IIDF and German chemical-pharmaceutical company Bayer invite startups from Russia and the CIS to take part in a pitch session Life Science Pitch Day… It aims to find solutions in the field of digital medicine and agriculture. The winners will enter the G4A Moscow accelerator out of competition and will be able to launch a pilot with Bayer. Rusbase was informed about this by the IIDF press service.
IIDF and Bayer open recruitment of digital medicine startups to attend pitch session
The main focus of Bayer’s search is IT solutions for oncology, ophthalmology, women’s health, cardiology, radiology, as well as projects in the field of digital crop production. Startups in question must be at the MVP stage and above.
At the same time, other solutions in the field of digital medicine can take part in the selection. It is noted that it is important for the organizers of the session that the proposed solutions make an additional contribution to the development of the company’s portfolio.
Startups from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan are invited to participate.
The pitch session will take place online on 11 February. Applications will be accepted until January 24, 2021.
To participate in the selection, you must fill in form on the event website. If the selection is successful, experts from IIDF and Bayer will help startups prepare for the pitch session. Winners will be able to launch a pilot with the company and gain access to Bayer’s partners and customers.
“A quarter of G4A alumni continue to work with Bayer beyond the acceleration program. Every year there are more and more requests for the implementation of innovative solutions in the company, ”says Anastasia Ashirova, head of G4A Moscow.
G4A Moscow is being implemented in Russia with the support of IIDF for the sixth time. According to the IIDF representative, the solutions of startups that passed the accelerator earlier have already been implemented and applied by Bayer. Among them – a multifunctional medical platform based on AI “Biogenom”, service for agroscouting AgroMon, as well as support systems for making medical decisions Botkin AI.
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