Molecular Warehouse, backed by Oxford Technology, has a disruptive, patent-pending biosensor technology designed to enable people to monitor their health using their smartphones. First applications will be for kidney transplantation and chronic stress. The in vitro diagnostic device market is $58bn.
Biscuiteers is an award-winning online retailer of handmade iced biscuits. Launched in 2007, the company has been profitable every year since incorporation and is currently turning over £3 million. The team are raising finance to accelerate growth and drive international expansion.
mooVmoo has created an easy & affordable video editing platform which lets consumers upload cam & mobile footage, to be turned into memorable short movies by a global network of freelance video editors, to be shared at home or online.
Beelivery aims to take the inconvenience out of the convenience store by providing a 90-minute delivery service. Having already fulfilled thousands of orders since launching early 2015, Beelivery have achieved an average of 15% monthly revenue growth since launch.
Wamo is a social discovery app designed to make it easy for brands to engage with consumers, and for consumers to benefit from discovering and sharing ideas and brands with others. Users engage with brands through prize-led games in the app and can easily share favourite products and brands.
HealthUnlocked is a social network for health, providing peer to peer support and a range of products to improve health outcomes and reduce costs of delivering healthcare. We connect millions of people each year, providing relevant information, products and services to better manage their health.
Established in 2011, Gower Brewery has grown to an award-winning brewery that has sold over 700,000 pints of beer across five countries in the last 12 months. The company is working with the Carlsberg sales team to promote its products via the pub estate.
With a growth rate of 213% in online sales this year, Huez uses advanced sportswear fabrics to create a truly stylish range of cycling clothing. Launched in 2014, the team, including a former designer from Paul Smith, has designed and manufactured cycling apparel sold to premium retail outlets.
Each year asbestos contributes to 100,000 deaths. Alert Technology aims to be part of the solution with a real-time airborne asbestos warning device. Partnered with the University of Hertfordshire, the technology has been developed with £1.5m in EU grants.
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