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European Healthtech Investment Forum 2020

The fourth edition of the European Healthtech Investment Forum 2020 will take place on 10-11 March 2020 in Helsinki, bringing together leading investors from Europe and some of the most promising Healthtech entrepreneurs of Europe and Finland. The event will concentrate on the following subsectors:


  • Digital Health
  • Medical Devices & Diagnostics
  • Personalized Health


40 of the best European early stage Healthtech companies will be selected to present at the event by the investors from our selection committee. The applying companies will be assessed on the basis of their business potential, product and technology merit, competitive position, investment or partnering interest, team experience and project quality. The event will once again allow entrepreneurs to meet and present themselves to active international investors and corporations seeking investment and partnerships.


2020 European Healthtech Investment Forum Digital Booklet


Highlights from 2019`s Edition

The second edition of the Forum (see last year`s website) gathered an impressive group of Healthtech stakeholders for two days of fruitful activities. Some of the highlights are:

  • 160+ Attendees (look at their profiles here)
  • 40 pre-selected Presenting companies
  • 60+ Investors
  • 210+ pre-arranged One2One meetings
  • 135+ start-up applications



Finland as Global Leader in Innovation



After the third successful edition, the European Healthtech Investment Forum will once again take place in Finland, which is becoming a leading digital health hub with start-ups in the sector, growing at a huge speed. The country has invested in health for decades, supporting companies via various funding programs.


A record-high figure of 479 million euros was invested into startups and early stage growth companies in Finland in 2018. Of the total sum, foreign investments accounted for 291 million euros. In total, more than 580 startups received investments.

(according to the Finnish Business Angels Network (FiBAN) and Finnish Venture Capital Association (FVCA), Source here)


Those facts strengthen Finland`s position as an internationally renowned forerunner in health sector research, innovation, investment and new business activities. The European Healthtech Investment Forum with its two-day intensive programme will be the perfect opportunity for participants to deep dive into the dynamic Finnish investment environment.


The European Healthtech Investment Forum is organized in collaboration with: