Pangea signs global mHealth partnership with Ideas in Medicine

Dan Cunliffe, managing director, Pangea

Ideas in Medicine are experts in working with partners to realise their healthcare and medical innovation and taking it to market, utilising the Ideas in Medicine global network of innovators, investors, entrepreneurs, legal minds, distributors, marketers and mentors.

Pangea is a global IoT Solutions provider and was a clear choice to form a partnership with Ideas in Medicine when it came to supporting the mobile health and IoT Health opportunities.

For those who have not come across the term IoT, it stands for Internet of Things and is said to be the the next major growth area within the Telecoms market on a global scale. Gartner estimates that the Internet of Things (IoT) will support total services spending of $235 billion in 2016, up 22% from 2015.

Graeme Smith, director & founder, Ideas in Medicine
Graeme Smith, director & founder, Ideas in Medicine

“The current opportunity for the IoT market within the health sector is truly exciting. mHealth showed a significant growth in the last year, from 19% to 28%. The team at Ideas in Medicine are doing exceptional work to help many companies and great ideas become world leaders in their field. By combining our global platform for connectivity and IoT solutions, we hope that this partnership can only accelerate the growth of these mHealth opportunities.” – Dan Cunliffe, managing director, Pangea.

Director and founder Graeme Smith has worked in the healthcare and medical products market for 25 years and has worked in 55 different countries internationally. “We are very excited to bring a global IoT and connectivity provider to our offering for our clients. Pangea have a global presence and a capability to deliver a part or all of a mHeath solution for our clients” – Graeme Smith, Director and founder at Ideas in Medicine.

For more information, please write to: contact@pangea-group.net

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