Our partners are organisations who share the same goal with us, to advance healthcare through technology.

Grants4Apps & Bayer
Grants4Apps offers grant money and accelerator program for funding digital health startups and innovative healthcare projects. The Accelerator offers mentoring by entrepreneurs and Bayer experts, office space for 100 days, and funding of 50,000€ in several locations in the world.Their Dealmaker Program is currently looking for mature startups and companies, working to help healthcare providers or patients, creating products preventing or diagnosing diseases or improving pharmaceutical processes.

Aviva Ventures
Aviva Ventures is the corporate venture capital fund. We are planning to deploy £100m by 2020 making investments of £1m-£5m for up to 20% equity. Typically this is a Seed Plus or Series A round. We’re a strategic corporate venture fund. This means we want to develop a strategic relationship with those we invest in.As a global financial company we can support investments with expertise, global reach and scale. The businesses we want to work with bring new and disruptive ideas and technologies, talent and speed – helping us to think differently and move at pace.

Balderton Capital
Balderton is the largest Europe focused venture fund, with funds totalling $2.3BN. We invest between $1M to $20M into companies with the potential to disrupt huge industries, and the ambition to scale globally. Balderton believes
the next European giant will be a technology company.

Merck 
MSD is a global healthcare company and Wayra UK, Telefonica Open Future’s digital start up accelerator, launched Velocity Health in 2015 to challenge the digital start-up community to create solutions that reimagine how healthcare can be delivered in the UK to help improve patient outcomes. After a hugely successful first year focusing on prevention, MSD and Wayra UK will continue their commitment to Velocity Health and will focus again on the Five Year Forward View for 2017.

The Institute of Engineering and Technology
The IET is one of the largest multidisciplinary membership organisations with over 167,000 members operating in over 127 countries in the world that encompasses all the disciplines in engineering and technology. For this reason, the healthcare sector is one of the areas that they have endeavoured to diversify, to be able to make a significant impact in the development of the world. Their passion is engineering a better world through collaborative means supporting technology innovation to meet the needs of society.

The Royal Society of Medicine
The Royal Society of Medicine is one of the country’s major providers of postgraduate medical education. Independent and apolitical, the Society promotes an exchange of information and ideas on the science, practice and organisation of medicine.