You may already be supporting our region’s health technologies sector – in academia, finance or professional services. Do please get in touch with us if you think we can help you or you can help us.
We will not pretend that we have all the answers or can provide the solution for every problem ourselves. But we can promise that we have extensive links across the West Midlands. We work cooperatively with business organisations, governments, education and training providers and many other partners. Between us, we can assure you of our full care and attention – we value what you have to offer!
A message from our Executive Chair, David Kidney
As a cluster of health technologies businesses and supporting services, we intend to improve the economic performance of this important sector in the West Midlands.
We plan to focus on building back better after COVID-19, growing the financial value and jobs contributed by the health technologies sector. Priorities for us will include stronger, more resilient, local supply chains, more local procurement of goods and services, relevant skills training, advocacy for the sector and for our region, and helping businesses to have the practical help they may need.
29 March 2021
West Midlands Health Technologies Cluster is open for business
The health technologies sector has been under the spotlight since the start of the pandemic with many firms across the West Midlands rising to the challenge of providing products and solutions to the challenges of Covid-19.
Now a new body is calling for individuals and organisations to come together and collaborate. The West Midlands Health Technologies Cluster (WMHTC) has been set up by innovative individuals and organisations with a view to growing the industry in the region and creating a collective voice to attract further funding.