Dementia app provider Memory Lane Games won as ‘Judge’s Choice’ at the final day pitch competition during the flagship Mayo Clinic and Arizona State University (ASU) MedTech Accelerator Program on Wednesday.
The pitch competition is the peak of the fortnight-long intensive programme which engages world-class physicians, researchers and entrepreneurs to support the participants to optimize their offer, license intellectual property, engage in idea mentoring and develop funding strategies.
CEO Bruce Elliott commented, “The last two weeks have afforded us access to a dazzling array of expertise, relationships and resources which will be invaluable in accelerating the business. Being selected as the best startup by such distinguished experts at the pitch day however is truly the icing on the cake and fills me with confidence that Memory Lane Games is on the right track.”
Memory Lane Games is one of only nine international companies, selected for their strong potential in medical device and healthcare technology, to be accepted to this cohort. The program includes an entrepreneurial curriculum and personalized business development plans to accelerate go-to-market and investment possibilities.