As part of our research for PUBLIC’s upcoming report on the background of GovTech founders we interviewed 8 startup founders to explore some of the challenges and successes encountered when building a GovTech startup.
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 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.
We spoke to Owain Rhys Hughes - founder and CEO of GovStart 2019 company Cinapsis about how their SmartReferrals technology is transforming the working lives of front line hospital staff.
Founders Katie Massie-Taylor and Sarah Hesz from Mush speak to us about their journey with Mush and how the GovStart 2019 program is helping them cement a valuable relationship with the NHS.
With the Polish economy growing rapidly, it’s no surprise that its capital is developing into what will soon be a thriving GovTech ecosystem. Check out the 10 hottest polish GovTech startups.
Traditionally famous for its gaming startups, Reykjavik is slowly but surely becoming home to a number of exciting and innovative GovTech startups. Keep an eye out for these ten tech startups and join us at the GovTech Summit!