SpeakSet is the world’s simplest remote care service. It enables clinicians to talk to patients using video calling on TVs. The technology was designed with a focus on accessibility for older patients and is multi-award winning in this category. The company was acquired in April 2017 by a partnership of healthcare providers that deliver services to 2.4 million people with 3,400 staff.
Adi Kasliwal studied engineering at Oxford University and has worked on supercars at McLaren.
Ewan Marshall studied physics at Bristol University and was building back-end systems for the likes of Vodafone before the two met on Entrepreneur First.