Our curated platforms enable key players in healthtech, from Switzerland and India, to collaborate and co-create tomorrow’s solutions.
Sessions on current trends, best practices, models – business or organisational, ecosystem understanding. Workshops from thought leaders
Scouting for technology from universities or startups and facilitating proof-of-concept
Building transnational ecosystems
Bringing together academia, startups and industry in biotech and pharma through various engagement platforms
Between accelerators to advance research and commercialisation
India a promising land for healthtech,
says Swiss experts
India has long been on Switzerland’s radar as a strategic partner for healthcare collaborations. From 2016, over 10 Swiss healthtech startups per year, have been validating the Indian market. In February 2020, representatives of Switzerland’s healthtech ecosystem participated in BioAsia 2020, a premiere lifesciences conclave hosted in Hyderabad, Telangana, a state in Southern India. Take a look at the impressions formed by Swiss representatives on India’s biocluster.
Raj Lehal, Co-Founder & Chief Scientific Officer of Swiss startup, Cellestia AG, shares his thoughts on the medtech development and cancer care innovation in India.
ETH Centre, Singapore
Dr. Margrit Leuthold, Deputy Program Director of the Future Health Technologies Program at the Singapore ETH Centre tells us why she thinks Swiss - Indian partnership in healthcare is a win-win situation for both countries.
University of Basel
Christian Schneider, Head of Innovation & Entrepreneurship at the University of Basel Innovation Office, expresses his thoughts on the support provided by the government in promoting the healthcare startup ecosystem of India.
Chang Yun, Global Business Development Director of Swiss startup, Noul, shares his insights on India's biocluster, Hyderabad
Jan Staplefeldt, the CEO and Co-Founder of Swiss startup, PeriVision.io shares his thoughts on India's startup culture.
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When it comes to innovation in healthcare, Switzerland and India have something in common. The focus, in both countries, are on two types of transformations — the shift to digitisation and value-based care. Our aim is to bring the leading healthcare innovators together for creating advanced, high-quality healthcare at optimised cost, globally.
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