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Video: How to build a health-tech unicorn

Health tech unicorns are rare beasts meaning that some in Silicone Valley have dismissed digital health as uninteresting. However, is that scorn justified? And why are unicorns – start-ups with valuations exceeding $1 billion – so hard to achieve?

To find out more, watch the below video from Web Summit 2017 where HealthInvestor UK editor Ploy Radford discussed the issue with Zach Weinberg, co-founder of Flatiron Health, a healthcare technology company focused on accelerating cancer care, and, one of those mythical unicorns. 

 

 

 

 

Posted on: 13/11/2017

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