Femtech is here to stay and we are seeing progress in gender equity and advances in innovative solutions improving the quality of life of women every day. We are so proud of our cohort for pushing the boundaries and solving issues in the women's lifecycle from menstruation to menopause. Where do you see the future of Femtech?
To find out, attend the 2nd Swiss Femtech annual conference of Tech4Eva - a hybrid conference organized at the Rolex Learning Center from 1 to 5 PM CET (Stay tuned on the envet's webpage for a more detailed afternoon agenda) - to accelerate the Femtech development in Switzerland and across the world.
The conference is bringing together stakeholders, entrepreneurs, innovators, academic researchers, as well as ecosystem builders to discuss the current and the future of technologies for women’s health.
Why should you attend?
- Gain knowledge on the latest trends advancing women’s health from the leading innovators
- Find Femtech solutions, investment and partnership opportunities
- Expand your research and Femtech business network
- Discover and meet Tech4Eva's Growth stage Start-ups
- Be inspired to create tomorrow’s innovative solutions
Meet all the Tech4Eva start-up founders pitching at Swiss Accelerators’ Showcase that same morning on 28th November to get to know the latest development of Femtech around the world! In addition, you have the opportunity to get to know over 40 other high tech start-ups of incubators and accelerators from different parts of Switzerland and network with them on a 3D immersive platform.
Swiss Accelerators’ Showcase is an annual event organized by EPFL Innovation Park’s incubator la Forge and other accelerators in Switzerland, including Tech4Eva. Its a unique opportunity for worldwide investors, business partners, start-ups founders and corporate innovation enthusiasts to meet and to foster partnership and investment. Last year it gathered 800+ attendees.
More info here about the program
- Informed public
- Registration required
- Lan Zuo Gillet - Head of start-up training, incubation and acceleration