Teach First Innovation Award Winners

“MeeTwo harnesses the benefits of social media to create a new, safe mobile learning platform, especially for children with a less supportive home environment,” said the judges at the Teach First Innovation Awards ceremony in London on Thursday, March 30th. The award is a nationwide competition to find the next big ideas that will help ensure no child’s educational success is limited by their socio-economic background. Winners receive 6 months salary, and an intensive programme of technical training, supportive mentoring and expert advice.

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MeeTwo has been announced runner up in the 6th annual Santander University Entrepreneur Awards in the category “New Technologies and Mobile Applications”. Over 200 applicants representing 90 universities from across the UK entered the competition. MeeTwo was proud to be selected to represent Birkbeck University where Suzi Godson is currently studying for a PhD in psychology.

The prize is a combination of funding, mentoring and coaching from Santander UK and marketing agency Talent Cupboard. Birkbeck University have also committed their support to help make MeeTwo a success.

MeeTwo is a wonderful business developed by the keen minds of Birkbeck PhD Psychology student Suzi Godson and education technologist Dr Kerstyn Comley. Having Birkbeck represented in the Santander Universities Entrepreneurship Awards by Suzi and her social enterprise was a fantastic demonstration of shared values. We are extremely pleased Suzi and Kerstyn’s hard work to date resulted in placing as runner-up in the New Technologies and Mobile Applications category. We now look to the future of MeeTwo and will draw on Birkbeck’s strong network and expertise to ensure Suzi continues to enjoy success as MeeTwo becomes investor-ready.
— Matthew Jayes, Birkbeck Enterprise Pathways

MeeTwo wins a place on the Angel Academe Entrepreneur Programme

We are really pleased to have been selected to be part of this year's Angel Academe Entrepreneur Cohort. The programme is sponsored by the City of London as part of their ongoing commitment to support enterprise and small businesses in the City and its neighbouring boroughs and powered by the Angel Academe community of business leaders and investors. Through monthly meetings covering the different aspects of growing a tech business, the programme offers participants a combination of peer-mentoring and accountability, frequent opportunities to present as well as access to business leaders (male and female!) with a wide range of skills and expertise.

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