The Medtech and Healthcare Startup Tour India is a program tailormade for Swiss Medtech and Healthcare startup founders or managing partners with a product / service to target the Indian market or an interest to produce in India and for proven Medtech and Healthcare startup experts or coaches who want to learn about the Indian market. The tour will be held in Bangalore and New Delhi.
Highlights of the tour
- Visits and interactions with key opinion leaders in the Medtech and healthcare field
- Building relationships with potential local partners and customers
- Adapting your business model, product or service to the Indian market
- Critical analysis of different possibilities of a market entry in India
- Gain a solid understanding of India’s Medtech opportunities and ecosystem
Meet the delegates
Prof. Enrico Straderini from Western Switzerland University of Applied Sciences, works on rehabilitation engineering and sport neurophysiology.
Marcos Garcia Pedaraza, Owner and Managing Partner with orgart Ventures, and a Startup Coach with CTI has 25+ years of industry experience in Medtech and Biotech.
Claude Nusbaumer is the CEO of Di Meliora, a dental implant startup.
Andre Giehl is the CEO of Ad Mirabiles, a maxillofacial implant startup.
Prof. Stefan Stubinger from the University of Basel, is founder of Ad Mirabiles and Di Meliora.
Naveen Singh Suhag, Founder of Meco communications, has initiated new software development for the healthcare industry.
Benedikt Wanner, CEO of Synple Chem, is a startup that has developed automated synthesizer of chemical structures using reagent filled cartridges.
Prof. Srinivas Madduri, from University of Basel, has developed biomaterials based device “Neuroguide” for repair and regeneration of spinal cord and peripheral nerves in Humans. He is co-founding two startups in this area and is also an investor.
Rakesh Vasireddy is the Co-founder of Sleepiz that makes a contact-free, multidimensional, sleep monitoring and assessment solution .
Dr. Erich Odermatt is the technology scout for Aesculap, a B. Braun company that manufactures surgical and interventional equipment
Among these delegates, ten will join the tour in Bangalore and eight in New Delhi.