This is a guest post by Vicky & Dave at VIDA Training. VIDA Training provides professional bespoke training and consultancy services across London and the South East, specialising in Vision Impairment and Disability Awareness, Communication and Team Building.
Starting up a business can be a nerve wracking process, not least when you realise that many 'great ideas' never leave the ideas stage due to, what I believe is the biggest single obstacle to starting a business, lack of funds. Thanks to a loan from The South West Investment Group we were able to get RoomMate to market.
All the up-to date news and stories on recent RoomMate fittings.
It’s the back end of 2017 and Innovation is as popular as ever. New and smarter personal gadgets seem to spring up every where you look, some proclaiming to be ‘the next generation of this’ or ‘the new way to do that’ and what they all have in common is the idea that they will free us up from the mundane and allow us to become more efficient and give us more time.
This SME built a business around a good idea, for the good of other people. Now they have grown by 300% from government contracts
Celebrity chef, campaigner for better nutrition for our kids and a bit of a geezer giving it the old 'Bish bash bosh on our TV screens’. Yep, that’s the one.
So, welcome to our latest issue. After the recent excitement of the Pitch@Palace and Venturfest day we're back down to earth continuing to share the word on RoomMate. In this issue we'll tell you all that's happened over the last month, including a few more firsts!
We thought we'd make this next newsletter a bit special so we've concentrated on our recent experience with the Pitch @ Palace team.
An opportunity to hear again, or if you missed it the first time, our Radio 4 - In touch programme interview with Helen & Steve on the 4th of October including a cameo appearance of the RoomMate that is working in the House of Commons Disabled Access Toilet.
Hi folks, my beautiful wife and Daughter are helping to raise awareness of the RoomMate by doing a swimming challenge to raise funds for our local Disabled Access toilet facility. We'd be grateful if you could help spread the news and, of course, every penny helps!