Join early-stage healthcare startups in a 12-month accelerator program, tailored to MedTech, HealthTech and BioTech innovation in Australia and Asia Pacific.
With exclusive investment and access to over 150 industry experts, the MedTech Actuator Accelerator will help to strengthen your commercialisation strategy as you advance your technology closer to the market.
Through the program, each startup will:
Develop a deep understanding of medical commercialisation
Build a network and support system of industry experts
Progress their technology
Launch their first or next capital raise
Set forth a pathway for rapid commercialisation
March 3, 11:59 pm (AEDT)
Please note: applications will be assessed on an ongoing basis and further due diligence documents may be requested
March 8 and 9
March 13 onwards
Sprint 1: May 8 - 10 (in person, Melbourne)
Sprint 2: May 29 - 31 (in person, Melbourne)
Sprint 3: July 17 - 19 (in person, Sydney)
Sprint 4: September 4 – 6 (online)
Sprint 5: October 2 – 4 (online)
Sprint 6: November 1 – 3 (in person, Melbourne)
MedTech Actuator Showcase
December 2023 - April 2024
Demo Day – February 2024
International Immersion - Late 2024
Read about alumni
Assistance and further information
There are two parts to the application process. Firstly, you’ll be required to submit basic information about your startup and the founding team.These applications are assessed on an ongoing basis.
The most promising teams will be invited to an interview with MedTech Actuator and will be requested to provide further information for due diligence.
Based on the information provided, due diligence and interview, you’ll be offered a place in the MedTech Actuator™ Accelerator.
Applications close at 11:59 pm (AEDT) on March 3, 2023
We are incredibly excited to introduce you to teams of MedTech Actuator™ Accelerator 2023. Over the next 12-months, startups will be provided intensive support to help them develop the skills, networks, and resources needed to successfully navigate the complex health commercialisation pathway.
Oliver Morton-Evans, Chief Operating Officer at Neuromersiv was inspired to start a MedTech startup by combining his background in producing immersive Virtual Reality experiences and his lived experience with a lifelong disability. He has been motivated by the possibility of improving functional mobility outcomes for people with disability and empowering them through immersive Virtual Reality (VR) based rehabilitation therapy.
Pregnancy can be an exciting yet daunting time for many women. Unfortunately, the experience can be made even more difficult when labour needs to be induced. MedTech Actuator startup, Gravida Health recognised this issue and set out to create a world-first medical innovation to improve labour induction procedures and provide a more positive experience for women.