13 March, 2017
Oslo Cancer Cluster takes NOME to Norway
Oslo Cancer Cluster Incubator has joined as NOME partner to represent and build the mentor network in Norway.
The goal is simple: to help the very best biotech and medtech startups in the Nordics to become the next growth successes. Oslo Cancer Cluster Incubator coordinates the NOME-programme in Norway and collaborates with the incubator Aleap to find the best match of mentors and entrepreneurs.
In Norway Kari Grønås is part of the mentor team to use her extensive experience among other from the Norwegian biotechnology and pharmaceutical company Algeta, and says:
”I wish to contribute with my experience from the pharma and biotech industry. I believe in the NOME program because it is a mentor program that actively helps startup companies with guidance and problem solving. This can provide the startups in Norway and Scandinavia with a major lift.”
Oslo Cancer Cluster Incubator is an integrated part of Oslo Cancer Cluster Innovation Park and has over 5000 m2 and features state-of-the-art lab services as well as meeting room facilities and mingling areas where startups and tenants can gather for informal meetings.
The program in Norway are right now accepting applications. Read more on the Oslo Cancer Cluster Incubator webpage http://occincubator.com/ & http://oslocancercluster.no/2017/03/14/join-nome-nordic-mentoring-programme-for-life-sciences-companies/
Contact Bjørn Klem, General Manager of Oslo Cancer Cluster Incubator, if you would like to join NOME or if you want more information about the programme in Norway.
You can also apply here on the NOME website on the following link: http://nome.nu/startups-apply-here/