News | November Shell LiveWIRE Grand Ideas Award Winners Announced
Thursday 5th January 2012
4 young entrepreneurs have been been named as winners in the £1,000 Shell LiveWIRE Grand Ideas Awards for October 2011.
Those young entrepreneurs are:
Munonyara (Liztan Solutions)
Liztan Solutions is a mobile technology
business providing innovative and bespoke digital solutions which include
developing mobile and web applications that solve problems within the education
sector. The business recently soft-launched its first downloadable app StudyKit
Pro™ for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch devices.
This app was successfully approved by Apple
Inc and the business aims to grow in 2012, developing the StudyKit™ brand into
a trademark and umbrella of sub-brands covering different educational topics.
Aniboxx is an animation production studio
specialising in animated info graphics videos which can be used for viral
sharing. Aniboxx focuses on creative videos that communicate information and
business messages in an entertaining and easily sharable way.
Aniboxx videos enable complex or long-winded
explanations of ideas or products to be quickly presented and understood. The business also supports clients with
techniques and advice on SEO and viral sharing to effectively target and share
their Aniboxx video with their target market online.
Allen (Oomph Wellness Limited)
The Oomph offers falls reduction exercise
therapy sessions, dance therapy sessions and art therapy sessions. These
sessions are designed for residents living within the care sector. These
residents are often under-stimulated and in need of social interaction and
creative expression. Oomph Wellness Limited encourages as many people to take
part as possible. The business believes each session should provide an hour to
an hour and a half of joy in what can be quite a silent life.
Thomas (SQR Systems Limited)
SQR Systems offers a new approach to
improving national security and public safety by empowering individuals with
enhanced information. The business achieves this using its proprietary
encryption technology together with cutting-edge compression techniques to
produce innovative software solutions. The current consumer market offers
powerful portable devices with extraordinary processing powers and the current
economic climate has made these off-the-shelf products much more attractive in
the security industry due to the low cost of deployment over custom solutions. The
software enables security forces and first responders to stay connected to
secure, real-time information using portable devices such as smartphones and
Comisserations to Charlotte Nicol (Experience the Arts), Christina Larkin (co-deal), Toledo Hung (Tipgain), Gavin Edley (www.storagepricecomparison.com
) and Richard Hewitt (SpinCycle Solutions Limited
) who were shortlisted but did not win this time around.
Win Funding for Your Business
If you think that you or your business has what it takes to win a £1,000 Shell LiveWIRE Grand Ideas Award you can apply online now via our Awards page