And the winner is...
Airway Medical Innovations
This year’s winner is a new Medical Device Company led by Julio Alonso based in Brisbane (Australia) dedicated to the development and commercialisation of revolutionary technology for the management of the medical airway.
The new laryngoscope developed by AMI introduces an innovative technology that facilitates ‘endotracheal intubation’, a highly risk medical procedure only performed by experienced medical professionals and paramedics.
We'll soon be posting all the photos soon!
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The winner will receive up to $30,000 worth of design, development and commercialisation support from IDE Group
The grand prize awarded by the judges will be $25,000. An additional $5000 prize will be selected by public vote at the final event.
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Who is this challenge for?
and entrepreneurs active in the medtech space
or employees of a company looking for accelerated support for a R&D project
working in the field who have uncovered areas of opportunity for new devices
with medical technologies they’re craving to commercialise
What's in it for you?
Gather feedback on your idea from our team of medtech design and entrepreneurship experts
Seek guidance from our commercialisation
experts to help fast
track your idea
Gain support by pitching your idea to an influential panel of medtech industry leaders
Receive $25,000 worth of design, development and commercialisation support from IDE Group
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Building a business is hard. But it takes more than funding to get past the hurdles and realise an idea. That's why the BBFH Challenge is about working together. Creating pathways for individuals to seek guidance, feedback and support from industry experts and connect with the right people to help bring more ideas to market that can make a difference to people's health.
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We use our values, principles and process to create products and services that change lives and grow new organisations. Since 2003, we have grown over 70 organisations and realised over 500 projects across the medical technology landscape, including respiratory care, drug delivery, radiology, radiotherapy and point of care diagnostics.
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