E-health startups in competition

Prince Albert with Pepper the Robot. Photo: Twitter Veronique Thouvenot‏
Prince Albert with Pepper the Robot. Photo: Twitter Veronique Thouvenot‏

For the second consecutive year, a “connections night” at the Monte-Carlo Country Club on Thursday, June 1, was dedicated to healthcare start-ups during the e-HealthWorld Monaco congress.

This competition for evaluating start-ups enabled e-HealthWorld to bring together in Monaco major players in the digital ecosystem with companies in the making and those whose reputation is already established. In addition, besides offering recognition of their relevance and international visibility, the concourse helps to support start-ups in their development.

Ten startups selected by an independent jury of e-health professionals pitched 3-minute presentations of their projects, the order of which was determined randomly by the Pepper robot. A total of 131 participants voted.

Pepper the Robot. Photo: Twitter: Sophie Gillardeau‏
Pepper the Robot. Photo: Twitter: Sophie Gillardeau‏

The eHM2017 trophy was awarded to Dr Thierry Desjardins and Nicolas Veau for their innovation in the surgical field: Tamanoir by Surgisafe.

Anthony Morel’s “Coup de Coeur” Award was presented to Maryne Cotty-Eslous for the Lucine application.

The 27 Delvalle Award rewarded Natacha Vanryb and Nathan Toledano for the startup KineQuantum, and the Prix dmd Santé was awarded to Laurent Zukervar for Mental Apps and to Frédéric Dayan for ExactCure

And finally, the Interprosanté-Businews Prize was awarded to Betty Santelli for Exolis.

 

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