Who are We Looking For?
Aiming to deliver impact at scale, the program focuses in particular on technological innovations and systemic solutions targeting underserved populations, including children, adolescents, and women. Specific criteria is listed below:
- Open to for-profit and non-profit startups.
- Startups may be focused in any area of health and wellbeing, including but not limited to clinical care, public health, community-based health, nutrition, and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH). Startups may also focus on core operational areas, such as health-focused logistics, fintech, or edtech solutions.
- Solutions directly impacting a determinant of health must be able to clearly explain the health impacts of their business, and why creating connections in the health space would be strategic for their growth.
- Solutions may be focused on both the public or private sectors and may have a business-to-business (B2B) or business-to-consumer (B2C) approach.
Immersion week at Impact Hub Basel
promising startups focusing on health and wellbeing from Impact Hub Medellín, Impact Hub Accra, and Impact Hub Dakar were in Basel. They had a very intense week with speed networking, pitch exercises, a storytelling workshop with Benjamin Delahaye, developing Business Model Canvas with Aurélie Moser ???? Boosting your innovations, a Hackathon at Geneva Hub for Global Digital Health (GDHUB) a trip to the mountains and much more.