Nice to meet you! We are a diverse team of health tech enthusiasts working to make adoption possible at scale.

Our team
Jesper Grønbæk
  • Founder & CEO
Jesper was trained as an economist and management consultant, then helped software companies grow & scale for a decade, before mortgaging his house and being a software entrepreneur  himself. Four years ago, Jesper devoted all his working time and effort to health tech, since he is intrigued with the possibilities of what the right health tech solutions can do for people, patients, staff, and the economy. Privately he keeps healthy by spending time on a bicycle. 
Martin Vesterby
  • Head of Clinical Impact
The doctor on the team has set his eyes on trying to diagnose the healthcare sector and find in what way it’s relevant to treat it with digital solutions. Not to apply solutions just because it’s doable but to work on what’s useable. He helps the sector adopt evidence-based solutions that bring value to patients, society, and the business behind.      
Anett Falussy
  • Head of Communications & Events
A tech ecosystem builder for 7+ years, Anett has previously worked with hardware, deep tech and fintech; on tech conferences, acceleration and global scaling. Thrives on creating meaningful connections, loves a well-written sentence and a well-executed event. She tends to break the ice with a bad joke or a science fiction quote - or a combination thereof. Anett is perpetually running out of bookshelf space, enjoys running and yoga, and wants to see more women in tech.
Jannik Zeuthen
  • Head of Policy & Partnerships
Jannik has a background in finance and management consulting in Deloitte, then changed scene (and suits) in 2015 to work with non-profits and NGOs, especially patient organizations. To get him enthusiastic, talk to him about cross-sector collaboration, patient needs, management tools (such as Scrum) and business intelligence dashboards. Outside work, he spends hours in camouflage doing nature photography, works on the board of Animal Protection Denmark (Dyrenes Beskyttelse), occasionally teaches at CBS and tries to launch an (entirely unsuccessful) e-sports career.
Line Rasmussen
  • Project Coordinator
With a broad background that extends from the Danish healthcare system as a nurse, to a pharmaceutical company, NGO, and social work in a Danish municipality, the ability to coordinate and collaborate across teams' are essential competencies, used to support the HTHC team and the health tech ecosystem. Mainly getting positive energy from seeing all the health tech solutions elevate today's healthcare and make everyday life better for both patients and healthcare professionals. Privately keeping a healthy mind with gardening and family fun.
Tanya Valchanova
  • Student Assistant
Tanya has a diverse background successfully working with marketing, SoMe campaigns and executing events while being part of the vibrant world of startups, NGO’s and self-driven projects within sustainability, feminism and communal dining. Tanya is excited to be part of the revolution where health and tech come along to strive for better healthtech ecosystem. Alongside, she is studying for her Master’s in Social Entrepreneurship and Management at the Roskilde university. She loves to bring people together, raise awareness of societal issues and occasionally going for a dip in Nordhavn to get grounded.
Giulia Galimberti
  • Student Assistant
Giulia (also known as Lia) is currently working on analysing the Danish health tech ecosystem and maintaining the internal HTCH database. She has a background in Genetics from the UK and is currently studying Business Administration and Innovation in Healthcare at CBS. She recently moved to Copenhagen, and she is keen to explore the city, as well as the rest of Denmark. In her free time, you will find her curled up with a good book, baking elaborate (and often disastrous) desserts, and watching movies with friends.
Mafalda Camara
  • Health Tech Consultant
Mafalda is trained as a biomedical engineer and has an international experience across the academic, industrial, and clinical worlds. She has a PhD in computer simulation for surgical education, and work experience with driving innovation, specifically in healthcare. Currently, Mafalda works with finding and validating health tech solutions for public and private partners, that when adopted will help millions of patients. A people person, driven by curiosity and thriving on learning from others (and FOMO), traveling, and experiencing different cultures.
Sean Rehn
  • Health Tech Analyst
Sean has a background in working with pharmaceuticals and consulting, latest at IQVIA where he worked with analytical solutions to assist clients. He is thrilled to be on the forefront of a shift that seeks to transform the intersection of health and technology while also ensuring that it is more responsive, accessible, and equitable for all. Outside of work, you can find Sean reading about geopolitical events or in the kitchen where he enjoys cooking.
Martin Broch Pedersen
  • Business Maturity Manager
Martin has a background in computer science and economics. His skillset comes from working globally with technology and digital solutions for healthcare, as well as working with startups and global corporations. Martin strongly believes that health tech will make a profound impact in the years ahead, but solutions must be user-friendly, evidence-based, and transparent. In his free time, Martin is a big fan of architecture and Copenhagen, and enjoys outdoor activities such as biking, kayaking, or hiking. He recently fell in love with winter bathing.
Board of directors
Mette Dyhrberg
  • Chair of the Board
Henriette Søltoft
Jan Steenhard
André Rogaczewski
Thomas Krogh Jensen