IMD is a top business school based in Switzerland, ranked top 3 worldwide in executive education for 5 years in a row now. SimplicityBio will collaborate with the EMBA class and travel to Silicon Valley in 2017.
MassChallenge is a well-known startup accelerator. No equity and not-for-profit, they provide startups with the access and resources we need to succeed - from free office space to mentoring, workshops and global network access.
The R&D project “BOSS Explorer - Development and integration of new methods for exploration, selection, and visualization of diagnostic signatures” with our partner HEIG-VD, has been accepted and financed by the CTI - Commission for Technology and Innovation. Starting date is Q2 2016.
SimplicityBio was awarded by the FIT the Seed Loan of 100'000 CHF. The Foundation for Technological Innovation (FIT) has been helping startups since 1994 and celebrated its 20th anniversary this year. The FIT aims to support high technology and innovative projects by providing appropriate financial assistance.
The CTI project with the Swiss company Bioreba, the Bern University and the Agroscope was accepted by the CTI.
SimplicityBio reaches the Swisscom StartUp Challenge finals, out of 150 candidates.
SimplicityBio won the Venture Leaders USA 2015, thus becoming part of the Swiss National Startup Team 2015.
The venture leaders - the members of the Swiss national startup team - have a clear-cut goal. They envision themselves as global players and want to take the first step to their global expansion. The ten-day business development program is specifically structured to help them achieve this goal.
SimplicityBio received the Venture Kick II award.
SimplicityBio has passed with success the CTI Coaching Acceptance milestone, in Bern. The company has been presented to a panel of specialists from the Swiss Comitee for the Technology Innovation. The venture will now benefit from the support granted by the CTI start-up programme, leading to the CTI label.
SimplicityBio received the Venture Kick I award.
SimplicityBio selected as one of the 50 start-ups in which to invest in 2014 by Bilan, the reference business magazine in Suisse Romande. This is the second consecutive year Bilan magazine has a feature on the 50 start-ups in which to invest.
Miguel Barreto, CEO was an invited panel speaker at the event "La Suisse des Talents", organized by Rezonance.
SimplicityBio received the award from the Liechti Foundation.
SimplicityBio was selected from 120 startups from all Switzerland.
SimplicityBio was selected by The Ark to be part of their incubation programme.
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