The Dutch cabinet invests €12 mln for start-ups working at innovative healthcare technology. This has been announced by the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport and the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy this Monday.They will invest in the so-called Seed Capital-regulation. This regulation will be financially supported by the government and private investors and helps creative and technologic start-ups with their venture capital.
The Dutch cabinet is focusing on e-health, which contains healthcare apps, self-driving wheelchairs and care-robots. Till 2021 the cabinet will dispose €40 mln for innovative start-ups in e-health in total. Read more
Source: Het Financieele Dagblad