European health and life science researchers can benefit from Health-2-Market high-level trainings in order to boost the business exploitation of their research results


Inno is leading a 2M€ European project, Health2Market (H2M), funded by the European Commission under FP7. The Health-2-Market project aims at developing health/life science researchers’ entrepreneurial skills and knowledge to support the business exploitation of their research results. The project team, among which the high-level business schools SKEMA, University of Gothenburg and IE University, has developed a training programme on IPR management, entrepreneurship, start-up creation and related topics.

Several trainings will take place during the upcoming months and are open to registration!




Registration open until

Academy on Intellectual Property, Ethics & the Utilization of Academic Research in health/life sciences

10-14 March 2014

at University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden


Seminar on Marketing of Innovation & Effectual Entrepreneurship in Health Sciences

10-11 April 2014

at SKEMA Business School, Sophia- Antipolis, France

21 March 2014

Seminar on Marketing of Innovative Products in Health/ Life Sciences

11 April 2014

at GeNeDis 2014 Conference, Corfu, Greece

21 March 2014

Seminar on Marketing of Innovative Products in Health/Life Sciences

15-16 May 2014

at Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals, Berlin, Germany


Academy on New Venture Creation and Marketing in health/life sciences

19-23 May 2014

IE University, Madrid, Spain

18 April 2014

Academy on Entrepreneurship and Business Planning in health/life sciences

29 Sept – 3 October 2014

SKEMA Business School, Sophia-Antipolis, France

will open in summer 2014


What else does Health-2-Market offer:

Complementary to training events, free e-learning courses are available on focusing on three aspects: Entrepreneurship and Business Planning, Business Ventures and Marketing and Intellectual Property Ethics. The courses are designed to be easily understood by anyone including videos, presentations and case studies.

Hands-on support and personalized consulting services will also be offered free of charge by Innovation Coaches to a limited number of promising researchers’ cases to facilitate their commercial exploitation. The prerequisite for receiving advanced support is participation in one of the seven training academies.

For more information:

Contact person: Svetlana Klessova, scientific project coordinator

Published on
March 10, 2014