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Business Model Clinic

One-on-one support


“Thanks to Business Model Clinic, I have been free to share all the doubts I had about the value proposition of my start-up without any judgement. I have received excellent feedback and valuable advice, which helped me go deeper in fine-tuning my business model. After each session I felt truly supported and motivated by the eHealth Hub team and made the most of to their strong experience and network in the European health innovation ecosystem.”

Emilie Jacquetton

Founder of OuiWin

[Deadline extension! Apply until 30th August 2019]


Many of the solutions developed within the eHealth sector fail to have a meaningful impact, as startups fail to clearly identify their business model. To mitigate that, entrepreneurs have to identify a clear value proposition, the client segment and the channels. In such a context, it would be extremely useful for them to apply the lean startup approach.

What we offer

The Business Modeling Clinic aims to deliver maximum impact in the market by supporting the best promising entrepreneurs and startups during the three sessions of the one-on-one coaching with eHealth  and business experts.

The most promising and  committed teams will be offered to join the eHealth Hub Business Model Training service.

An opportunity not to be missed

Early-stage startups and SMEs within the eHealth sector joining the Business Modeling Clinic would acquire a set of relevant benefits, as they would gain invaluable advice on the company’s business model from one-on-one interaction with expert coaches in business model and eHealth,  customized to fit the specific needs of each participant.

Is Business Modeling Clinic for you?

The Business Model Clinic service targets early-stage startups and SMEs within the eHealth sector, who need a little help with an important question: how am I going to make money? Teams eligible to participate need to be headquartered in Europe, with an existing solution to build their business model around. Only the most promising proposals and committed teams will be chosen.

Companies should be able to fill in a LEAN Canvas for business modelling and clearly present current internal and external partners of the project.

Activities / Events

The Business Model Clinic service will be provided to 60 selected companies and will take place over the next three years, through on-line coaching divided in three sessions

The goal of the calls is to obtain knowledge about the teams and their business proposition, as well as to evaluate their degree of commitment. At the final call it will be evaluated whether the team has the competencies, the idea and the commitment to go on to the Business Model Training: Lean Startup Academy service:

  • First call: 60 min deep dive focused on value proposition, customer segment and approach to the market.
  • Second call: 45 min follow-up to understand how BM has evolved and identify what are new hypothesis to validate.
  • Third follow-up call to identify what the company should do in the medium and long term (eg. incorporation of commercial talent)

Companies will be encouraged to check in with the market in between sessions.

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The eHealth Hub project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020
Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No727683.