Creating healthier futures for ill children

Triumf Health got accepted to H2020 program X-Europe

We’re excited to announce that Triumf Health is among 27 HealthTech and BioTech startups that were selected from 177 applicants to be part of the first cohort of X-Europe. X-Europe exists to bridge regions and tech companies across Europe through events, media, training, and acceleration.
With a focus on the Baltics, the Visegrad region, and Western Europe, the program will connect 150 deeptech startups with corporations, investment firms, and ecosystem builders. We explore more what to expect from the program.

Why do we think it’s valuable to be part of the program?

The main value we see in X-Europe programme is creating business partnerships that help scale the solution and explore new market avenues. Triumf Health places significant importance on collaboration - we’ve been very successful in partnering with various consortiums and clusters through which we create awareness, form client relationships and improve our platform based on the stakeholder feedback since the beginning of the development of our solution.

X-Europe allows us to expand our network in markets we’ve not explored before and thus facilitate new market entry. Access to various ecosystems is of prime importance for us. We are a global health technology company - our markets lie in Europe and South-East Asia. Connecting with key decision-makers in the health care industry is our number one strategy for customer acquisition - all client relationships are personalized and managed within the team. Hence, networking and opportunities to connect are highly valuable for us to scale.

With that being said, some of the countries in the X-Europe programme scope, such as the Netherlands, are at the forefront of running digital health/ health tech research and implementation. Collaboration in these areas allows us to understand the specifics of the market, expand client-base and the reach of our solution, and explore new fruitful business opportunities, including new research. Similarly, participating in tech events enables to pursue the same outcomes and establish connections on an even wider scale.

Previous programmes similar to X-Europe have been a great success for Triumf Health. For example, deep-dive missions as part of H2020 Startup Lighthouse program allowed to build a good network of contacts in Dublin and Israel, which have significantly eased market entry efforts and initiating customer relationships in these locations. We’ve established a good awareness of the company through active participation and enthusiasm for collaboration.

What does X-Europe program involve for startups?

X-Europe will kick off on 3rd June with an intro webinar. Following that, X-Europe will provide a range of trainings, matchmaking event with investors and corporates, mentoring sessions and participation in TNW Conference in October. Via programme communication, partners’ channels, and local, regional and international media coverage, X-Europe will provide valuable publicity to startups. Thanks to diverse and widely visited channels, content about the programme and startup success stories will reach diverse relevant stakeholders.

We’re excited to take the most of the program, create new partnerships, take away new knowlegde, get to know Europe’s promising health startups and meet old friends again who were also selected to the program.

About Triumf Health

Triumf Health delivers personalised behavioural therapeutics to children through an award-winning mobile game platform to imporve children's mental well-being and quality of life. Last year, Triumf Health was selected as TOP 2 digital health company in Europe by EIT Health Catapult and was amongst TOP20 startups across all industries in Europe, selected by Startup Lighthouse.

Author

Kaari Kink

Author

Kaari Kink

With her background in health sciences and physical activity, she brings expertise in inducing behavioral change.