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Founded by The Duke of York, Pitch@Palace guides, helps and connects Entrepreneurs and early-stage businesses with potential supporters, including CEOs, Influencers, Angels, Mentors and Business Partners.
Jelly Drops will be pitching at St James’s Palace on 12 June, 2019 for Pitch@Palace 11.0.
We recently carried out an extended trial in a London care home to better understand how Jelly Drops could be integrated into care homes - with fantastic results! This trial has provided invaluable insights as we build towards launching the product. Jelly Drops will also be made available for purchase to individuals as well as care homes.
Jelly Drops made it into the Top 5 ‘Tech’ finalists of the 2019 The Mayor's Entrepreneur competition - here are the judges sampling our latest prototype at last week’s final. Congratulations to the winners - fellow Imperial College alumni Spyras.
We are delighted to welcome Chris Browne, Co-Founder of Ted Baker has joined the Jelly Drops team as an investor and adviser. Chris brings a wealth of knowledge from his role as Global Retail Director for one of the worlds largest fashion retail companies.
We now have an experienced and dedicated team working around the clock to bring Jelly Drops to market as soon as possible. Lewis, Claudia and Nick met whilst studying on the Innovation Design Engineering (MA/MSc) at Imperial College London and The Royal College of Art.
Jelly Drops have been announced as winner of The Meaning-Centred Design Award in the Student - Healthcare category. This award recognises those design innovations that master the emotional and cultural meanings that drive consumer behaviour.
Lewis Hornby talks about Jelly Drops on BBC World Service radio as part of their “People Fixing The World” series. Listen to ‘Smart Stimulation for People with Dementia’ here.
Jelly Drops were awarded the prestigious DESIRE award for ‘Social Impact’ by the Dyson School School of Design Engineering at Imperial College London for Jelly Drops. The award is given to individual students or groups who have had an outstanding piece of design work.
Jelly Drops have been awarded the prestigious Helen Hamlyn Snowdon Award for Disability. Judge's comment: "I was really moved by the very personal understanding of a problem and the excellent scientific and compassionate solution – combining essential hydration with a bit of joy"