Do You Have Technology to Solve the World's Greatest Problems?
We help great entrepreneurs, working with great technology to solve the world's greatest problems from a Great British worldwide HQ. Our services are free. We open doors to investors and customers as well as strategic advice.
Many of the companies we work with are working on UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The Global Entrepreneur Programme
Attacking the Greatest Problems
The British Government's Global Entrepreneur Programme was established to help the world's best entrepreneurs go global from the UK through the help of Dealmakers such as the founder of this site and initiative. It is a free service. One such Dealmaker has taken this idea to focus on the the greatest tech from around the world to solve the world's greatest problems through the Programme.
We concentrate on the following areas:
Female founders - the world needs more entrepreneurs, women are unjustly facing more obstacles than men
Technologies which make democracy more transparent and effective giving a voice to all
Environmental protection technologies
Medical tech which will save lives, especially of the most vulnerable in society
What the Global Entrepreneur Programme as a whole has so far achieved:
Committed to Tackle the Greatest Problems
Raised over £1 billion of private investment for companies (source UK Govt 2019)
Helped add more than £1 billion in market valuation of the companies since working with them
Raised investments, found key staff, made deals with customers, accessed government resources for exports
Companies We've Helped from accessing Government Resources, Angel/VC Funding, Staffing, Offices to Customers in Some Cases. All to Help them Scale.
Air for Life
AFL technology began in space with NASA in 1994 when NASA began planning for deep space exploration including proposed manned missions to Mars such as the "Constellation Mission Program", in 2013 which required sustaining life in space for months and years at a time. AFL uses the technology to provide clean air in public transport, hospitals, offices - anywhere there is a pollution problem. We helped them export globally thanks to the UK's International Trade Advisors, and advised on strategy and opening doors to potential customers.
World Wide Generation
A sustainability fintech using blockchain to deliver the most ambitious project in human history, a global resolution to poverty, inequality and climate change by 2030. It shows via dashboards where investments from NGOs, Governments and Corporates go and how the financial and impact returns are made in real time. All the while helping to achieve the United Nation's Social Development Goals.
Healthcare is an ever increasing cost on the public purse. Advatech facilitates 24-hour medical transport for governments, corporate organisations and individual clinics. The technology allows tracking of ambulances and logistics (eg pathology samples). By reducing costs, it ensures more people will have access to the types of care they need.
The Braille literacy rate around the world is abysmal. Literacy rate correlates to employability and affects the economy. Current solutions for teaching braille takes too long and is too expensive. Thinkerbell created Annie™ - the world’s first self-learning device for Braille literacy. It is packed with gamified and interactive content.
SMEs are the bulk of employment and growth provision in an economy. Women tend not to get the funding they need as entrepreneurs. This female founded business using AI/Algorithms to improve lending decisions and thereby potentially boost employment and growth through SMEs.
Finboot uses blockchain to track and trace consumer goods supply chains to ensure safety of users and consumers, and monitoring sustainability practices in the supply chain.
Tuki is a socially motivated and mission focussed business devoted to making the world a better place. We are a big believers in working towards creating the change the society needs. The UN Sustainable Development Goals resonate intimately with all of us at Tuki.
In particular we are doing our best in helping with :
UN Sustainable Development Goal 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth
UN Sustainable Development Goal 10: Reduced Inequality
We believe that everyone deserves to be fuliflled by the work they do. We want to help "make work work for everyone." Starting with trying to help people manage opportunities that suit their financial and personal needs and desires.
$175m is the annual cost to the NHS of additional bed days due to slow diagnosis. 700,000 people are killed worldwide annually due to super-bugs. Our technology is built on advances in glycan chemistry and quantum optics, packaged in an easy to use and scalable offering so bacteria is identified by proprietary nano-material labels.
The speed with which the misinformation, hate speech, and fake news is being spread through various content creation channels is threatening democracy. Citispotter is developing cutting edge AI solutions to detect harmful signals in the content; helping to create positive societal impact.
AGAM is the answer to the real world financial problems faced by the global working poor community.
AGAM helps creating financial IDs for their customers paving way to enter the formal economy.
AGAM promotes financial inclusion by providing interactive education and enabling individuals have access to salary advances on the basis of a unique, alternative credit scoring system.
By working with government we want to accelerate the success of these important technologies. By using our private equity background we can help companies accelerate their growth. This is all a free service, so we vet companies for us to focus on.
How World Wide Generation went from an idea on a piece of paper to an internationally recognised Fintech in just two years
"WWG’s project was first discussed in the House of Lords with one of the UK Government's Dept for International Trade's Global Entrepreneur Programme (GEP) Dealmakers; Alpesh Patel. In April 2017, I was approached by Alpesh with the exciting opportunity to join the GEP. Alpesh was one of the first to recognise the potential of WWG and the G17Eco platform we were building, even if at the time, it was still a drawing on a piece of paper." Read how WWG went on to meet the UK PM, and go global.