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 [...]
On Friday 29 November 2019, Cyan Forensics and PUBLIC invited a range of innovators and other stakeholders from the online safety community to meet in Westminster. The group gathered to discuss the challenges and opportunities in front of them.
Local authorities run the risk of letting down citizens that depend on them if they fail to respond to consumer appetites for digitisation of basic services. Earlier this year, citizen engagement startup (and GovStart 2018 participant) Novoville issued a survey, with the purpose of identifying citizens perceptions about the services their local government provides. Here we take a look at the results of the survey, and explore some of the key findings surrounding the digitalisation of local services.
With a startup ecosystem valued at $4.5 billion, the capital of Bavaria is now becoming increasingly attractive for entrepreneurs wishing to improve people's lives - from healthcare to smart city to ethical finance.
Chris Worsey, co-founder of Coursematch, speaks to PUBLIC about why he started Coursematch and how joining the GovStart 2019 cohort will help them on their journey to transform the university application process.
SpaceTech is a quickly growing area of GovTech, with far more applications than many realise. This week, Alp Kuleli is looking at SpaceTech in focus.