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A neon sign saying ‘level up’ is shown. Level up is written in yellow neon lights
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Over the last 12 months, we’ve all undergone a rapid upskilling in digital tools for workshopping (you all know why, so I won’t even mention the ‘C’ word). One of the stand-out tools for me has been Miro. …

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The Assistive Tech Impact Fund is the world’s first investment vehicle dedicated to scaling assistive technology innovation and provision in emerging markets.

Given our role as a driving force in this emergent sector, we know that demonstrating our impact will be crucial to building upon early momentum within the AT…

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As anyone who has ever set up an investment Fund knows, launching hides months of hard work in the background, requiring a village of people with varied skillsets and backgrounds to bring it to life. As a specialist fund in assistive technology, we have a core team of experts who…

This post was co-authored with Bethany Kanten, Catalyst Fund

The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that there are over a billion people in the world right now who need Assistive Technology(AT). 90% of them currently live without it. This estimate is predicted to rise to 2 billion by 2050 [1]

What is Assistive Tech, who is it for, and what does it enable?

When we use the term Assistive Technology (AT), we usually think about products like wheelchairs and walking sticks, hearing aids and eye-glasses, prosthetics and digital or mobile devices. …

Rhys Williams

I work between entrepreneurship, product development and assistive technology. I write content about all three and occasionally throw in self-reflections.

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