Sothema and Mohammed VI Polytechnic University are calling for applications from startups across a range of sectors and offering in depth support.
Moroccan pharmaceutical company Sothema and Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P) are inviting healthcare startups to apply for the Africa MedTech Challenge, run in collaboration with ENRICH in Africa, in an attempt to bring change through innovation to healthcare in Europe and Africa.
Sothema and UM6P’s call
Sothema and UM6P are seeking startups and entrepreneurs that are using technology to develop innovative treatments. “Sothema is calling for innovative companies and entrepreneurs to leverage technology to develop the most innovative treatments and bring healthcare to the next level. No matter if you’re working with big data, AI, API or robotics, we want to hear about your solutions to become the next revolution for researchers, doctors and patients,” read a statement.
Prizes include customized support delivered by Sothema’s subject matter experts according to a project’s needs, access to the company’s technical resources, a “spotlight” in Sothema’s and ENRICH in Africa’s communication channels, invitations to the final event in Cape Town, and a license for the Accelerator Squared online platform.
Applications are open here until May 7.
UM6P has incubated over 500 startups in the past three years.