Kandu Health Clinic


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Get expert advice and insight from this practical event for health and social tech startups, organised by Kandu, the platform that matches startups and trusted experts.

This Kandu Clinic will be focused on helping health founders and startups meet with some great experts to help them tackle some of the most common challenges facing startups and SMEs.

The format of the event will be very practical, with experts sitting at tables which founders can join and then circulate through. We will be encouraging everyone to bring a problem or challenge with them that they would like expert or peer feedback on. This event is supported by the Health Foundry, a collaborative workspace for digital health in Waterloo funded by Guy's and St Thomas's Charity. With 130+ members working Health Foundry's mission is support and accelerate digital innovation in health and wellbeing.

We will have some experts on hand to discuss the following issues, but will update with specific experts/names when we have confirmed:

Investment: How to attract or apply for investment and manage funding rounds with Antony Rose, serial founder and most recently CEO at Seedlegals (

Product & Business: How to manage a product roadmap, and business scaling and business model advice from Jim Stevenson, digital growth consultant ( previously advised pregnancy startup Curious FU.

Evidence: How to get clinical input into your product or business, and plan, design and deliver trials with Cyan Collier. Cyan is a healthtech founder with Project Tide ( and he has also worked closely with the University of Oxford, to design and build The Global Health Network (, the world's largest online community of clinical trial professionals.

Brokering: How to navigate and understand the UK health landscape, including partnering or selling with the NHS - with Esther O'Sullivan, head of digital strategy at the BMJ who also supports their incubator BMJ Ventures.

Growth: How to market / attract more customers or users from growth hacker Alfie Lambert (

People: How to attract/manage talent and company culture from talent specialist Katrina Bowles ( who previously advised online doctor service DrEd

Other: How to manage specific UK regulation and information governance issues. Support TBA.

Attendance is free to Kandu members (which is also free). Please sign up at to become a member, where we can assess either your expertise or your startup challenges and start matching/ conversations pre-event.


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