The local newspaper Reutlinger General-Anzeiger accompanies one of our teams through the MedTech Startup School. The journalist Ines Stöhr visits milestones of our current program and publishes a series of articles on the development of the team “Back in the Game“. In the first article she presents the project and the team.
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100 days is not much time to turn ideas into validated business models, images into prototypes and strangers into friends. Without trust, appreciation and mutual support intensive programs such as the MedTech Startup School are impossible to accomplish. This is why getting to know each other and building strong relations are extremely important to us. Accordingly, we spent a whole afternoon with an outdoor team building by felsland. It was real fun!
We welcome more than 40 participants to our 2018 program. Some of them presented innovative ideas to us that might have a lasting impact on the healthcare industry. Participants who applied without an idea of their own had the chance to choose a project. Within the next 100 days they will put ideas and teams to the acid test.
You are ready to roll up your sleeves and can be a real troubleshooter if necessary? We offer you a diversified summer job with the opportunity to attend some of our courses. This is your chance to become a helping hand at the MedTech Startup School. Apply until 18th March!
Baden-Württemberg – this region stands for technology, tradition and excellent research. Thus, it is the perfect breeding ground for disruption and innovation in life sciences. That’s why we now teamed up with partners from Heidelberg and Mannheim to create the Life Science Accelerator Baden-Württemberg. We help startups through the whole process from needs identification to the actual foundation.
You want to make the most of summer? Join our 2017 batch and learn how to start your own business! In only 100 days we will not only teach you the business background but also all startup life hacks you need to know to be a successful entrepreneur. Apply now!
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.
Searching for pioneering medtech ideas? Interested in new contacts in the field of healthcare? Want to see what 40 ambitious scientists, medical doctors & business people managed to do within the last 100 days? Join our DemoDay on October 17th!
They made the science2start ideas competition rock but blew their EXIST application. The guys from EOG Patch know that success and failure are both essential variables to shape their own company. In the interview Felix Bernhard proves a relaxed attitude towards small defeats and talks about the next steps.
It’s not unusual to start a story by revealing the end: “The end of the MedTech Startup School is just the beginning. It’s like a boot camp for the real life that comes after.” Our 2016 story just started with the first of ten lectures based on Steve Blank’s Lean Launchpad. To prepare our Junior Fellows for the next weeks our Seniors came along, shared their insights and gave some helpful advice.