Health 10x is a unique accelerator program dedicated to accelerating the business growth of startups whose product or service addresses the burden of NCDs or injury in emerging and underserved markets, particularly in low and middle income countries (LMIC).
The rising burden of NCDs requires Governments and the global health finance community (multi and bi-lateral institutions and large foundations) to engage synergistically with the rapidly growing entrepreneur ecosystems.
Health 10x is a two-phase program (pre-Accelerator and Accelerator) designed and delivered by the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in partnership with The George Institute for Global Health (TGI). This partnership allows participants to leverage the deep technical expertise and networks of TGI, both in Australia and internationally, as well as the program experience and global networks of UNSW’s Entrepreneurship Unit.
Health 10x startups will receive entrepreneurship education tailored to their level of business development, along with dedicated health modules, delivered by subject matter experts from TGI.
For startups that are accepted into the second ‘Accelerator’ phase of the program, there will be opportunities for travel to international target markets (US and India), along with funding and ongoing incubation in UNSW’s co-working spaces.