Start-ups urged to apply to incubator

Published 15/10/2016 | 00:00

start-ups in Wexford and elsewhere in Ireland are invited to pitch for a place at Berlin's Flying Health Incubator, co-founded by Audi, which supports start-ups developing digital innovations in the healthcare sector.

Over a period of two years, the Flying Health Incubator will help e-health start-ups develop their digital business strategies, from research to quality management and project controlling. Entrepreneurs will work alongside Audi employees and a network of scientists, IT experts, investors and mentors at a research site at Berlin's trauma hospital, Unfallkrankenhaus Berlin.

Together, the start-ups and incubator partners, including Audi, will strive to identify trends, technical solutions and business models in the digital health market. Every year, three to five start-ups have the possibility of participating in the incubator programme. Interested start-ups should send a one-page brief or pitch deck that illustrates their e-health idea to Co-Founder and Managing Partner Christian Lautner:

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