Five transformative startups signing up
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Since the start of the year, five new startup companies have signed up to join the Healthtech Accelerator at Sahlgrenska Science Park. The companies are now receiving tailored advisory and support services centred on their specific innovation and company.

Publish date: 2022-06-22

The HealthTech Accelerator at Sahlgrenska Science Park provides healthtech entrepreneurs with relevant skills, knowledge and networks to grow and scaleup their business at speed. Each company receives tailored advice and support from an experienced advisory team on a full range of topics including internationalisation, IP strategies, product development, business models, cross-sector opportunities, as well as team recruiting and scaling.

Transformative technology

Annica Grimberg Lignell who heads up the Healthtech Accelerator, comments:

“The companies that have joined our Accelerator this year are all focused on developing transformative technology for the better good of our health. Whether the solutions can be implemented in hospitals, nursing homes, home care or be supportive in a daily life setting or at work - they may have the opportunity to change people’s lives.”

She continues, “We are very excited that these innovative startups have chosen to join our Accelerator and we are looking forward to challenge and support them so they can maximise their potential and grow at speed.”

Meet the new companies

Here are the five new companies that have recently joined the HealthTech Accelerator at Sahlgrenska Science Park:

Brainlink -Healthtech solution for the diagnosis and treatment of hydrocephalus

Illumigel - 3d-bioprinting devices for tissue engineering

Mabel - Secure, real-time medical communication in any language through AI

Tylcon Medtech -  Aims to enable tracking of health parameters in patients via chip implants

VSA Innovation - AI-driven automated urine testing and analysis solution

In addition, Sahlgrenska Science Park is a leading healthtech partner in the Nordics for the EIT Health Bridgehead programme, bringing together European health entrepreneurs who want to grow their business beyond their home market. Dutch healthtech company, Parkinson Smart Watch also joined Sahlgrenska Science Park’s Accelerator to grow their business internationally.

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