April 1 – 5, 2019 | Toronto, ON
Commercialize ideas. Grow the economy. Save lives.
A thriving economy has always depended on the health of its people. Today, new innovations in healthcare are helping people live better lives and improving patient outcomes while making the healthcare industry more affordable and improving efficiencies.
From April 1–5, you’re invited to Health Innovation Week, Canada’s largest gathering of health startups, investors and the health ecosystem. Hosted by MaRS and held across the Toronto region, Health Innovation Week allows participants to network, secure funding and learn from industry experts. This year, the conference’s many events focus on three key themes:
Startups and their employees are on the front lines of health innovation. Hear from the brilliant minds behind the latest technologies and trends through keynotes, live panels and hackathons.
Behind every great idea is a passionate investor. Mix and mingle with startup leaders and diverse financers via networking events, pitch competitions and receptions.
A better healthcare system starts with adopting new technologies to create better outcomes. Engage healthcare providers and government representatives looking to improve policy and infrastructure to improve lives.
attendees from 16 countries
Who should attend
Are you a fundraising CEO, entrepreneur or executive at a health startup? Whether you’re pitching for your next funding round or securing top talent — or both—Health Innovation Week is the ideal place to network with investors, potential employees and corporate leaders.
Are you an investor in the health sector? Discover innovative companies in biotech, medical devices, digital health and consumer health and wellness. At Health Innovation Week, you’ll hear from founders who are transforming healthcare on a global scale.
Are you looking to build partnerships in the health community? Health Innovation Week brings together government officials, industry leaders, researchers and decision makers from hospitals, universities and the private sector.