Digital Salutem is proud to have the following partners:
TAU Innovation Conference is a unique, large-scale international event led by StarTAU, Tel Aviv University’s Entrepreneurship Center and RAMOT Technology Transfer Office. For the fourth year in a row, entrepreneurs, industry personnel, diplomats, investors, the university community and other entrepreneurial parties will come together for a week of education, investment and networking.
HIMSS Europe is a voice, advisor and thought leader of transformation through health IT. As an independent organisation with innovation at its heart, HIMSS Europe unites and engages key stakeholders across the health and care ecosystem through events, media, analytics and communities that are focused on helping healthcare systems to define their IT strategies meanwhile supporting the healthcare industry to improve its services.
Salus Digital is the leading media property for the health tech industry. They showcase the latest products, cover industry news and analysis. They also offer the industry’s largest specialist jobs platform, allowing you to target the best talent in the market across Europe.
The Digital Catapult Centre Brighton focuses specifically on projects that encourage innovation and value from real-time and location-based data – known as the Internet of Place. An additional £4m of inward investment has been created as a result of this new project.
The Wearable Technology Show is a unique opportunity to hear from some of the leading innovators in Wearables, Digital Healthcare, Augmented Reality, VR, Smart Devices and IOT. The main stages and workshop tracks will give delegates an insight into the latest technology on offer.With over 200 speakers and 75 hours of talks and panel discussions, delegates can choose from an unrivalled program of content.
The Healthcare City by Nova Medical School is the right place for any entrepreneur with an innovative idea and ambition to push forward and grow globally. We are not just looking for startups: you may well be an already established 20-employee company with a great idea but still struggling to grow in a global context, or a lone entrepreneur needing help to structure his business to expand it worldwide. Our true goal is to take your idea globally in the Healthcare sector and reduce the mortality startup business rate, with the powerful Ecosystem within The City.
Startupbootcamp is a family of industry-focused startup accelerators. We support startups with direct access to an international network of the most relevant mentors, partners, investors to help them scale globally.
The Artificial Intelligence in Health and Life Sciences Conference is a place for top data scientists, practicing clinicians, government and regulatory bodies, industry leaders, entrepreneurs and investors to discuss ideas, form collaborations and identify strategies for development.
WHINN is one of its kind with more than 1.200 attendees; a festival that consist of conferences, events, innovation and business activities, which are brought together in one week all within health and innovation.
Internet Of Business is an Internet of Things events show how to leverage IoT to create business opportunities and competitive advantage. Everything they do is vertical specific. Why don’t they bother with cross-industry IoT events? Because this limits how in-depth and relevant they can be to the end user and that’s simply not the Vinelake way.
South East Health Technologies Alliance (SEHTA) is one of the largest healthcare technology networking organisations in the UK with 1,300 members from 20 different countries and a database of more than 7,000 contacts spanning academia, industry, clinicians, the NHS and wider health and social care providers, local government, policy-makers, research councils and funding bodies.
The new HIMSS Europe World of Health IT (WoHIT) Conference & Exhibition will be taking place on 21–22 November 2016 in Barcelona, Spain. The event will gather top European healthcare stakeholders and will be the meeting point for the entire eHealth ecosystem.
Digital Health Days is an international conference in the budding field of digital health, which is focused on the transformation within the healthcare system, patient empowerment, the emerging business opportunities, the new healthcare ecosystem with new and non-traditional players and trends in related research areas such as Biosensors, Big Data, AAL and Gamification.
EIT Digital is a leading European digital innovation and entrepreneurial education organisation driving Europe’s digital transformation. EIT Digital delivers breakthrough digital innovations to the market and breeds entrepreneurial talent for economic growth and improved quality of life in Europe.
The European Connected Health Alliance is the trusted connector platform facilitating international multi-stakeholder connections around ecosystems, driving sustainable change and disruption in the delivery of health and social care.
Venture Cup is a common platform for all Danish universities from which we identify and support the entrepreneurs of tomorrow among the students. They host two national and one international competition annually. The run Scandinavia’s largest mentor program for university students with more than 300 mentors from the business community and a Startup Booster Program, a pre-accelerator program, with products and services to hand-picked startups.
Life Sciences Hub Wales is the ‘nerve centre’ for the life sciences eco-system in Wales – connecting, inspiring, and accelerating businesses and organizations. Making the link between ideas and commercialisation a reality, from research and entrepreneurs through to healthcare professionals and multinational corporations, the Hub provides a commercially-driven resource for the sector.
One Nucleus is an international membership organisation for life science and healthcare companies. We are based in Cambridge with the majority of our members across the Cambridge/London corridor – at the heart of Europe’s largest life science and healthcare cluster.
Innovate UK since 2007 has committed over £1.8 billion to innovation, matched by a similar amount in partner and business funding. They have helped more than 7,600 organisations with projects estimated to add more than £11.5 billion to the UK economy and create 55,000 extra new jobs.