Up to five startups can receive support and develop healthtech solutions to COVID-19.
Lebanese business innovation and incubation center, Berytech, is offering $10,000 to Lebanese startups that can help fight the coronavirus, supporting up to five projects both financially and through the use of its own digital fabrication lab to help develop prototypes.
The offer is extended to anyone with a feasible healthtech solution that can help address emergency medical needs in Lebanon, including test kits, respiratory devices and mobile applications for detection, tracing and information sharing.
Berytech is using its “extensive experience in mobilizing the right talent by offering the right ecosystem for innovative entrepreneurs to create and develop their own startups and SMEs,” describes Wael Khalil, Berytech Fab Lab coordinator and lead on Berytech’s HealthTech Solutions Initiative, “to support many [in the Arab region] that are already teaming up; sharing valuable information, designing, prototyping, and testing equipment, machinery, and applications that could assist in combating COVID-19.”
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