We fuel
You leap

Frogleap is a new accelerator model designed to fuel startups in E-health to rapidly pressure test and validate their businesses to scale. It provides deep industry expertise through structured programming, bespoke one-on­one consulting sessions, curated access to an expanded group of industry experts and exposure to a syndicate of potential investors. Together we build the next generation of technologies transforming healthcare!

Our Mentors

ANN-CHARLOTTE BECKMAN
Managing Director of Netdoktor.se
Ann-Charlotte has extensive experience in senior positions in the life science and pharmaceuticals with a focus on strategic marketing andbusiness development. Since 2002 Managing Director of Netdoktor -leading health portal and NetdoktorPro – medical tool for doctors.Ann-Charlotte is also a Board member of Netdoktor and Visiba groupand has wide experience of working as a mentor.
DANIEL ZAND
CEO and Co-founder Phoodster AB
Daniel is an entrepreneur and investor. Prior to starting Phoodster, Daniel was a consultant at Helseplan Consulting AB and Management Consultant at Valcon AB. Daniel has also been Head of Operations and Corporate Development at his very successful family company Avesina AB that specializes in hearing aids.
Dennis C. Søndergård
Senior Advisor at Nordic Centre for Welfare and Social Issues, Nordic Council of Ministers
Dennis is experienced in navigating the links between healthcare and development and in creating tools that help public authorities implement Assisted Living Technologies – everything from strategies, needs analysis, technology screening tools to implementation models. Dennis is also an experienced project manager, having worked with everything from technology evaluations to large EU projects.
Deborah Lygonis
Chairman of Refind Technologies
Deborah has worked as business developer, speaker and lecturer at Constant Innovation helping and working with startups for over 20 years. Deborah is Chairman of the Board at Refind Technologies and co-founder of Sweticket AB, Palderio AB, Craft Animations & Entertainment AB and Great Clarity AB. She is also board member of Challengera AB and Executive Chairman at Emanuel Andrén Gastronomy AB. She has experience from software companies, game publishers, life science and the food industry.
ERIC TIZIONI
Business Development Leader at GE Healthcare
Eric is an experienced leader with more than 17 years experience in global business strategy, business development and change management projects. Eric has experience in diverse roles ranging from executive marketing to sales management in life sciences, healthcare and investment banking.
Gunnar Wormbs
Director of Operational Excellence at GE Healthcare
Gunnar has been with GE Healthcare since 2001 where today he is responsible for all support functions in production including maintenance, product quality, validation, lean manufacturing and system support. Gunnar has a keen knowledge of chemical and pharmaceutical production.
HANNES HELANDER
Partner & Entrepreneur at Let’s Make Great!
Hannes is running Let’s Make Great’s (Shanghai) activities in Sweden and Europe focusing on open innovation. Hannes’ broad experience in Agile and Lean Startup methodologies gives him the skills to work closely with teams and organizations to improve processes and maximize the returns of Agile. Hannes has worked more than 20 years for large organizations as well as startups in Asia and Europe.
JENNY SÖDERBERG
Senior eHealth Consultant at Bouvet Sweden
Jenny has experience from patient adherence, medical devices, decision support software etc. Previously Jenny was Managing Director of Health Solutions AB and Managing Director and Business Coach at SSE Business Lab AB. As business coach Jenny supported successful startups such as Klarna and Pocketklubben in the early stages of taking their business ideas to market.
Joakim Söderberg
COO and Founder of Health Solutions
In 2012 Health Solutions merged with Läkemedelstjänster. Joakim has been involved in creating applications in 17 different disease areas. The main focus today is infectious diseases, oncology, and inflammatory diseases. Their products are being used in Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Tanzania and Zimbabwe. Joakim is also board member of The Swedish Pharmaceutical Society.
Julien Mauroy
Course director, Design Thinking at Stockholm School of Entrepreneurship and cycling entrepreneur
Julien fosters the innovation capabilities of interdisciplinary teams with mindsets, strategies and tools from the world of design. Previously involved with the development of design thinking programs at the Paris-Est d.school in collaboration with Stanford University.
MATHIAS EKMAN
Senior Industry Market Developer at Microsoft
Mathias is responsible for business development and partner strategy for the Healthcare sector in Sweden. Mathias has had a number of different positions at Swedish consulting firms such as CTO and Business Area Manager. Prio to his time in the IT industry Mathias worked as an researcher and has a PhD in Theoretical Physics.
Mats Olsson
Director Health & Healthcare, Kairos Future
Mats is a consultant and the Director of Health & Healthcare at Kairos Future. He has extensive experience in managing future projects within the health and healthcare industry, and has previously held leading positions in the pharmaceutical industry. He has authored numerous publications and books and is a very popular speaker on the subject. Mats have basic medical training with a specialization in Sports Medicine, and has also studied leadership in England and the USA, as well as business and IT.
MAX SAKAJJA
Business Development & Strategy at Envirotainer
Max is a corporate finance specialist with an extensive experience from pharma and biotech. Broad corporate development background within M&A/licensing/divestment experience across the entire value chain. Max has been actively involved in all major transactions within Biovitrum and Swedish Orphan Biovitrum since 2007-2013. Expert in valuation of life science R&D projects/pipelines, with strong operational skills to drive the commercialization of R&D pipeline.
Oliver Trepte
Senior Vice President and co-founder of HotSwap AB
Hotswap is an experienced consulting engineering company with 100 employees in Sweden and Germany and with a focus on life science development and IT. Hotswap works in all phases of the product lifecycle – from concept and innovations, through design, verification, production startup to process validation, product maintenance, support, regulatory approval and upgrades. HotSwap has a strong position in eHealth, and supports a variety of life science companies in getting their products connected.
Oskar Thunman
Healthcare Information Architect at Callista Enterprise
Oskar’s focus is on IT related solutions within healthcare. Oskar is also a co-organizer of the Health 2.0 Stockholm chapter. Specialties: Information architecture, solution architecture in e-health and business development in mHealth.
Per Englund
Innovation Project Manager at Karolinska University Hospital
Per runs the Innovation Lab for eHealth at Karolinska University Hospital focusing on big data, mobile eHealth, ‘follow the patient’ and governance. Previously Per was Director Telecom Business Consulting at CGI / Logica, a global IT and business process services provider with 69 000 professionals in 40 countries.
Roland-Philippe Kretzschmar
Founder & Chairman of Future Health Lab
Future Health Lab is a Stockholm based Think Tank with the ambition to collect, create and collaborate around information and issues related to health and wellbeing. Roland is also the founder & Managing Director of Raw Agency Sweden, as well as being on the board of Åsö Vårdcentral, Allytec and the Swiss Chamber of Commerce.
Sarah Wamala
Professor of Health policy and Leadership at Karolinska Institute
Sarah is a consultant in global health policies and leadership development at Oxen Impact and a Global Health Care Thought Leader at the Center for Health Care Innovation in Chicago. Previously Sarah has been Director General at the Swedish Government Offices (Regeringskansliet), The Ministry of Health and Social Affairs (Socialdepartementet) and the Swedish National Institute of Public Health (Statens Folkhälsoinstitut).
Sjoerd Haasl
Director Clinical Innovation Fellowships at KTH
At KTH Sjoerd has the overall operational and strategic responsibility for an elite entrepreneurship program, leading interdisciplinary teams consisting of experienced professionals with backgrounds in medicine, technology, design, economics and management. Sjoerd is also the Acting Director at The Center for Technology in Medicine and Health.
Sune Kaae
Head of Production Innovation & Prototyping at Great Works
Sune has worked in New York, London and Copenhagen creating award-winning work for clients such as Nike, Intel, Microsoft and Nikon. His focus is on physical computing and prototyping. Sune holds a BSc in computer science from UCL and certifications from PMI, Scrum Alliance and Microsoft.
Tom Sundelin
Managing Director at Holsun Medical AB
Tom is an international MedTech Consultant and former CEO at Quickels Systems AB and IM-Medico AB. Tom has also spent eight years as Sales Director at Aerocrine, a fast growing medical technology company focused on improving the treatment of patients with inflamed airways.

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