Main Markets and Focus 2023

Succeed in Europe's largest economy



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One of Europe's most exciting markets

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Last updated 8.2.2022

Enter the US Market

United States of America

With the US market being a very lucrative market for many companies it is imperative that you gain the knowledge needed to succeed early in your process.

In 2023 we seek to strengthen our relationship with the USA. For this, Norway Health Tech will closely collaborate with the other Norwegian health clusters – Smart Care Cluster, Life Science Cluster, Oslo Cancer Cluster.

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Selected Previous International Activities



Shanghai is China’s largest city with over 24 million residents. The Shanghai Stock Exchange was the world’s fourth largest stock market in terms of total market capitalization as of November 2018.

Shanghai has health challenges associated with the aging population. The authorities are working on the implementation of the Healthy China Strategy and Healthy China Initiative. The goal is to have China’s foremost city health statistics by 2030. The development of health industrial parks in Pudong is in focus and Shanghai has a number of initiatives that make it interesting to provide services to the aging population of Shanghai.


One of the largest acceleration programs in 2020 from Norway Health Tech goes to Japan. This is an introduction to the Japan-program, where the exact topics are still to be decided, but we address the Hospital market and the Primary care.

As part of our Health Acceleration Program (HAP Japan) we invite to an intensive program with knowledge building, regulatory framework introduction and knowledge and market introduction to the health institutions addressing the main health challenges in the Japanese market today.

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Health Acceleration Program Japan is funded by Teknologiformidling. More information about: Stiftelsen Teknologiformidling – info til bruk for partnere.

For more information contact Trine Radmann, Head of International Affairs.

A Promising Market


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Norway Health Tech

Going to international markets

1 of 3 health startups is born global. This means that you think at the global potential of your idea, solution or product from day one. Knowing where to go with your product/solution is not easy – there are so many factors to consider. In Norway Health Tech we work on taking down the risk for you by helping you choose the market most fit for your company, connect you to the relevant stakeholders whether they are regulatory, testing facility, support or first customer and include you in projects and networks working towards penetrating the market in question.

Take a look at this overview and see what the opportunities are and what we can help you with. Feel free to contact our Head of International affairs:

Trine Radmann trine.radmann@norwayhealthtech.com

Phone: +47 992 69 285

– The drop with a rippling effect

Stiftelsen Teknologiformidling

Who we are:
Stiftelsen teknologiformidling, an actor in Norwegian business for 100 years, sold its operational activities Teknologisk Institutt to the Dutch company, Kiwa, in 2015.
Kiwa also took over the name of Teknologisk Institutt, and the foundation changed its name to Stiftelsen Teknologiformidling.

The profits of the sale formed the basis of the Stiftelsen Teknologiformidling

What we do:
Stiftelsen Teknologiformidling contributes financial support to established small and medium-sized enterprises(SMEs).
The development projects are necessary to maintain a profitable business.
The projects have a sharing culture so that the results lead to competitive advantages for more people.
Cooperation and sharing of competence and technological development and knowledge are important for success.
Some areas of focus are the implementation of new technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), the internet of things (IoT) and autonomous systems, for higher productivity, value creation and competitiveness in Norwegian business.
The project evaluation is ongoing.

If you want to know more about our projects, please look at the website www.Teknologiformidling.no Feel free to make a phone call to us if you have any questions.

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Webinar: the Swedish healthcare system and the use of health data

06 December

Sweden – possibilities and pathways to the Swedish health market and system