Brinc, a global venture accelerator, and BHV (Barcelona Health Ventures) Partners, venture builders of #healthtech start-ups, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for collaborating in fostering the industrialization step in the start-ups of the health sector.
Heriberto Saldívar, Managing Director of Brinc Accelerator, says: “The combination of the impulse provided by Brinc and BHV Partners offers health projects a unique and broad international perspective on industrialization and manufacturing activities and the implication of specialized mentors and advisors”.
Marta Príncep, director of BHV Partners says “In Catalonia and Spain we have an enviable level of scientific development, with the collaboration with Brinc it will be easier to cover the gap from prototype to industrialization of health products & technologies and access the international markets with applications that may improve the quality of life of millions of people in the world.”
Brinc is a venture accelerator, manufacturing studio and distribution company that supports physical entrepreneurship. Brinc offers comprehensive programs tailored for IoT, connected hardware, drones, robotics, energy and food tech startups looking for speed, access and the know-how to build successful companies. Brinc has a presence in Spain, China, Bahrain, India, Poland, Israel and United Arab Emirates.
BHV Partners, with headquarters in Barcelona and San Francisco -two worldwide recognized hubs in the biomedical industry- identifies top notch health projects, co-creating start-ups, accompanying and accelerating them from the incorporation to the exit, generating their strategy, business development and internationalization. BHV Partners’ scope includes digital health, medical technologies, diagnostic and biotech.
The agreement between BRINC and BHV Partners promotes access to industrial know-how in the field of health, and the combination of the expertise of both entities provide health start-ups have with the best opportunities to succeed.