Startups - with their technologies often conceived as a solution to a particular problem - are uniquely placed to provide answers to particular environmental issues. To mark Earth Day, we’ve taken a look at some key environmental pinch points and a few of the most promising tech solutions to each.
Keen to stay updated on how Covid-19 is impacting the GovTech space? We’ve gathered the best articles on how the UK’s tech industry is responding to the virus so you don’t have to.
At PUBLIC we have never been more certain of the value of technology in making a real difference to people’s lives - here are some of the ways countries across the globe are using tech to tackle Coronavirus.
We spoke to Anas Nader, co-founder of previous GovStart company Patchwork, to hear about how they're getting on since leaving the cohort and their plans for this year.
Earlier this month, previous GovStart company Cera Care acquired Mears Care in a deal worth more than £30m. The acquisition will boost Cera’s employee numbers to 2,000, with 20 offices across the country and the ability to deliver more than 10,000 visits a day. We spoke to co-founder Dr Ben Maruthappu about how Cera has grown since leaving the GovStart programme and what their plans are for 2020!
We interviewed Alexandra Böhmer, CEO of GovStart 2019 company Nepos, to hear about their experience as part of the German cohort and how their solution helps digitalise the older generation.
We spoke to Abeed Mohamed, co-founder of GovStart 2019 company Birdie Care, about how their solution helps care workers and improves the lives of elderly people.
2019 has been a huge year for PUBLIC. From launching the first ever pan-European GovTech program and taking on 14 new companies, to moving into PUBLIC Hall and doubling our team across four offices - here are some of our top achievements from this year. JANUARY GovStart company Patchwork is nominated for the 2019 HSJ [...]