Do you have an innovative idea which can be supported through digitalisation?

Do you have an innovation idea, but you are missing the right partner for implementation?

DIGI-B-CUBE project partners Business Upper Austria (Biz-up)  & SECPHO are organising an online matchmaking event to present and discuss innovative ideas in order to adapt digital solutions for improving healthcare. 

The event will be an ideal platform for those, who are looking for collaboration partners to complement expertise in cross-sectoral innovation projects.

The Open Call launched by DIGI-B-CUBE is now in the second phase – up to €60,000 of equity-free funding can be availed by Small or Medium-Sized enterprises (SMEs).

The online event is free of charge and it will be held on November 19th, 10:00-12:00 CET.

If you are a SME operating in the health, medicine, biotech, biopharma, IT or related sectors (robotics, automation, electronics, nanotech etc.), the webinar is an excellent opportunity for you to meet other SMEs and to develop together with them project ideas in order to apply for funding.

We will introduce the DIGI-B-CUBE project to you and selected participants will have the opportunity to present their organisation and respective project ideas in a short pitch. Detailed agenda can be seen below.

You are interested to pitch your idea then inform us at: patricia.papic [at]


10:00 to 10:20 Welcome and Introduction to DIGI-B-CUBE Patricia Papic (Biz-up) and Gawel Walczak (secpho)
10:20 to 11:30 Pitches of companies/project ideas To Be Confirmed
11:30 to 12:00 Questions and Answers DIGI-B-CUBE


Please register yourself here:

Registration to participate in the webinar is open until November 16th 2020. Registration for pitching slots is optional and is open until November 2nd 2020. Link to the virtual event will be sent to registered participants prior to the event.

For any questions, please contact Patricia Papic at patricia.papic [at]

Location and date

19 November 2020 - 19 November 2020
Virtual event
Cluster organisation
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