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Cambridge Consultants to collaborate with Medtech Innovator Asia Pacific

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Cambridge Consultants (CC) is set to collaborate with MedTech Innovator Asia Pacific, a leading non-profit accelerator of medical devices that connects the healthcare industry with innovative early and mid-stage medtech companies.

Cambridge Consultants will collaborate with Medtech Innovator Asia Pacific
Cambridge Consultants will collaborate with Medtech Innovator Asia Pacific

During 2021, MedTech Innovator will select 20 start-ups for participation in its annual Asia Pacific programme and will award up to US$300,000 in cash prizes and awards. CC will work directly with selected emerging companies and provide financial support to MedTech Innovator.

Under the programme, selected start-ups receive one-on-one mentorship and coaching from industry leaders to help drive commercialisation of leading-edge medical technologies throughout Asia Pacific.

Yan Lin Lye, head of Asia Pacific Medtech at Cambridge Consultants, said: “This is an exciting opportunity to put something back into the industry and help to shape the future. It certainly demonstrates our commitment to medical technology innovation in the region. The team here is ready to put its years of expertise and insight to good use, helping ambitious young companies improve the standard of care in the Asia Pacific region. We look forward to discovering how participants in the program are working to improve and prolong patient lives through innovation.”

Paul Grand, founder and CEO of MedTech Innovator, added: “We are proud of our track record of finding the industry’s most promising medical technologies and digital health companies. Our partners and sponsors play an invaluable part in advancing innovation with their expertise and industry knowledge. We are pleased to welcome Cambridge Consultants as our newest collaborator for the Asia Pacific program and look forward to working together to advance technologies poised to address critical health issues in the region and achieve better patient outcomes.”

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