The INNOLABS project will soon come to its end, after 3 years of successful collaboration, support and progress towards developing new solutions to tackle European healthcare challenges. The Final Event to celebrate success and new achievements will take place on 19-20 September 2019 in Oslo.
INNOLABS project was supported with €5million by Horizon 2020, the EU Framework Program for Research and Innovation, with the objective to fund cross-sectorial solutions by SMEs which will deliver new products and services for healthcare. In this way, INNOLABS aims to foster collaboration, transfer of knowledge and opportunities for SMEs from different countries and sectors (particularly the ICT, Health, Bio and Medicine sectors). INNOLABS organised two Open Calls for proposals for cross-sectorial teams of SMEs to present their disruptive solution, all centred around mHealth, personalised healthcare and ageing populations. Overall, INNOLABS has supported over 130 SMEs across Europe with a total of 4M€.
As the time to close the project in October 2019, we have a look at the main actions and achievements of INNOLABS, which have been possible through the continuous work of the consortium members, SMEs, teams, collaborators, experts in the field and members of the INNOLABS network.
The Final Event
Before the end of the project, there is still an exciting opportunity for SMEs! The INNOLABS Final Event will take place on the 19th and 20th of September 2019 in Oslo, organised by project coordinator Norway Health Tech.
On September 19th, the Demo Day will give the opportunity for SMEs to showcase their solution. It will be the arena for the best healthcare innovators to meet the right investors and potential customers. ➔ Register!
On September 20th, the amazing INNOLABS journey culminates into a showcase of the best 23 of the supported SMEs in a final pitch competition, with 50k€ worth of prizes. ➔ Register!
The event will also introduce the INNOLABS White Book – a solid review of the e-health market and best practices on how to accelerate towards it, fruit of all the experiences gathered throughout the project.
INNOLABS project closes in October 2019, but the lessons learnt, experiences and success stories continue to grow and build solutions for improved healthcare across Europe.
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 691556.
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