Swelife offers co-financing for innovation projects that will
have high innovation potential
be conducted in collaboration between life science actors from at least three different sectors.
As of December 2018, Swelife and Medtech4Health carried out a major initiative in the form of the joint call Collaborative projects for better health. The purpose is that a recurring large announcement should make it easier and clearer what you can apply for money for. You can read more about how the applications are handled further down.
In order for broad announcements to have the desired effect, especially when the grant size is as high as SEK 3 million, a process is required that clearly ensures progress in the project. Follow-up and evaluation of the projects are therefore done by both Vinnova and Swelife.
The activities carried out within the framework of the project must drive and develop the project forward, but also allow so-called pivoting if necessary. To pivot is to redo and change your business model based on changed conditions and is common for startup companies. By testing and failing, you are forced to spin another lap to generate a new, better business model.