Four Geovation start-ups presenting where they’re at on their journey so far; a chance to meet our team, to learn more about our founder-friendly, fully-funded Accelerator Programme, which we’re currently inviting applications for; an opportunity to connect with other like-minded individuals, who share an interest in tech and entrepreneurialism – over a slice of pizza and drinks…
What’s not to like about the Tech Wednesday – Geovation Takeover Meetup, taking place next month, in Birmingham we hear you say?!
Innovation Birmingham (IB) is our Midlands-based Geovation partner hub. We have an agreement in place with them, that sees mutual benefits exchanged between both IB and Geovation – resulting in both of our Hubs being able to share out benefits to our respective members. Benefits such as flexible desk space, discounted access to workshops, and collaborative events together are all part of the partnership, so, when IB invited us back to once again curate the line-up for their Tech Wednesday meetup event, we jumped at the opportunity!
What’s happening at the Meetup?
The event will see the following four Geovation start-ups present to Birmingham’s tech and entrepreneurial community:
- Run Friendly are building a vision for urban environments, where running, cycling, scooting & moving actively is every bit as normal as jumping in the car is today – for all or part of the journey. Their mission is to help more people run, cycle & move actively more of the time. RunFriendly is feel good mobility
- Property-Markets is the Money Supermarket of property search, instantly comparing all the properties currently for sale. They have democratised the property search market by making the tools used by large scale property developers available at the click of a button to the individual homebuyer and developer – for free. The software transforms this market, introducing transparency and reducing the likelihood of overpaying for a property, making it a must have for the prospective purchase
- Atmo – provide air quality monitoring for heavy industry, giving site managers a deep understanding of the environments in which their staff operate. Their aim is to develop a system which not only measures the levels of particulates on site, but by using staff location data, predict and therefore help minimise exposure to personnel.
- WatchKeeper International uses the latest geospatial technology and secure cloud services to map clients assets, employees, supply chain and other internal network-connected systems, alongside third-party risk data feeds in real-time, giving organisations and government agencies complete situational awareness via a single pane of glass. This holistic common operating picture allows security and supply chain managers to proactively identify and mitigate threats, respond faster to operational impacts and streamline communications throughout the organisation.
Sounds interesting and you’d like to hear more? Register your place to attend, but be quick as places are limited. We look forward to seeing you in Birmingham next month!