Tamara's business, Synergy, creates radio-controlled, hydrofoil boat kits, that are available pre-assembled or for individuals to build themselves.
Alfie's business, Mouthkit, is looking at ways to improve intra-oral photography to aid tele-dentistry.
Janushan's business, CareIQ aims to increase QOF (quality and outcomes framework) performance by minimising the administration work required by GPs, enabling patients to be monitored remotely.
The Engineers in Business Competition Prize is an incredible opportunity for our University of Southampton students. While the Engineers in Business Fund is open to all engineering students at the University of Southampton, through our SEED Fund Competition, an additional application route has been made available to engineering students from a specific module, which has encouraged much greater diversity in applications and has raised greater awareness of the opportunity. In 2020 our winning student from our University of Southampton Engineers in Business Competition went on to be a winner of the national competition, which is an incredible achievement.
Sarah Rogers, Student Enterprise and Opportunities Manager, University of Southampton