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10 June 2024

Santander X Global Challenge | Innovation in Healthcare

Together with Banco Santander, our Oxentia Foundation has launched the Santander X Global Challenge | Innovation in healthcare. A global challenge seeking to find companies looking to innovate in the field of healthcare services, patient care, cost reduction, and increased efficiency of healthcare systems.

With this global challenge, we are looking for companies with innovative solutions in the field of healthcare. We want to help healthcare systems adapt at the pace of the technological revolution society is experiencing.

11 countries

Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Germany, Mexico, Portugal, Poland, Spain, the UK, Uruguay, and the USA

2 categories

For technology-based startups and scaleups, with innovative solutions in healthcare services

6 winners

120,000 euros prize pot, access to the exclusive Santander X 100 community and other benefits

All you have to do is apply before 11 July 2024. It’s free, and you don’t need to be a Santander customer to participate.




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About Banco Santander and its support for higher education  

Banco Santander is firmly committed to progress and inclusive sustainable growth. It boasts a long-standing and ground breaking 27-year commitment to education, employability, and entrepreneurship, which sets it apart from the world’s other financial institutions. The bank has allocated over 2.2 billion euros and has supported more than one million students, professionals and entrepreneurial projects through agreements with more than 1,300 universities 


About the Oxentia Foundation  

Oxentia Foundation was created to support Oxentia’s main goal: to tackle global inequalities through innovation and entrepreneurial activities. Oxentia organises international entrepreneurial innovation competitions and awards, and has also provided advice to entrepreneurs in order help bring to market science and technology projects that contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Oxentia grew out of Oxford University’s technology transfer company, and aims to provide specialised innovation management services to public and private sector customers throughout the world. Its approach is based on the company’s solid legacy, built on over 30 years of experience supporting academic innovation and entrepreneurial spirit in more than 70 countries. 


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