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London, UK – 21 May 2013 – Connect Digital Health, organisers of the forthcoming Digital Health Forum 2013 (DHF13) to be held in London on 11 June, has launched its ‘Hot 5’ competition. The competition is open to emerging digital health companies, with the five winners gaining free access to the conference to pitch their business ideas to leading digital health investors.
Shortlisted companies will receive an invitation to attend the conference at a 50% discount and the eventual winners will gain free entry with the 50% fee being reimbursed upon the announcement of the Hot 5 winners. Winners also get the opportunity to present at the conference, feedback from the Hot 5 judging panel and an additional £1000 cash prize for the company with the best presentation.
“The Hot 5 will be selected to represent the most promising companies in the digital health arena: both showcasing exciting technology and mature enough to attract investors in the next 12-18 months,” commented David Seemungal, Director at Cubase Consulting. Applicants for the Hot 5 competition need to provide their elevator pitch, a brief market analysis and details of their founders to be eligible. A panel of judges composed of digital health VCs and corporate dealmakers will select the presenting companies. Companies can enter at http://www.dhf13.com/#!hot5-registration/c5kk.
To be held at the Royal Society of Medicine, London, UK, DHF13 will host key executives from across the digital health ecosystem, showcase the best ‘deal-ready’ digital health companies from around the world and facilitate meetings with potential investors and corporate partners from the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, big data, IT, software and hardware industries. Conference attendees will hear keynotes from Esther Dyson, David Ewing Duncan and Tamar Kasriel among others, attend expert panels on digital health investment and network with investors and industry representatives.
About Connect Digital Health
Connect Digital Health (CDH) encourages entrepreneurship, promotes investment and nurtures industry collaborations focused on the development of digital tools that improve healthcare outcomes. CDH believes that the future of the digital health industry is predicated on improvement of healthcare outcomes. CDH’s goals are to help entrepreneurs realise potential, assist investors via a collaborative platform to develop opportunities and help large companies access innovation in addition to helping manage change in an industry experiencing this at an unprecedented speed. For more information please visit www.connectdigitalhealth.com.
Digital Health Forum for Investors & Industry 2013 (DHF13) showcases the best ‘deal-ready’ digital health companies from around the world and enables them to meet with potential investor and corporate partners from the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, big data, IT, software and hardware industries. This conference addresses the need to build new relationships and connections which are better suited to the rapidly changing healthcare landscape. For more information please visit www.dhf13.com.
For further information, please contact:
Cong Cong Bo, Organising Secretary
T: +44 (0) 7846 576577
Media enquiries to College Hill Life Sciences:
Katherine Granger/ Henry Stanley
T: +44 20 7866 7855
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