An Immersive Health Tech Experience
22 November, 2022
Altes Kraftwerk Basel, Switzerland and online
Discover the global health tech ecosystem in a curated day of live pitches, prototypes presentations and unparalleled networking opportunities with founders, investors and industry leaders.
Powered by the DayOne Accelerator, DEMO DAY 2022 will showcase four live pitching tracks including feedback from experts and investors, focused on digital therapeutics, medtech, value-based healthcare and digital health, as well as several exclusive high-level discussions.
Join us at DEMO DAY 2022 to form alliances which will shape the future of health!
DEMO DAY Agenda
|08.15 - 09.00||DEMO DAY Registrations|
|09.00 - 09.15||Welcome by Anca del Rio, Health Tech Community Lead at DayOne by Basel Area Business and Innovation|
|09.15 - 10.00||Fireside Chat with Werner Boeing and Oliver Matthes: The Importance of Talent in Tech-Enabled Health Transformations – powered by Hays|
|10.00 - 11.15||The Pitch Health 4.0: Tech Transforms Pharma – The Future of Pain|
|11.15 - 11.45||Coffee break|
|11.45 - 13.00||The Pitch Medtech: Devices that Change the World|
|13.00 - 14.30||Lunch Break and Networking|
|14.30 - 15.15||The Pitch VBHC: Patient Outcomes Improvement at Scale|
|15.15 - 15.45||Roundtable Discussion: How Startups are Remodeling the Healthcare Provision Framework and Deliver Real Value for Patients – powered by Stiftung Finanzplatz Basel|
|15.45 - 16.15||Coffee break|
|16.15 - 17.15||The pitch Digital Health Nation Innovation Booster: The Swiss Digital Health Showcase – powered by Innosuisse|
|17.15 - 17.45||Keynote: Health Tech’s Quantum Future by Alexandra Beckstein, DataLab and Startup Ecosystem Lead at uptownBasel|
|17.45 - 18.00||Closing Remarks by Lucas Scherdel, Director at DayOne by Basel Area Business and Innovation|
|18.00 - 20.00||Networking Apéro|
Participate in the largest Swiss event of its kind, where the innovators and entrepreneurs lead the way in the digital transformation of the health industries!
The registration is free, however, the seats on site are limited.