Financial support helps us to grow and continue development of our solution.
Below are presented the awards and grants VIOBAC has achieved.
Funding & Competitions
PREVENTING URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS
EIT Health 2019 Head Start Funding
VIOBAC was named as one of the winners of the 2019 EIT Health Scandinavia Headstart Award. Chosen from around 40 applicants, the winners come from all over Scandinavia and will receive funding that helps them take steps towards market launch and commercialisation.
Youth Startup Investment Potential
VIOBAC was awarded at the Danish Foundation for Entrepreneurship's New Year's program with a prize of 100.000 DKK given by HRH Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark. André Rogaczewski from Netcompany, Brian Mikkelsen, head of 'Dansk Erhverv' and Tommy Ahlers, former Minister of Education and Research, also participated in the award ceremony.
Life Science Grant
VIOBAC was among those selected to receive 50.000 DKK from Bristol-Myers Squibb and the Danish Foundation for Entrepreneurship. The award was a recognition of our idea and the starting point for the further development of our first prototype.
National Startup Competition 2019
VIOBAC has been nominated as being in among the top 4 finalists within the health category of the best university startups in Denmark 2019 hosted by Venture Cup. Venture Cup is the bridge between the academic world and the business community, and they always include corporates and business people when assessing the startups to give them feedback and connections from outside the academic world.
University Startup World Cup 2019
VIOBAC has been voted the best university startup in the world within the health category with incorporation of the UN's 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
USWC is hosted by Venture CUP and has been running for five years with over 40 countries involved and 6 mill. people reached on social media.
Nordic HealthTech Challenge 2019
VIOBAC has been chosen as one of the 10 selected participants for Nordic HealthTech Challenge 2019 hosted by Venture Cup, which is a 7-month development program providing startups with business and leadership training and a community that shares and inspires the innovation of HealthTech. The program includes workshops in Copenhagen, Helsinki, Stockholm and Oslo along with a grant of 50.000 DKK.