We Were Granted Stockholm School of Entrepreneurship's Validator Reimbursement!
We originally applied for the reimbursement in August by presenting our pitch for EndoMetrix to the program. We predominantly talked about the proposed functionality of our app, and how we plan to benefit people seeking adequate gynaecological care, the healthcare industry, employers and Swedish taxpayers.
The funding supports and validates early-stage ideas of new organisations, businesses and start-ups alike by giving their innovative ideas the chance they deserve while minimizing unnecessary risks.
“Whether you want to test your idea at a global conference, conduct a market analysis, or produce your first prototype – Validator is here to support you,” their website says.
We believe in transparency, therefore these funds will predominantly be used for both innovating and expanding our marketing strategies, including:
- Digital media management products
- Social media marketing and promotional content
- Networking events with local endometriosis and gynaecological care organisations
- Additional resources for our upcoming design intern
- Hosting focus groups to continuously improve these strategies
Currently, EndoMetrix is solely a passion project for our co-founders and employees. We have yet to receive full funding, so everything we put into this project isn't for financial gain, but because we truly believe that girls, women and anyone experiencing inadequate gynaecological care deserves the chance to be understood, supported and connected to proper resources for peace within their minds and bodies.
If you have any questions regarding what we are currently working on or what we plan to work on, or if you’d like to share your experiences with endometriosis or similar conditions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you immediately.
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