Please provide examples of any previous entrepreneurial initiatives you have pioneered.
In 2015 InnovateUK voted us as one of the top 100 most innovative companies in UK. This award I've received for a post and beam technology which I've started to research also in university in the form of a satellite, spatial tool that came to my mind while I was looking into a structure made of Boron-Carbon-Oxygen. Through this structure I've discovered that one of the connections between molecules look like a house, or an igloo and I've took that research forward into a modular building technology which allows one to scale from one house to a whole tower just by adding more modules together. The structure has special angles which makes it strong like a crystal.
In 2014 I've also incorporated websprint.me through which I self-employed people to get better at selling through digital services and social media. Mainly consultancy but I've helped over 34 freelancers with the money that I've earned from developing web applications for bigger clients. I feel happier when I give something back.
Beyond your existing team, who else are you working with to achieve your objectives, eg partners, advisors, mentors?
Advisory team comprised of non-executive directors and the following:
Ami Shpiro – entrepreneur, director of Innovation Warehouse helps us with investors was a coach and mentor
Rick Hartwig - head of Built Environment at the Institute for Technology plans to help us raise European Commission funding
Ian Lucey from Lucey Fund made us a deal for each £1 invested he invests another £2 to a maximum of £100,000.
We also work with Ryan
Maciej van der Steen - formally aerospace engineer helps us with European Commision deliveries such as miss-communications