2017-06-01 09:19Press release

Demo Day: meet the companies in the e-health accelerator Health2B

Welcome to Demo Day on Thursday, June 1, showcasing the companies in the third session of this international e-health accelerator Health2b in Lund. For three intensive months, these entrepreneurs have fine-tuned their business concepts and further developed their products with the help of experienced mentors and advisors.

Startup companies from all over the world applied to the accelerator program, but only the top four were admitted. All four companies have growth potential and are expected to be successful with their connected services and products for more efficient healthcare and healthier lives.

The current companies include Medow, a Swedish company that develops innovative healthcare products with a focus on functionality and comfort, as well as on design and color. Earlier this year Medow received the “Future Innovations” award from Lund University and the Sparbank Foundation in the category “student who wants to promote and encourage application of knowledge at the university.” In 2016, they also received a prize from the SKAPA Foundation in the “Innovator of the Future” category and a grant from the Sten K Johnson Foundation. 

The last Demo Day session attracted about 150 investors, business leaders and other stakeholders.

The Health2B accelerator program is an initiative backed by SmiLe Incubator, Lean Forward and Business Incubation 2020.


For additional information, please contact:

Ebba Fåhraeus, CEO at SmiLe Incubator                                 

Mobile: +46 734000433                                                                 

e-mail: ebba@smileincubator.life  

Or visit our mediaroom

Language: English

About SmiLe

SmiLe is a business incubator based in Medicon Village in Lund. SmiLe helps entrepreneurs and startup companies to develop and commercialize new ideas. Our main task is to help the management teams of these companies to navigate the complexities of business development, financing, recruitment and risk management. There are currently around 20 companies in SmiLe, which together have attracted more than SEK 1 000 million in venture capital to date since 2014. Approximately 100 people, representing 20 nationalities, and almost 50 percent of whom are women, work at SmiLe incubator. SmiLe is a community consisting of experts, business advisors, incubator companies as well as alumni companies, which when combined provide a unique opportunity for Life Science Industry startups to benefit from their extensive collective experience. The opportunity also includes an infrastructure that is unique of its kind in Sweden, with well-equipped laboratories and advanced instrumentation.