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EIT Health and EIF, with the strong commitment of the European Commission, announced the contribution of €150m from EFSI to the VCoE programme in Paris today, during the annual HealthTech Innovation Days (HTID) event. The ceremony featured speeches from French President,

Emmanuel Macron, as well as Thierry Breton, European Commissioner for the Internal Market.

VCoE is a first of its kind open innovation platform in the Life Science sector in Europe aimed at fostering collaboration and investment sharing between the venture capital industry and corporates in order to boost investments in highly innovative digital health and life science start-ups. This enhanced collaboration and investment capacity is expected to boost Europe's innovative life science ecosystem, support breakthrough technologies, ensure products and services are commercialised and scaled in Europe, and help attract talent and innovation from beyond our borders.

The strong financial commitment from the European Commission to the VCoE is a testament to the fact that Europe's leading healthcare and life sciences sector is vital to ensuring the health of European citizens and economies, as the Covid-19 pandemic has proven.

EIT Health chose to partner with the endowment fund HealthTech for Care to co-organise the second edition of HTID, thus providing participants with the possibility to interact with its extensive network of partners throughout Europe. Thanks to this partnership, HTID, while bringing together more than 200 international investors, will also provide a venue for future Venture Centre of Excellence (VCoE) members' meetings.