Health10x India Innovation week 2019
The George Institute India is organizing a weeklong clinical immersion and market exposure programme for health start-ups working to address the rising burden of non-communicable diseases (NCD) in underserved markets, particularly in the low and middle-income countries (LMIC).
The India Immersion programme is part of a 10-week intensive mentorship program offered to Australian health start-ups that were selected as part of the Health10x program. The India programme aims to provide the visiting startups and invited Indian startups an opportunity to validate their innovation for the Indian Market and will comprise of exposure to the Indian regulatory pathway, interaction with health care providers in India as well as go to market and scale up strategies.
In addition there is an opportunity by the participating teams of Australian and Indian startups to pitch their innovation at the Health 10x India Pitch Night scheduled for the 10th of August. The prize winner will be invited to participate at the Health 10x Demo night at UNSW Founders in Sydney later in the year.
Learn more about the workshop and follow the discussion at #Health10x on twitter.
About Health10x program
This program is designed and delivered by the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in partnership with The George Institute for Global Health (TGI) and leverages the deep technical expertise and health-related networks of The George Institute,as well as the program experience and global networks of UNSW Entrepreneurship Unit.
Download the Health10x program brochure (PDF 1.8 MB)
Oommen John, Health 10x India Lead, The George Institute India
Vesna Todorovski, Health 10x Project manager, The George Institute
Dina Titkova, Health 10x Program Manager, UNSW