Introducing our spring 2017 cohort
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Introducing our spring 2017 cohort

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March 23, 2017

This week we launched our tenth accelerator programme and we couldn’t be more excited to tell you about the eight new tech for good startups we're investing in.All the startups we've selected are using technology to tackle tough social and environmental issues - from a renewable energy device for the developing world, to a new tool for managing mental health, to a platform for improving workplace equality, to an app to mobilise citizen engagement - these startups are on a mission to improve the lives of millions of people.


Team: Alex Tupper, Simon DayApptivism is a citizen engagement platform that provides a fact checked spectrum of views on an issue.

Atticus Link

Team: Joseph Huang, Justin Johnson, Fatiha Zine, Nicoleta Uzorka-IonAtticus Link is an online platform unifying pro-bono efforts in the UK to improve access to legal advice for all.@atticus_link

Dual Good Health

Team: Anna Stoilova, Morgan PageDual Good are developing a virtual reality app for accurate CPR training that provides real-time feedback in a variety of scenarios.@dualgoodhealth

Mental Snapp

Team: Hannah Chamberlain, Tex Dunstan, Manisha PandeyMental Snapp is a video diary app that gives people the skills to manage their mental health effectively. Users can record diary entries, tag feelings and rate their mood. For anyone actively managing their mental

How Do I?

Team: Taryl Law, Tom CassonThe world is not designed for people with learning disabilities to live independently. How Do I? is an app that makes step-by-step life skill videos accessible to people with additional needs, creating more inclusive homes, schools and

The Local Electricity Project

Team: Samson Sahmland-Bowling, Simon PowellThe Local Electricity Project supplies tools and knowledge to the 1.2 billion people without access to electricity, so that they can build their own electricity generators, using recycled motors and local

The Hard Yard

Team: Frankie BennettThe Hard Yard delivers tough workouts, designed and led by people who have been in

The Organise Platform

Team: Nat Whalley, James ReesThe Organise Platform helps women to share their ideas for better workplaces and work with colleagues to push them to become a community plays a big role in supporting startups during the programme, so do get in touch if you can help a team out.