The six-month program seeks to reach the first milestone of entering the German market by early 2023. In addition to full business development support, applicants will also have the opportunity to exhibit at MEDICA, the world’s largest healthcare exhibition in Düsseldorf.
“Germany is one of the most important markets for digital health innovation, but it is notoriously difficult to enter due to the complex bureaucracy and legal system,” Zoltán Galla, CEO of Startup Campus Germany, said.
Startup Campus Germany GmbH has been supporting small and medium-sized enterprises for years. So far, it has helped more than 50 companies from eight European countries to start operations in Germany. With its proven track record, it is the right partner for companies thinking about launching their expansion abroad.
The autumn semester of the program in Germany starts on August 1. For more information and to apply, click here.