Start-ups on accelerator programme share investment cash

October 29th, 2015

Four Birmingham-based start-ups have been selected to receive the maximum amount available per company, which is £14,482. They are Intesys Ltd, which is developing the i-Magine predictive heating controller – a device that learns the dynamic thermal characteristics of domestic properties; Borroclub.co.uk , a marketplace for people to rent out their idle household items to others who live in the locality; SPICA Technologies , which is developing a risk management tool to control Legionella and Truckulus, a a combined transport management system and return loads marketplace with a smartphone component, designed to significantly reduce the number of empty journeys made by hauliers.

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