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DayOne healthtech accelerator launches new offering


DayOne shares the launch of DayOne Accelerator 2.0, marking a transition to three verticals that will enable the growth of global healthcare and medtech startups at various stages of development.

Three new verticals will support a wider community of innovators from concept to mid-stage ventures. Each selected team will receive equity-free funding up to CHF 100,000 in addition to 1-2-1 coaching, tailored mentoring and training, workspace, industry-wide visibility and access to DayOne’s 2,000+ network of key digital health experts.

Learn more [DayOne Accelerator – Day One]

The three verticals include:

Digital Health Nation

An NTN Innovation Booster powered by Innosuisse for researchers and entrepreneurs with a radical idea to transform digital health and patient care in Switzerland. Stages include identifying customer needs and feasibility, determining profitability and product creation to turn hypotheses into a minimum viable product with up to CHF 20,000 non-dilutive funding.

DayOne Tech

A 12 month program for medtech startups, offering the funding, space (Canton of Jura), and guidance needed to turn prototypes into medical devices ready for market launch. Includes up to 150 hours of coaching and up to CHF 100,000 non-dilutive funding to support ambitious milestones and long term business success.

DayOne Health 4.0

A 12 week intense program for early (pre-seed) to mid-stage (pre-series B) digital health ventures from all over the world looking to scale into a successful pharmaceutical business. Entrepreneurs will gain access to a personal coach and advisors, engage with our Pharma partners along the program to build your business model at their interface and showcase your collaboration proposal at a private Demo Day. You will also receive up to CHF 15,000 non-dilutive funding to work on priority areas and get your venture closer to a potential collaboration with our partners.

Learn more about DayOne Health 4.0.

Located in Europe’s healthtech capital, applicants across all verticals will benefit from unlimited access to world-leading research institutes as well as an extensive pool of specialists and collaborators with which to grow their company.

Interested in applying?

Registration for DayOne Accelerator 2.0 is now open to digital health and medtech startups around the world. Express your interest and join one of Europe’s largest healthcare ecosystems today.

I’m interested! Apply – Day One

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