source site Speaker.001The 2 major things the healthcare industry can learn from digital health start-ups are: http://docimages.fi/?dereter=wieviel-kann-ich-nach-der-ersten-einzahlung-bei-24option-einzahlen&b14=8c Transparency & speed. So therefore to provide some more transparency about the digital health start-up scene in Berlin, I feel very honored and excited to curate ‪‎this year’s Berlin‬’s ‪digital health‬ ‪focus camp‬ with Startup Camp Berlin. trading on line siti italiani The goal of this focus camp is to make the key players visible and offer exclusive insights, learnings and networking opportunities within the Berlin digital health ecosystem. I feel very honored that 16 awesome speakers agreed to be on board and again thank you very much for helping the Berlin digital health scene to develop further.

get link Looking forward to see you tomorrow! – MSK

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– Juergen Graalmann (Former CEO of AOK, German largest insurance company)
– Aki Koivistoinen (MD StartupHealth in Europe)
– Michael Gamber (MD Merck Group Accelerator)
– Jesus Del Valle (Head of Bayer Grants4Apps)
– Klaus Stöckemann (MD at Peppermint Venture Partners)
– Juliane Zielonka (MD at Startup Bootcamp)
– Harm van Maanen (Former Executive VP Springer Science)
– Jutta Klauer (Senior Manager at Pfizer)
– Tobias Meixner (Head of Helios Hub)
– Ulli Jendrik Koop (CEO of Digital Health Ventures)
– Tobias Stone (Newsquare Innovation, Eye-Focus-Accelerator)
– Stefan Peters (MD at Holtzbrinck Digital)
– Marc Olivier Lücke (Partner at Atlantic Labs)
– Tobias Neisecke (Ext. project manager for Bertelsmann Foundation)
– Pawel Cebula (COO of Medigo)
– Mikko Kiiskilä (CEO of Meedoc)
– Sebastian Sujka (CEO of xBird)
– Alexander Puschilov (CEO of Viomedo)

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Min-Sung Sean Kim

Min-Sung conducts global growth investments for Allianz X, the Venture Capital unit of Allianz Group, that reaches 75m customers in 80 countries worldwide. Prior to Allianz X he was Partner of a Berlin-based venture capital fund that specialized in Digital Health Series A investments.
He has invested in startups including American Well, Neuronation, Mimi, and most notably mySugr – which was recently acquired by Roche. Min-Sung is also a contributing writer for mediums including TechCrunch and Tech.EU and studied Business Economics at Witten/Herdecke, Harvard, St.Gallen, and in Seoul.
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