The DEMAND Hub (Data-Enabled Medical technologies ANd Devices Hub) is delighted to bring you this SME engagement event that will provide support to small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) to access the right expertise that will enable them to successfully collaborate and move novel ideas from products and services through to apps and data technologies.
The event will provide delegates with an opportunity to engage with experts working within the field of medical innovation translation and will focus on how collaboration is key for the success of these innovations from the laboratory through to the clinic and towards commercial exploitation.
The event will also offer a unique pitching opportunity for SMEs to receive 1-to-1 coaching from experts working within the field of commercialisation and technology translation.
Some of our already confirmed speakers are:
- Professor Liam Grover | Director of the Healthcare Technologies Institute and Professor of Biomaterials Science at the University of Birmingham
- Professor Anthony Metcalfe | Professor of Wound Healing at the University of Birmingham
- Coventry & Warwickshire LEP
- Melissa Snover | Found and CEO of Nourished
- Black Country LEP
- Maxine Laceby | Founder and CEO of Absolute Collagen
- Dr Sophie Dale-Black | Director of the UK Network – Midlands and North of England, British Business Bank
- Greater Birmingham & Solihull LEP
- Dr Rita Hendricusdottir | CEO of RegMetric
- Anastassia Bolotkova | BD Lead for Life Sciences at Bruntwood SciTech
- Kyle Semple | New Partnerships Manager at The School of Code
- Coventry University Enterprises
- Lucy Gilbert | Innovation Lead at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire (UHCW) NHS Trust
- Gino Martini | Managing Director of the Precision Health Technologies Accelerator
- Professor Tom Clutton-Brock | Professor of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine at the University of Birmingham, Director of MD-TEC and Associate Medical Director at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (UHB)
DEMAND Hub (Data-Enabled Medical technologies ANd Devices Hub) is an ERDF-supported programme for the Black Country, Greater Birmingham and Solihull, Coventry & Warwickshire, and Stoke-On-Trent & Staffordshire LEP regions.