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Sara Hubar-Fischer
Sarah Hubar-Fisher is a global public health strategic finance lead at Johnson & Johnson. She leads structural finance solutions for external private capital engagement to drive public health and sustainability objectives and outcomes. She has 20 years of experience in innovation, strategy and commercial operations in lifesciences, healthtech & medtech. Sarah was Corporate Entrepreneur of the Year in 2010, a Global Corporate Venturing Rising Star in 2015 and was recently selected among the InspiringFifty TopFifty Deep Tech in 2021. Sarah is board member, angel investor and venture partner. She was the Healthcare Subgroup Lead of the Tech Tour Investors Club for over five years.


Rick Salmon
Rick Salmon is an entrepreneur, executive coach and public speaker. In 2009, he was recognized as one of the winners of the renowned EEVC European Venture Contest due to his significant expertise as a serial entrepreneur. He co-founded three successful technology companies over the course of his career: BlueSky Software, which was subsequently renamed eHelp and acquired by Adobe, Scala Inc., the current global leader in digital signage, and RPR Technologies. In 2016, he incorporated The Technologies of Influence AS, Oslo, a startup that utilises artificial intelligence and scientific measurement of human behaviour traits as tools for coaching entrepreneurs and executives, enabling them to have a greater impact and influence while presenting and pitching.