The European Innovation Council (EIC) is inviting all EIC Accelerator companies working on innovative healthcare solutions to join the upcoming EIC & German Entrepreneurship Healthcare Investor Day on 19 June 2023 in Munich. This in-person event, organized in collaboration with German Entrepreneurship, will grant EIC-backed beneficiaries the opportunity to present their innovative solutions to top-class European investors, from APEX Ventures, Armilar Venture Partners, Bullnet Capital, Blue Ribbon Partners, CDP Venture Capital sgr, Coparion, Earlybird Venture Capital, EQT Life Sciences, Hadean Ventures, Heal Capital, High-Tech Gründerfonds, imec.xpand, MIG AG, M-Ventures, Norgine ventures, Ship2B Ventures, Omnes Capital, Panakès Partners, TVM Life Science Management GmbH and Voima Ventures Oy.
Submit your application before 4 May.
Register for this opportunity now!
Are you working on a ground-breaking healthcare project? If so, Munich is the place to be this Summer. With the Bits & Pretzels conference and many other healthcare-focused events taking place in the city, it’s the perfect time to meet key investors and showcase your company.
The EIC & German Entrepreneurship Healthcare Investor Day on 19 June 2023 will gather some of the top investors looking for healthcare opportunities in Munich. The final list of pitching companies will be selected by a panel of top-level jury members, including investors from APEX Ventures, Armilar Venture Partners, Bullnet Capital, Blue Ribbon Partners, CDP Venture Capital sgr, Coparion, Earlybird Venture Capital, EQT Life Sciences, Hadean Ventures, Heal Capital, High-Tech Gründerfonds, imec.xpand, MIG AG, M-Ventures, Norgine ventures, Omnes Capital, Panakès Partners, TVM Life Science Management GmbH and Voima Ventures Oy. Investors from Ship2B Ventures and Bayern Kapital will also join the event.
Selected EIC beneficiaries will receive exclusive training in order to pitch their solutions at the event, land one-to-one meetings and follow up on promising opportunities.
What’s in it for you?
The selected EIC beneficiaries will receive exclusive pitching training and increase their visibility with European investors, as well as other EIC innovators.
Don’t miss your chance to:
- Pitch your solution to top European VCs;
- Receive one-to-one meeting requests from investors;
- Benefit from top-tier coaching sessions;
In Munich, at the German Entrepreneurship Center, Balanstr. 73 | Haus 19B/EG, 81541.
Who can apply?
The EIC companies which were selected for or have received the investment component, and are working on innovative solutions in the Health sector – such as biotech, medtech, ehealth companies. The eligible companies are:
• H2020 EIC Accelerator Pilot blended finance companies, which have received the grant and investment component.
• EIC Accelerator Horizon Europe companies selected for grant first, blended finance or investment only.
How can you be selected?
In order to qualify for selection, you must complete the application form. Please make sure the submitted information allows the EIC to verify your eligibility for the call (I.e fill in correctly the project number, acronym).
Please note that your profile will be shared with the event jury members, which will base their selection according to the information you submitted, as well as their investment preferences. Any information you submit is also liable to be shared in an upcoming call for investors, as well as an event brochure.
If you have any objections to the use of your information or any questions regarding the event, please contact us through the email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why is the EIC organizing this event?
This opportunity is brought to you by the EIC Ecosystem Partnerships and Co-Investment Support Programme, which is expanding the EIC’s Business Acceleration Services (BAS). The programme includes a component to promote co-investment along with the EIC Fund, by preparing beneficiaries to interact with investors and connecting them through matchmaking and dedicated events. It is also supporting EIC innovators by creating a network of specialized, sector-focused EIC Partners to help them access the services they need.
Why is the EIC collaborating with German Enterpreneurship?
As a valued partner to startups, corporations, universities and public organizations, German Entrepreneurship shapes the future by empowering innovation. Targeted programs like German Accelerator, Scaler8, the EU-India Innocenter, Master Accelerator and Scale-up.NRW address European and international startups as they transition into the world’s most thriving economies. Since 2008, the German Entrepreneurship team has guided more than 750 startups with its global network of experts - including German unicorns like Flixbus and Celonis. Over 500 innovation projects, ranging from innovation coaching to corporate accelerators, were successfully completed on behalf of DAX-listed and medium-sized enterprises.
German Entrepreneurship has offices in Munich, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Singapore, Tokyo, Silicon Valley, Boston and New York, and operates with close partners located in India and South Korea.
DISCLAIMER: This information is provided in the interest of knowledge sharing and should not be interpreted as the official view of the European Commission, or any other organisation.