health tech accelerator

By Leontina Postelnicu 09:39 am May 31, 2019
London-based startup Feebris, which is part of this year’s first Google for Startups Residency cohort, has raised £1.1 million in seed funding including a grant from Innovate UK and investment from 24 Haymarket. Feebris, which has been supported by the HS. health tech accelerator and the Social Tech Trust charity, was founded in 2017 by Elina Naydenova and Adam Bacon. WHAT THEY DO The British ...

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By Dean Koh 06:11 am May 9, 2019
Sydney, Australia-based tech accelerator BlueChilli and Enterprise Singapore, an economic agency under the Singapore Ministry and Trade and Industry, announced that they will partner to launch a Singapore-based health tech accelerator to spur innovation and build startups that address health challenges and opportunities in Southeast Asia. BlueChilli has also joined Enterprise Singapore’s Startup...
By Aditi Pai 12:56 pm February 15, 2016
Pfizer Consumer Healthcare, a division of Pfizer that maintains consumer health brands including Advil, Caltrate, Centrum, ChapStick, and Nexium24 HR, has partnered with education company Galvanize to launch a health tech accelerator. The six month program will launch in early March at Galvanize’s San Francisco office. Pfizer and Galvanize plan to accept ten companies focused on improving sleep,...
By Aditi Pai 01:14 pm February 8, 2016
The University City Science Center, a research park in Philadelphia, has announced the six startups that will be part of the second class for its health tech accelerator, called Digital Health Accelerator. The program will run for a year. When the accelerator is finished, startups receive up to $50,000. The Center adds that startups in the program will also get to network with insurance companies...
By Aditi Pai 03:45 pm January 12, 2016
Philadelphia-based accelerator Dreamit Health has announced that in its next class, it will offer the startups the option to keep their equity if they do not accept cash from the program. The accelerator, which offers the program in partnership with Indepence Blue Cross and Penn Medicine, said they added this option in order to get later stage companies and serial entrepreneurs to participate....