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DIT | Healthtech Webinar

    Venue: Online
    Cost: This is a free event.

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Starts 22 Mar 09:00

Ends 22 Mar 11:00

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The UK’s Department for International Trade webinar focused on the UK Health Tech market.

The UK’s Department for International Trade would like to invite Nordic and Baltic based companies and investors to a webinar focused on the UK Health Tech market. We will present and discuss opportunities for international companies offering products and services in; self-care and wellness, remote and virtual care, and digital therapeutics.

You will learn about:

The UK offer to international companies, insights into the key priorities set by the UK government, ecosystems and partners available to international companies.
Area specific opportunities in; Birmingham, Cornwall, Leeds, and Liverpool.
Do’s and don’ts, and routes into to the UK market.

Finally, we Invite participants to roundtable discussions with our sector specialists and local partners on three different topics;

1) self-care and wellness

2) remote monitoring/ tele medicine

3) digital therapeutics (DTx). In the breakout rooms, companies will be able to interact with experts and get advice specific to their product offerings.


Key Agenda Highlight

Professor Joe Spencer, University of Liverpool
Professor Joe Spencer is in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics at the University of Liverpool. He is currently a Professor of Electrical Engineering, Director for the Centre of Intelligent Monitoring Systems, the University’s Academic lead Sensor City Liverpool Ltd.

He is a Chartered Engineer and a Fellow of the Institution for Engineering and Technology. His research is in electrical power equipment and intelligent monitoring systems. As well as publishing quality academic papers, he has successfully transfer outputs from his research to the industrial sector. He leads the Liverpool 5G Create for Health and Social in the UK.

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