CEO of Jodacare, Kristil Haaland on stage during Norway Healtch Tech’s first trip to Singapore in 2019
– Singapore and ASEAN represent a huge potential for Norwegian tech companies with their fast development, growth in population and innovation interests. This region and especially Singapore is an interesting platform for health companies looking towards Southeast Asia for further scaling, says Trine Radmann, Head of International Affairs at Norway Health Tech.
Norway Health Tech recently joined as a new member of SNCC. At the same time, Radmann became one of the newest additions to the Board of SNCC.
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Norway Health Tech is a health technology cluster with approximately 280 members and represent the full value chain in health. They facilitate R&D and industrial cooperation between research, industry and health personnel. The members of Norway Health Tech address all areas of human health.
– We have programs and projects for business development and international scaling, helping our health tech industry getting access to international markets, as well as attracting international resources, talents and companies to Norway, says Radmann, and continues:
– Our vision is to make Norway the world’s best arena for health innovation and provide better healthcare solutions for all. Over the years we have participated in several of the activities organized by SNCC and we think a closer collaboration will have positive synergies for members of SNCC and the cluster and our members. Singapore is a well-developed, professional and efficient health market and the membership is a part of the strategy to get to know this region even better.