RADIUS is accepting applications for our next Trampoline Business Model Validation Program and Slingshot Accelerator cohorts!

APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN 

We are thrilled to announce that applications are now open for the fall cohorts of the Trampoline Business Model Validation Program and Slingshot Accelerator cohorts!

Ventures supporting the prevention and early detection of chronic diseases (particularly those for which lifestyle is a contributing factor) are encouraged to apply.

Areas of interest include:

  • Food and nutrition
  • Physical activity and exercise
  • Responsible use of tobacco or alcohol
  • Healthy habit formation

How are Trampoline and Slingshot different?

Trampoline Business Model Validation Program

An eight-session pre-accelerator for very early stage health promotion ventures to turn ideas into action and gain traction.

The Trampoline program tests your business model for alignment in three key areas:

The problem

Are you addressing a real and impactful problem?

The solution

Is your potential solution viable and effective?

The entrepreneur

Are you ready to move this project forward right now?

LEARN MORE about and APPLY FOR the Trampoline Business Model Validation Program.

Applications are closing soon!

Slingshot Accelerator Program

A six-month intensive program that supports early stage health promotion ventures to become investment, market, and growth ready.

This program combines cohort-based learning and direct mentorship (experts, advisors, partners, funders and clients in the health sector).

RADIUS offers a $25K equity investment in each venture that successfully completes the Slingshot Accelerator program. 

LEARN MORE about and APPLY FOR the Slingshot Accelerator Program. 

Applications are closing soon!

CONTACT

If you have questions about these programs or about RADIUS’ Health Promotion Lab, please contact Kelsey Klaver, Lab Manager at kklaver@radiussfu.com.

Health Promotion Lab

Trampoline and Slingshot programs are part of RADIUS’ Health Promotion Lab, which uses venture incubation and systems engagement to support the prevention and early detection of chronic diseases, particularly those for which lifestyle is a contributing factor. Working at the intersection of behaviour change and systems change, the Health Promotion Lab will help drive innovative interventions in pressing health crises, including the prevalence of type 2 diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, and different cancers. Areas of interest for the Health Promotion Lab include:

  • Food and nutrition
  • Physical activity and exercise
  • Responsible use of tobacco or alcohol
  • Healthy habit formation

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