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[email protected] success for three SETsquared companies

Three SETsquared member companies DoodleMaths from Bath and Bristol-based Inductosense and Inclusive Media Solutions took part in the [email protected] 6.0 Bootcamp on Friday 14th October and will now all go on to take part in the [email protected] 6.0 event at St James’s Palace on 2nd November.

Particular congratulations goes to DoodleMaths, which has been selected to pitch at the event.

[email protected] was established by The Duke of York to help entrepreneurs get their tech business idea in front of a global audience of influencers who can catapult it to the next level. In less than three years it has helped over 200 businesses grow, with some now enjoying huge global success.

At the Bootcamp, companies receive support and guidance in developing and sharpening their pitch and identifying business needs, such as investment, introductions or strategic guidance.

Here’s a profile of the SETsquared companies going through:

DoodleMaths by EZ Education

DoodleMaths blends the best features of 1-2-1 tuition and education technology to create personalised, adaptive and intuitive maths programmes. Backed by a recent University of Bath study and countless testimonials from delighted parents and teachers, it’s proven to get results. Using algorithms rather than human judgement DoodleMaths determines what a child needs to learn and consolidate. And, as it’s built for mobile, children can learn this anytime, anywhere.


The Inductosense team has invented a compact hand-held device known as WAND – Wireless and Non-Destructive system. It utilises wireless, battery-free ultrasonic sensors that can be embedded or attached to a structure to conduct fast, reliable and low-cost inspections of cracks, defects or corrosion across a range of applications.

Inclusive Media Solutions

Inclusive Media Solutions believe video is the most powerful means of communication for people with Learning Disabilities. It’s product EasyVideo could help 133,000 people with learning disabilities in the UK become independent and reduce the need for paid care. Users scan QR codes fixed to household items and watch a video that demonstrates how to use it.

SETsquared’s Programme Director, Karen Brooks, also successfully mentored a company – SenergyNI – to a pitching slot at the St James’s Palace event.

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