Conference Article 2.001The focus on shaping an excellent consumer product is a key success factor for every digital health startup in b2c. However, meeting the right investor and b2b coop partner is also a very crucial moment that decides the future path of a company.

As you all might experienced before, conferences and events can be huge time killers. Therefore I prepared a list of 20 European conferences for digital health entrepreneurs, that I have attended over the past 3 years to generate deal flow for our VC fund. 

Conference Article 2.001

Please feel free to comment if I missed some major conferences in Europe that digital health entrepreneurs must attend. – MSK

 

February:

Mobile World Congress/4YFN, Barcelona

March:

START Summit, St. Gallen

April:

Startup Camp, Berlin

conhIT, Berlin

European Digital Health Day, Berlin

WIRED Health, London

May:

Health 2.0 Europe, Barcelona

Pioneers Festival, Vienna

Charité Entrepreneurship Summit, Berlin

 Upgraded Life Festival, Helsinki

June:

Nordic Health Investment Days, Helsinki

Arctic15, Helsinki

HEUREKA, Berlin

eHealth360, Budapest

FT Digital Health Summit Europe, London

DLD Conference, Munich

Healthtech Summit, Lausanne

September:

Digital Health Days, Stockholm

October:

South Summit, Madrid

November:

Web Summit Healthtech, Lisbon:

Frontiers Health, Berlin

hub conference, Berlin

SLUSH, Helsinki

Min-Sung Sean Kim
Get in touch

Min-Sung Sean Kim

Min-Sung Sean Kim is Partner at XLHEALTH, a Berlin-based venture capital fund specializing in Digital Health Series A investments. He believes that healthcare startups with innovative solutions have the potential to create impactful social change. In leading the analyst team at XLHEALTH, Min-Sung has seen more than 2300 digital health startups in Europe and invested in companies including mySugr, Meedoc, NeuroNation and Harimata. Additionally, he offers insights, research and observations on the European digital health startup ecosystem at www.DigitalHealthVC.com
Min-Sung Sean Kim
Get in touch
facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail