ChangeXtra uses counselling, coaching, and access to learning to support and empower women going through the menopause. Creator Claire Mann intends to use the EIBF funding to develop an MVP for the health tracking app that is integral to the service that ChangeXtra will provide.
Claire said, "The support offered by the Fellowship will enable me to develop my product and service to pilot very quickly which enables me to get my business up and running quickly. Thanks to the funding I will be able to engage with experts to advise on all aspects of the product from ethics and storage through to UX and begin rapid development."
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Megan Powell Vreeswijk, Head of Enterprise, Nottingham Trent University