The Chicago Booth Angels Network will be hosting its Autumn pitch event in London.


Chicago Booth in London
Woolgate Exchange, 1st floor
25 Basinghall Street
London, United Kingdom

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The Chicago Booth Angels Network is pleased to announce the companies that have been invited to pitch:

SafeHouse leverages cloud-based technology to provide military grade protection on endpoints with (and without) the click of a button

SafeHouse has developed a core technology in the cloud that is capable of detecting and preventing cyber threats in real-time - without reducing Internet speed. Using signature detection and AI-driven behavioural analysis engines SafeHouse strives to provide a high degree of protection. The technology can be deployed via VPN tunnel through an application, or we can do an agentless implementation from the Telco / ISP back-end - this does not require any software, or application to be downloaded on the device.

Bringing Customer Relationships to Life

Sentle understands the key to maintaining meaningful, personal and long lasting customer relationships is strong communication and intuitive data management. Sentle provides intuitive organisation and productivity features with fully integrated multi-channel communication in a cloud-based system that's perfect for start-ups to SMEs and works right out of the box. Its modular architecture allows companies to have easy access to their perfect mix of features across contact / CRM management, telephony, SMS, document management, email and calendar management and productivity management. Sentle is revenue generating and currently looking for investment to scale the business.

The e-learning platform that puts people in control of their financial life

Blackbullion is on a mission to raise students' financial resilience and disrupt the $55B student support industry. Blackbullion exists at the intersection of fintech, education and big data. Its SaaS powered eLearning platform provides independent, effective financial education for students with content, quizzes and surveys that provide actionable data insights for universities to maximise student success; thereby saving universities millions in lost revenue and unproductive staff hours. The platform is deployed in universities across the UK & Australia and the vision is to expand into the SME market in 2019.

Transforming healthcare through predictive monitoring

Transformative believes that predictive analytics holds the power to transform healthcare. Transformative uses machine learning to deliver personalized, predictive monitoring services, which gives patients with chronic disease early warning of imminent complications. This empowers both patients and healthcare providers to prepare for, and potentially prevent, life-threatening complications. Transformative's first product is CardioAI, a cardiac monitoring software that is able to detect minute changes in patient physiology to predict Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Transformative is backed by one of Europe's top accelerators, Entrepreneur First, which specializes in deep technology companies.

Smart garment technology for sports and medical applications

KYMIRA has been developing smart garment technologies for multi-vertical applications since 2013. The company focuses their commercialization efforts on the sportswear and medical industries for the greatest impact. As part of this mission, a consumer facing sportswear brand was established to achieve initial revenue. Today KYMIRA Sport is the world's leading producer of infrared performance and recovery sportswear, with customers across the globe. KYMIRA continues to develop its medical technology and is focused on an initial smart garment that can detect the precursors to a heart attack to aid prevention and emergency response.

Generic Robotics
Generic Robotics is a developer of advanced hardware and software for simulation, training and next generation human-computer interfaces

Generic Robotics is a haptic (recreating sense of touch in computer interaction) technology company. It has built a platform (software & hardware) with a wide range of potential uses. Its initial product is the world's first general purpose simulation workstation for clinical skills such as surgery and dentistry. Different skills can be taught on the same workstation simply by adding additional software modules. Generic Robotics has secured initial sales to several universities and we intends to make its platform open to other application developers with a view to becoming the platform of choice for third party haptic development.


£25 (includes networking drinks)


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Deadline: 11/9/2017


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