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GoCo House Welcomes MedTech-Exclusive Advisors to GoCo Health Innovation City

MedTech consultancies Clarvin, Devicia, Kickfile, Lea Reg & Limulus Bio choose GoCo House as their new office. As full-service partners to MedTech and IVD companies, GoCo Health Innovation City and the new Life Science cluster, is ideal.

- This was an easy choice. The match between our group’s passion and in-depth medtech expertise, and the visionary courage from GoCo promise many exciting projects ahead, says Elisabeth Liljensten, CEO of Devicia.

Through a close collaboration between Clarvin, Devicia, Kickfile, Lea Reg & Limulus Bio the companies offers full-service solutions for MedTech and IVD companies within e.g. strategic guidance, regulatory affairs, clinical investigations, quality assurance and biocompatibility. Next year, the companies move in to GoCo House with the ambition to continue the strong growth with new and existing partners.

- We share the same vision as the GoCo community. As nominated experts working globally with standardization, our participation at the table provides our clients with an inside perspective to the changing regulations. This is a fundamental principle for all our companies and we are now looking forward to share our knowledge within the new life science community at GoCo Health Innovation City, explains Sofia Nordgren CEO of Kickfile.

- The personal meeting is essential. With GoCo House, a new meeting place for life science companies in western Sweden has been created, presenting new opportunities for knowledge exchange. We can’t wait” declares Åsa Runnäs, CEO of Clarvin.

Alexander Kronberg, business developer at GoCo Health Innovation City, welcomes the partner companies and is happy that they have chosen to relocate to GoCo House.

- It is gratifying to bring expansive companies to the district, and I’m convinced that the partner groups’ expertise will be valuable in many ways. At GoCo House, there is plenty of opportunities to grow, above all, to grow together. The type of service that the companies is offering is necessary to support the development of life science and I also find that the partner companies will be great contributors to the entire collaboration culture, says Alexander Kronberg.

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