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B2Hc - Business to Healthcare

Connecting your business to the NHS and wider health and care sector. 

What it is?

Many companies would like to speak to healthcare professionals about developing a new product or service or testing and trailing existing ones.  Or even further down the line, selling their service to the NHS and other healthcare organisations.

But how do you go about finding the right person, department or organisation to speak to? Business to Healthcare can help you!

Contact us today to find out more about the support available, including:

  • Showcasing your company and product to the right people in the health and care sector
  • Getting introduced to healthcare networks to gain initial ‘customer feedback’ 
  • Finding out about potential funding streams and opportunities to accelerate growth.

 

 

Get in touch

Contact a member of the team to find out more and access an application form.

Apply today

It isn’t an exaggeration to say the collaborative support we’ve had has been outstanding. Coupled with the willingness of NHS Highland to embrace innovation, has been fundamentally important to our success
Hagen Wenzek, CorporateHealth International

Companies already benefitting from Business to Healthcare

CorporateHealth International have already accessed support from our programme. In 2017 the Danish company established a new diagnostics centre at Inverness Campus through their subsidiary CorporateHealth International UK Ltd (CHI UK).

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Corporatehealth
The networking opportunities build on each other and keep me motivated and refreshed enough to keep going. I have an action plan up on my wall! It has clear steps for me to follow.
Ilona Munro, Director, Bright Productions

ABOUT BUSINESS TO HEALTHCARE AND THE NORTHERN INNOVATION HUB

Business to Healthcare is a support programme delivered through the Northern Innovation Hub, designed to build on and accelerate business innovation.

It is funded through the Inverness and Highland City-Region Deal - a joint initiative supported by £315m investment from the UK and Scottish governments, The Highland Council, HIE and University of the Highlands and Islands. This programme also receives financial support from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the Innovation strategic intervention.