ThermoHuman awarded in the ABSG X GSIC SportsTech China-Global Series 1

ThermoHuman awarded in the ABSG X GSIC SportsTech China-Global Series 1

23/03/2021 By: Ismael Fernández Cuevas y Víctor Escamilla Galindo Events

The Global Sports Innovation Center (GSIC) -powered by Microsoft- together with ABSG have organized the SportsTech China-Global Series 1. This event aimed to build a world class and impactful Sports Tech and Innovation Virtual Event by selecting top international companies that might help to solve challenges from the Chinese market.

More than 200 companies from all over the world applied to the event, and only 20 of them were selected to present their companies/technologies in front of an international jury and members of Chinese institutions (as Wanda Sports, Winter Olympic or Asian Games among others) that were specifically looking for sports technologies solutions.

Some of the selected companies representatives during the event

ThermoHuman was among those 20 top companies, and after the presentation and the jury deliberation, it was awarded with the third position in this event. Besides the recognition, this award entails benefits and the opportunity to join pilot programs with strategic Chinese partners and to get access to selected partnership and supports from ABSG and GSIC.

Among more than 200 companies, ThermoHuman has been awarded as one the winners in the SportsTech China-Global Series 1 competition

Top 10 winners of the SportsTech China-Global Series 1

ThermoHuman team wants to thank ABSG and GSIC for the organization of this event and we feel privileged to be among the 3 best projects to enter the Chinese market.

Europa Thermohuman ThermoHuman has had the support of the Funds of the European Union and the Community of Madrid through the Operational Programme on Youth Employment. Likewise, ThermoHuman within the framework of the Export Initiation Program of ICEX NEXT, had the support of ICEX and the co-financing of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

CDTI Thermohuman has received funding from the Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology (CDTI), in participation with the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), for the R+D activities involved in creating a new tool, based on thermography, for the prediction and prevention of rheumatoid arthritis. See project detail.