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MedTech Bootcamp

Advance your MedTech Project

Professionalize your project and team of medical scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs in the MedTech Bootcamp. You should have a keen interest in technology and be motivated to develop your business idea into a start-up.

how you will benefit:
  • Develop your business model and team.
  • Be part of the UnternehmerTUM network
  • Get individual coaching and expertise in the healthcare sector.
  • Get ready for a successful investor pitch.

Final event: Pitch in front of a jury of investors and entrepreneurs.

APPLICATION

The next MedTech Bootcamp will take place from 30 June to 03 July 2020.

 

Please apply via our Typeform.

 

From all applications we will select up to 15 founding teams. All applicants will be contacted soon after the deadline with further information.

 

Application Deadline: The application period for the 2019 batch ended on the 14th of July 2019. If you are interested to receive a reminder about the 2020 start of the application phase, please register here.

Register now!

 

"In Germany, the topic of founding is becoming increasingly important and luckily there are also more and more offers for young teams.

However, the MedTech Bootcamp is unique in its thematic orientation. It was therefore a great experience and a great opportunity for us to exchange ideas with other teams and experienced players in the field of medical technology. The planning was sophisticated and diversified every day. Simply great!"

Dr. med. Isabel Schellinger, Co-Founder and CEO of Angiolutions

Your Contact

Andreas Jesda Jügelt

Andreas jesda jügelt

Senior Program Manager pre-INCUBATION
Entrepreneurial Network

+49 89-18 94 69-1423
@ juegelt@unternehmertum.de

The most important aspects at a glance

  • target group

    Business oriented MedTech teams of two to five members

  • Format

    4-day bootcamp with industry-specific coaching

  • Duration

    30 June - 03 July 2020 in the Entrepreneurship Center Garching

  • cost

    Attendance is free of charge after successful application.

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Contents and sequence

  • During the course, you will focus on questions like
    • Who are our customers and what do they really need?
    • How do we get, keep and grow customers?
    • How do revenue model and pricing differ depending on the distribution channel?
    • Which resources do we need to build our business?
  • MedTech Bootcamp is looking for ideas in the field of
    • Big Data and clinical imaging (e.g. apps and visualization tools for diagnostics)
    • Cyber physical systems and solutions (e.g. minimal invasive surgery and surgical robots)
    • Sports and prevention (e.g. services for corporate health programmes)
    • Personalized medicine and devices (e.g. dosage services or 3D-printed prostheses)

Success stories

  • Simon Spiegel, Christian Anton, Helfried Peyrl, Alexander König of Reactive Robotics

    The start-up Reactive Robotics builds robots for very early mobilization (VEM) with its patented, modular technology. Their device will be used in gait rehabilitation of neurological patients and in orthopaedic patients after joint replacement. The method leads to shorter treatments and better chances of recovery. In the MedTech Bootcamp 2014, the team around Alexander König further developed their business model and got into contact with investors. The founders now have a strategic investor on board and can bring the prototype to market maturity.
  • Team Reactive Robotics
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  • Team IUVAS
  • Angiolutions

    "Angiolutions" (founded in 2017) is developing a novel vascular graft (A3-Shield), which for the first time allows the treatment of small abdominal aortic aneurysms (BAAs).

    A BAA is a recess of the main artery (aorta) in the abdomen of the human, which in case of a tear (rupture) is associated with a very high mortality. The newly developed A3-Shield abolishes a mechanical growth stimulus for BAAs and thus for the first time enables a low-risk growth-inhibiting treatment.

    At MedTech Bootcamp 2017, Angiolutions continued to work on its business model and finally presented in front of investors. Since then, the founding team has been pleased with a number of diverse acknowledgments and research awards, such as the Jörg Vollmar Prize of the German Society of Vascular Surgery and Vascular Medicine (DGG). In addition, the founder was included in the prestigious Forbes "30under30" list (section "Science & Healthcare").

 

  • Ebenbuild

    Ebenbuild is a TUM spin-off of the Chair of Numerical Mechanics of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. The goal of the team is to significantly improve artificial respiration of intensive care patients using personalized digital twins of the lung. The Munich-based venture won the 2018 prize in the prestigious German startup competition “Gründerwettbewerb Digitale Innovationen” and most recently took 4th place in the “Science4Life Venture Cup 2019”.
  • Team Ebenbuild
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Dr.-Ing. Kei Müller, CEO and Co-Founder of Ebenbuild:

"At the UnternehmerTUM MedTech Bootcamp 2018, we were able to substantiate our hypotheses and sharpen our business idea. We also made valuable contacts, e.g. with our EXIST coach. Our greatest success was receiving the “EXIST transfer of research” grant and bringing together the right people for the project. The next big challenges are the validation of our medical software and the financing beyond EXIST. In addition to the MedTech Bootcamp, we were at the meetups of UnternehmerTUM [x]. It was very important to exchange ideas with people who have very different ideas and face very similar problems. Constantly talking about your startup idea helps a lot!"

 

 

Collaborative partners

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