Co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund, Simulation for Digital Health (SimDH) is a free programme supporting health tech start-ups and small to medium enterprises (SMEs) to innovate, develop and deliver new products and services.
SimDH combines the academic knowledge within London South Bank University (LSBU) with the real-world experience of our industry partners, the result is a comprehensive level of knowledge and experience ready to be passed on to participants via our spectrum of tailored workshops and consultancy.
LSBU is home to a variety of state-of-the-art facilities at our Southwark campus, including virtual reality suites, rapid prototyping equipment, realistic hospital wards and other skills labs. SimDH participants will have access to these facilities to support product development and will be recommended relevant facilities at the initial diagnostics stage.
To see a list of our facilities click here
All participants will have an initial diagnostic meeting with the SimDH team to discuss their business needs and to create a bespoke programme structure; from workshops to facilities, 1-2-1 consultancy to focus groups, we will ensure that every participant maximises their time on the programme.
We encourage applications from:
If you have any issues with the application form, please contact us at SimDH@lsbu.ac.uk
• The entrepreneurial mind set
• What makes a successful entrepreneur?
• Decision making
• How to assess skills/qualities required
• Types of contract
• How to create and shape a value proposition
• The tools & techniques that can be used to create product market fit
• How to identify and verify a target market
• What is required to improve market adoption and promoting the benefits of your offering
• Mechanisms to create market pull
• Case studies - applying the key lessons to your own company
• Evaluate current financial situation
• What you need funding for Funding objectives and how these relate to your mission Income aims for the next three to five years, including your ideal income mix
• Areas in the business to increase or decrease income
• Key funding relationships essential for achieving your objectives
• Resources you need to achieve your financial objectives (people, skills, knowledge, networks, equipment)
• An analysis of the main risks and barriers to funding
• Putting a reserves policy in place to balance spending and saving
• How to fundraise, pitch and win investorspany