A delegation of Denmark’s medtech and health leaders is traveling to Minnesota’s Medical Alley next week to solidify a partnership with Denmark’s MedTech Bridge.
MedTech Bridge is a nonprofit program established to expand the relationship between medical device and digital health companies in Denmark and the United States and to scale commercial-stage Danish medtech businesses in the U.S. through the Medical Alley trade group.
The delegation is comprised of officials from MedTech Bridge, Medicoindustrien (Denmark’s medtech trade association), and MedTrace, a Danish blood-flow quantification startup. The group plans to visit startup accelerator Gener8tor, the Earl E. Bakken Medical Devices Center at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis law firm Gray Plant Mooty, Treehouse Health, Coloplast, and Finesse Partners medtech executive recruiters.
MedTech Bridge will be funded by the Danish Industry Foundation at $1.32 million over three years, according to Medical Alley.