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					Arena MedITNor
 ”Go to Market”
Study trip to Tampere
   October 1 - 2 2007
Participants
       Person           Company/Organization              E-mail               Mobile phone            Website

                                               lisbeth.vassaas@accessmidn                       www.accessmidnorway.
Lisbeth Vassaas      Access Mid-Norway AS                                      +47 454 87 771
                                                     orway.no                                       no

Jørgen Midtlyng      Extend AS                 jorgen@extend.no                +47 970 98 149   www.extend.no

                                               hans.fredrik.emdal@invanor.n
Hans Fredrik Emdal   Innovation Norway                                         +47 958 58 661   www.invanor.no
                                                    o

                     Mid Norway Chamber of     trygve.bragstad@trondheim-                       www.trondheim-
Trygve Bragstad                                                                +47 934 04 044
                     Commerce and Industry          chamber.no                                      chamber.no

                     NTNU
Odd Gulbrandsen                                odd.gulbrandsen@ntnu.no         +47 905 09 188   www.ntnu.no
                     Technology Transfer AS

                     Scandinavian Customized
Terje Johnsen                                  terje.johnsen@scp.no            +47 900 67 088   www.scp.no
                     Prosthesis AS

                     SINTEF Health Research                                                     www.sintef.no
Espen H. Aspnes      MedITNor                  Espen.H.Aspnes@sintef.no        +47 930 59 050   www.meditnor.net
                     InnoMed                                                                    www.innomed.no

Susanna Maarit       SINTEF                    Susanna.M.Brynhildsen@sint
                                                                               +47 476 04 754   www.sintef.no
Brynhildsen          Technology and Society         ef.no

Ole Harris Hanssen   Sør-Trøndelag County      ole.harris.hanssen@stfk.no      +47 952 62 297   www.stfk.no

Jan Eirik Grønset    Triangel Invest AS        jan.eirik.gronset@triangel.no   +47 901 90 350   www.triangel.no

Terje Åshamar        Triangel Software AS      terje.ashamar@triangel.no       +47 926 18 599   www.triangel.no
Lisbeth Vassaas, business development manager

Access Mid-Norway:
   The inward investment agency for Mid-Norway
   Attract foreign businesses to establish in the region
   Association established in 2006
   16 members – 5 MNOK annually
   7 Board members from industry, finance and research
   Focus industries:
        Aquaculture – marine resources
        Oil, gas, energy
        Health & Medical Technology
        IT & telecomm
        Clean Technologies
                                      Extend AS
                                        Jørgen Midtlyng
            1996 - 2006


   Extend Quality System - EQS
       Quality assurance and increased efficiency of
        your operational processes
           Control of steering documents
           Traceable registrations and action
           Safe communication
           Risk analysis, statistics and continuous improvement
                             Innovation Norway
                                              Hans Fredrik Emdal

   Norways authorities central organisation for activities and schemes for SME

   Contribute to value creation in Norway by encouraging innovation,
    internationalisation and profile-building.

   Vision: Give local ideas global opportunities

   Offices in all of Norway’s counties and in more than 30 countries abroad

   What we offers: loan, grant, network, competence, advice
   Project priority: new products, market potential, internationalisation,
    profitability
   Business sector: Medical/bio technology (1 of 6 sectors)
                                Mid Norway Chamber
                           of Commerce and Industry
                                                                Trygve Bragstad

   An independent service organization for the business community. It is
    constituted under private law and affiliated through The Association of
    Norwegian Chambers of Commerce.
Status:
   Approx. 930 members
   Mobilised over 150 business executives in 13 business councils
   Regional network of trade associations in the county, incl. parts of Nord-Trøndelag
Aim
   To be an attractive meeting place
   To bring businesses together in a profitable cooperation
   To be a prime mover in regional business policy
   To put commercial interests on the agenda
MNCC can offer the following services:
   Access to databases to help businesses to find new business partners
   Business analyses
   Consultancy in import / export / customs issues
   Assistance in business conflict resolution though our Arbitration Institute
Vice President Odd Gulbrandsen
NTNU Technology Transfer as

•   integral part of NTNU as a wholly owned subsidiary

•   exclusive rights to commercialization of all IPR



                                             NTNU Technology Transfer as
   Norwegian University of Science and Technology
   22000 students
   2800 degrees awarded/year
   190 PhD degrees awared/year
   2500 employees in education and recearch
   545 professors
   Partnership with SINTEF and St.Olav Hospital
   www.ntnu.no
   The SINTEF Group is the largest
    independent research organisation in
    Scandinavia with about 1900 employees
   Every year, SINTEF supports the
    development of 2000 or so Norwegian and
    overseas companies via research and
    development activities

Vision: Technology for a better society
                      MedITNor and InnoMed
              Espen H. Aspnes, SINTEF Health Research



   MedITNor is a network of Norwegian MedTech and ICT companies
    striving to get market competence and success through common
    activities like meeting places, study tours, exchange of experiences
    etc.
   Close collaboration with hospitals, universities and research
   A three year project (2007 – 2009) financed by Innovation Norway




   National Network for Need-driven Innovation
   Financed by the authorities
          SINTEF Technology and society
                 International operations
                                       Susanna M. Brynhildsen

   SINTEF Technology and society, International Operations
       Technology transfer
       Regional development
       Business development
       Capacity building in transition economies

   IRC Norway (Innovation Relay Centre)
       Part of European network for technology transfer
       Linking Norwegian companies with European partners
       Helping European companies with partnersearch in Norway
                            Scandinavian
                Customized Prosthesis AS
                                   Terje Johnsen


   Established in Trondheim 1992
   1300 customized hip prosthesis so far
   Excellent clinical result with 98,7% survival
   Based on CT-scan and 3-D modelling
   2,5-5% of all hip prosthesis potential SCC
   Highly dedicated staff of 7
   Sales in Finland, Sweden, Denmark,
    Germany, UK and Norway
Ole Harris Hanssen

 Sør-Trøndelag County Authority – responsibilities:
    Regional development (business, transport and communications, culture, cultural
     heritage, sport)
    Planning (co-ordinating public-private partnerships, second opinion on municipal
     spatial pl.)
    Upper secondary schools (age 16-19)
    Health (dental care, public health)


 Personal responsibilities:
    Regional development (Business & Innovation)
    Business gardens/-incubators
    Health Technology
    EU-programme Interreg III/IV
    ”Export venture Trøndelag”
    International relations (Council of Tampere Region)
                                        Triangel Group
                                                 Jan Eirik Grønseth

   Established in 1984

   23 employees                                             Development in the annual turnover for
                                                                     the Triangel Group
                                                                          2002-2006
   The employees owns 97 % of the companies
                                                        35



   Offices in Molde, Kristiansund and Ålesund
                                                        30
   Turnover in 2006: 29,5 MNOK
       Continuous growth




                                                 MNOK
                                                        25

   Business areas
      Management Consulting
      Software Development                             20



      ASP Operations
   Focus on                                            15
                                                               2002     2003     2004     2005        2006
                                                                                 Year
       Health Care Market
       Resource management
                     Systems for effective resource
                                      management
                                                                    Terje Åshamar
                                                • minVakt – System for filling short-term job
                                                  vacancies, creating rota and electronic list of
                                                  schedule

                                                • Bloodhound – The easy way getting blood
                                                  donors; recruitment, interactive scheduling and
                                                  effective call-up by SMS messages

                                                • minTimeliste – Effective registration of work
                                                  hours through SMS and Internet

                                                • minAvtale – Scheduling & call-up system for
Some references                                   patients
    • Hospitals
      Molde, Kristiansund, Ålesund, St. Olavs   • minPortal – Web publishing and hosting
      Levanger, Namsos, Volda
    • 40 local governments > 18.000 users       • Custom software development (.NET)
    • 2 million outgoing SMS per year


                              Simplifying daily routines

				
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