IIM-Bangalore launches healthcare incubation programme, applications open

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The Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bangalore has invited applications for early-stage start-ups or ventures which “have the potential to increase access and affordability of healthcare in India”. The utility course of has begun and can conclude on February 15.

Start-ups can be shortlisted primarily based on the viability of the concept and the proposed answer to the issue to be solved. The programme goals to help healthcare innovators and entrepreneurs by way of their ‘lab to market’ journey, claims the IIM-B. The programme is being supplied by NSRCEL – the start-up hub at IIM Bangalore.

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Early-stage ventures can be shortlisted for a three-month pre-incubation part of the programme, the place they are going to be guided by mentors by way of want evaluation, one-on-one interactions, and workshops. The entrepreneurs will get the chance to community with greater than 800 NSRCEL ventures and join with the associate networks – Bangalore BioInnovation Center, IIITB Innovation Center SocialAlpha, HCG Academics and others, knowledgeable IIM-B.

Post pre-incubation, the ventures can be given a chance to pitch to NSRCEL for a 12-month incubation programme. The incubation part will deal with entrepreneurs having access to workshops on constructing their worth proposition, influence measurement, management capability constructing, authorized and compliance help, a strategic street map for scaling amongst others together with funding.

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The members of the NSRCEL healthcare programme will obtain continued help after programme completion by way of webinars, masterclasses, visitor lectures, and workshops, the IIM mentioned in an official assertion.

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