As #DemoDay successfully passed by it is now time to say THANK YOU! Thank you to everyone of our many supporters: For 100 days of fun, passion and endeavour! For awesome pitches of innovative ideas! For your trust, help and time! With this letter Lukas Radwan says THANK YOU on behalf of the whole organisational team of the MedTech Startup School 2016.
#DemoDay – a great success thanks to all of you!
Dear guests and contributors,
On October 17th finally the day had come: Our 2016 Demo Day took place in an impressive atmosphere in “Die Kelter” in Tübingen. Nine teams presented the results of 100 days of hard work by pitching their innovative projects in the field of medical technology. We are very proud of them for they have done outstanding work.
However, it has not just been our startup teams who have done a great job during this year’s summer school but also all of the participating medical doctors, mentors, experts and speakers. We clearly owe the success of the MedTech Startup School to them and also to all of you who supported us both financially and in non-material ways with your expertise and your experience. We would like to say a big thank you to everyone for your support!
DemoDay 2016 Impressions I
Our special thanks goes out to Daniel Bartel (mak3it GmbH) and Nils Hoegsdal (prorector for innovation and international affairs at HDM Stuttgart) for successfully teaching Steve Blank’s LeanLaunchpad curriculum to our Junior Fellows. Also, Dinah Murad (Med2Market) and Dirk Lehmann enhanced our work to a great degree by their patient and skilful pitch training.
DemoDay 2016 Impressions II
Moreover, we would particularly like to thank our institutional supporters who once again believed in our success and kept our options open: the University of Tübingen, the University Hospital of Tübingen, especially the Department of Neurology, the Medical Innovations Foundation, the BioRegio STERN GmbH and the Ministry for Economy, Labour and Housing in Baden-Württemberg.
We are happily looking forward to our future cooperation!
Lukas Radwan (Foundation Consultant / University of Tübingen)
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