ScanBalt Chairman Jaanus Pikani met with leading stakeholders in India health innovation
On the picture: Jaanus Pikani, Tartu Biotechnology Park and ScanBalt; V K Singh, Ankit Behl and Sachin Gaur, all InnovatioCuris
The visit to India was part of the CBHealthAccess Project which facilitates access to distant markets in health and wellness.
A key point of the discussion was collaboration with the InnoHealth 2017 conference in India which may provide a platform for strengthened collaboration and an opportunity for European companies.
For information on the 2016 InnoHealth conference which took place in February in Delhi, see here.
Another issue discussed was the CreAger concept for elderly entrepreneurs. It was agreed that the concept is very promising and discussions are continued at a round table discussion 18. October in Turku, see here.
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