In 2019 we will facilitate various sectoral groups focusing on business in Africa. We will have 4-5 meetings a year. The groups will act as clusters and therefore we would like to invite your company to join our AFRICA INNOVATION NETWORK Healthcare Business Cluster, starting February 21th, 2019 in Copenhagen.
How to penetrate the African Healthcare market
Our focus will be on how to penetrate the African Healthcare market and how to get access to the right people, partners and authorities in Africa. The voice of the members is very important and subsequent to the launch of our Healthcare Business Cluster you as member will have a strong voice in developing the Healthcare Business Cluster.
Visit to specific African markets
Within 2019 it is our goal to visit some of the upcoming and interesting Healthcare markets in Africa.
Annual Healthcare Business Cluster fee / Venue
Members of AFRICA INNOVATION NETWORK: Free of charge
Non-members: DKK 4.500,00 EX. VAT (each company)
Place / Venue: Missionpharma A/S, Vassingeroed 9, DK- 3540 Lynge (www.missionpharma.com)
DATE: February 21st, 2019 at 1.00 pm – 3.30 pm
Video: WHO – Promoting African Solutions for Africa’s Health, 2018
The World Health Organization (WHO) in the African Region has launched the WHO Africa Innovation Challenge. This Challenge is calling innovators, researchers and community-based initiatives including, youths and women that are working on novel solutions to improve health outcomes and apply new and fresh thinking to address unmet health needs for Africa.
This Challenge will prioritise innovative and scalable healthcare solutions for selection in the categories of Product Innovation, Service Innovation and Social Innovation and will also provide continued support to healthcare innovators through a digital platform in the longer term.
“In sub-Saharan Africa, infectious diseases such as malaria and HIV/AIDS cause 69% of deaths. Though we can deliver short-term aid and try to develop innovative vaccines or treatments for these diseases, the real issue is the danger of a weak healthcare system. To address this, we must focus on building better healthcare infrastructure in Africa”
World Economic Forum