Here is the list of the teams that pitched and a short description of their project (will be edited with links as they come along).
WINNER: SmartWard – an app that aims to reduce human error in hospitals by introducing a streamlined, paperless solution to patient care. SmartWard creates an electronic version of the patient’s Handover sheet and integrates a task management system for hospital staff.
1. Memoly – an online education platform to help make revision easier for students. Users upload their lecture notes to Memoly and it files them away intelligently.
2. Stamp Eater – a simple way of consolidating loyalty cards and providing additional information about the customer to the merchant.
3. Bake it, Sell it – an online marketplace for small bakers.
4. Cakewalk – an app for making the process of mergers and acquisitions smoother by simplifying the process to keep everything in one place, minimising the risk of error.
5. Yuzu – an all-in-one app for hotels that would allow guests to control all aspects of their stay and hoteliers to keep tabs on their rooms.
6. Parker – an app that finds you find a spare parking space and pay for it.
7. Rise: the app – an app to help people meet their personal goals by punishing them when they fail to meet those goals.
8. StoreBerry – a service for creating affordable white label apps for small businesses.
9. MiniMobb – a Meetup service for people to hang out and talk about news stories they’re interested in.
10. Face My Career – a marketplace where jobhunters can connect with professionals for career counselling or practice interviews.
11. Camerabot – a subscription service for drone-assisted reporting so that large media organisations can minimise the risks to journalists.
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