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Call for all SME’s in need of product test or validation

Health Innovation Centre of Southern Denmark are seeking 14 SME’s working with health solutions from the Baltic Sea Region who are interested in having their products or services tested in highly specialised Living Labs.

The project ProVaHealth is working to establish and build an internationally specialized network of partners that support start-up companies to go to market faster. This is done by enabling new companies easier and more qualified access to experts in the Baltic Sea Region within health innovation.

In this regard, Health Innovation Centre of Southern Denmark is seeking a total of 14 SMEs from the Baltic Sea Region, including Denmark, working with health products or solutions, who are interested in entering a test run in a highly-specialized Living Lab.  

Health Innovation Centre of Southern Denmark is looking for:

  • SME’s with an idea that only needs a final finish before it is ready for sale
  • SMEs with a product they wish to introduce to a new market in the Baltic Sea Region

Are you interested?

If you are interested please submit the details of your needs by filling out an inquiry form, no later than April 30th, 2018

After submission of specifications, Health Innovation Centre of Southern Denmark will get in touch with you to discuss which one of the 14 Living Labs that best matches your test needs and send you a proposal for a test run. It is up to you whether you want to accept the proposal and participate in a test course or not.

For more information

If you have any questions please contact Project Manager Jens Strandbech, Health Innovation Centre of Southern Denmark, jens.strandbech@rsyd.dk.

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Contact

Jens Strandbech

Project Manager

Health Innovation Centre of Southern Denmark

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Welfare Tech's activities is funded by the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science, The Southern Denmark Growth Forum and The European Regional Development Fund.

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