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KvK and Health Valley are looking for innovation issues at care organizations and companies!

Chamber of Commerce Business Challenge

The first Chamber of Commerce Business Challenge was organized a few years ago. It is a collaboration between Dutch and foreign companies from various sectors. Thanks to past editions, more than 1000 large and small entrepreneurs are connected. Companies such as Philips, Boston Scientific and Zuyderland Hospital / Regitel, among others, have raised issues before, with successful results as a result. The kick-off of a health edition in which KVK and Health Valley work together will take place on 26 October: the KVK Business Challenge Health Valley.

Who are we looking for

We are looking for healthcare institutions and companies with a problem that want to work together with other entrepreneurs on concrete challenges this autumn. With this we want to make the health and care of tomorrow possible today! Participate in the KVK Business Challenge Health Valley!

The timeline looks like this:

 

  • September 18: Register at the latest> https://www.kvk.nl/tools-en-platformen/kvk-business-challenge/
    October 26, 2020: Start of the KVK Business Challenge Health Valley, opening online platform and the start of chat phase
    November 27, 2020: Closure of online platform
    27 – 4 December 2020: Selection of parties with the best ideas/solutions
    December 9, 2020: Meetings between “challenge” owners and selected parties with the best ideas/solutions


Learn more or register

You can register until September 18, 2020 at the latest.
Send an email to m.kalf@healthvalley.nl or call: 06 22 38 93 23, or contact sander.kemner@kvk.nl: 06 46 63 70 06 or juri.heise@kvk.nl: 06 55 15 15 71.

See also the flyer: KVK-Business-Challenge-Health-Valley-flyer.pdf

 

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