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Our Previous Partners


Simon-Kucher is a global consultancy with a clear focus on top-line growth. Working within the Healthcare & Life Sciences Industries as well as many others, they have over 35 years of experience with monetization topics of all kinds – from pricing strategies, customer segmentation, user experience, offer design, and packaging, to negotiation techniques, and sales excellence. 

Novo Nordisk A/S is a Danish multinational pharmaceutical company founded in 1923. Their purpose is to drive change to defeat diabetes and other serious chronic diseases such as obesity, and rare blood and rare endocrine diseases. Novo Nordisk is also involved with hemostasis management, growth hormone therapy and hormone replacement therapy.


For almost 80 years, the VELUX Group has created better indoor environments by bringing daylight and fresh air into homes and other buildings all over the world.  The VELUX Group  was founded in Denmark and is now present in 40 countries. Daylight is important for human health - VELUX has worked with Hospitals, Healthcare Facilities and Retirement Communities to design better spaces for patients.

British multinational consumer goods company headquartered in England. The group aims to make access to the highest quality hygiene, wellness and nourishment a right and not a privilege. Their brands work on the frontline to ensure the latest health and hygiene information is as widely available as possible, and that their products can be found online and in store 24/7, from the biggest city, to the smallest village. Brands include Dettol, Strepsils and Durex.


Patient Innovation is an online platform where patients and caregivers around the world connect to share and create solutions they developed themselves or had the help from collaborators to cope with a health-related problem. With over 1050 solutions online from over 80 countries around the world, the network is committed to improving patient lives. Academic partners include Copenhagen Business School and NOVA Medical School.

The ARC Center for Digital Innovation at Sheba Medical Center in Israel brings together digital medicine players – physicians, researchers, startups, industry leaders, academia, investors, and top-tier medical centers for the goal of redesigning healthcare. The driving mission behind ARC Center is to improve patient care, using innovation to provide real value to patients. In addition to incubating outside startups, ARC releases internally developed technology.


Djøf is a professional organization for social science and business academics or students. They represent over 103,000 members working at all levels of the private and public sectors in Denmark and abroad. They work as catalysts of student and industry professional collaborations to promote seminars, events and networking opportunities in various fields.

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