The Barcelona Science Park (PCB), the Bosch i Gimpera Foundation (FBG) and the Barcelona Entrepreneurship Institute (BIE) are giving the go ahead for the MedTeX acceleration programme, a ground-breaking initiative —co-financed by ACCIÓ— to boost emerging enterprises with an innovative business project that shows a clear international commitment within the field of medical technologies and digital health.
Within the framework of this initiative, eleven start-ups including Kiversal (that have existed for less than 5 years) will receive free training, mentoring and advice from 23 mentors and experts in strategic areas such as team management, sales and marketing, commercial law, financing and internalisation, for a period of 5 months, within the strategic hub known as Barcelona Science Park, an international benchmark in promoting innovation in life sciences.
The programme also provides support services for obtaining public and private funding; networking activities that promote direct interaction with the 110 member organisations in the PCB Community as well as national and international R&D networks; access to cutting-edge equipment and infrastructure; and special conditions for any businesses that wish to establish themselves in their areas, with the aim of benefiting from an ecosystem that actively contributes towards the acceleration of their business.
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