Swelife Injection aims to contribute to a strengthened and sustainable national collaboration platform for the innovation system in Life Science.
The goal is to test a new model to strengthen our projects, which are based on national mobilised efforts from Life Science stakeholders in incubators, science parks and innovation offices. Together, they offer networks and skills enhancement through coaching efforts to the projects that have received funding through Swelife’s open calls for proposals in 2019 and 2020.
Better equipped projects contribute to the sustainability of the projects and thus also the opportunity for healthcare to gain access to the innovations.
The project includes the following efforts:
Business development support during the course of the project for increased ability to advance (financing) after the Swelife project has been completed.
Expanded collaboration between innovation support actors in a co-coaching system.
Through this channel, introduce and clarify the concept of patient participation.
This project is based entirely on national collaboration between various innovation support actors who are selected due to their specific expertise within the field of Life Science and that they complement each other in terms of knowledge. Co-coaching in this way is new to the system and creates value for both the projects that are coached and for the innovation support in itself.