deep digital health network of industry professionals from around the world. That, along with support of 150+ industry mentors make the program a solid launchpad for fast-growth early stage startups.
The program will help you
- Do more faster, with a year’s work done in 3 months and a new pace of execution
- Show clear proof of concept and the path to profitability
- Develop a clinical validation plan and start rolling it out
- Define why your startup is unique and establish a solid fundraising strategy
- Actively engage with corporate partners for pilot projects, market access, investment.
- Polish the team structure
The fastest way to achieve the above said is to know the right people and knock on the right doors. Startupbootcamp Digital Health Berlin has been rated very highly by past alumni in the strength of our network and the connections they made in the program went a long way in speeding up their growth. And with the name of Startupbootcamp behind them, Startups get a stamp of credibility that goes a long way in opening doors way after the official program is over.
That’s not all. There are several benefits for a startup when it’s accepted by Startupbootcamp. Scroll down to find out.
Why Berlin Tho?
For any startup that dreams of launching in Europe, Berlin is the perfect place to be in. The most obvious one is that if you have made it in Berlin, you can make it anywhere in the world, given the German love for regulations & technology.
Berlin has proven itself as the ultimate playground for healthcare innovation and boasts of 35 large research institutes and universities focusing on life sciences, including internationally renowned institutions. Here You find Europe’s largest university clinic, Charité, the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine, the Deutsches Herzzentrum Berlin (German Heart Centre Berlin) and other institutes of the Fraunhofer Gesellschaft and Max Planck Society, as well as the Helmholtz and Leibniz Associations. Currently, 300 medical technology companies, 240 biotech companies, and 30 pharmaceuticals manufacturers have chosen Berlin their premier location. Not just that, there are many grants that are available to business in Germany, investment volume and ticket sizes have jumped up high in the past few years and still growing!
How this translates for your startup is access to vast networks of reliable researchers, a great test ground for your product to be chiseled in, and huge pools of affordable, awesome people to strengthen your workforce.