After the first two weeks, now i start to enter in the company goals!
These weeks were very busy!
I attended two events in the city, one at ARCH, our potential partner in some projects, about “Monitoring patients undergoing chemotherapy using mobile phone” and I attended a NEW FRONTIERS MASTERCLASS EVENT about “The ins of outs of Early Stage Investment Deals”. NEW FRONTIERS PROGRAMME, funded by Enterprise Ireland, is a platform for accelerating the development of start-ups.
Both the events gave some good advice about potential partners relationship and about the knowledge to drive our start-ups towards success. Very interesting and helpful for a new entrepreneur like me!
We coordinate our activities because with Assist Garments we want to apply in some competitions with SBRI Healthcare. Small Business Research Initiative for Healthcare (SBRI Healthcare) is an NHS England initiative, championed by the Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs), who aim to promote UK economic growth whilst addressing unmet health needs and enhancing the take up of known best practice.
Our projects will involve many partners and different European countries!
The last week I met the partners of Simon’s company and its advisory team for our applications: Gabrielle (accademic), Jennifer ( Medical), Eddie (innovation), John (strategy manager) and Donald (Finantial advisor). John is a business coach and he increased my knowledge about business, the company and the importance to have a strategy’s company and the key point to build a winner strategy. Eddie gave me some market lessons about market attractiveness of the products and its key points.
All is cool and exciting…lots of great information in so little time!
I met Lorraine too in Dublin Chamber to speak about my erasmus experience.
It’s been a period packed with information but step by step my skills are growing!