Bath tech start-up T-Cup is planning to scale up its business after accessing support from the Digital Innovation Business Acceleration Hub (DBAH).
Through expertise and technology, the company offers personalised support in the field of employee wellbeing; an item high on the agenda following the effects of lockdown and furlough.
T-Cup Founder and tech entrepreneur, Edwyn van Rooney, was a participant on the DBAH programme and received free business consultancy support to help with the development of T-Cup’s strategic growth plans.
The DBAH offers bespoke business support and coaching to help companies in the West of England achieve their potential. The support is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
The programme is open to growth businesses in the digital sector innovating in health, wellbeing and the creative media sectors.
Edwyn van Rooney said, “We live in a rapidly changing world, wherein just a few short months there has been a seismic shift from office to home, resulting in employees having to take more responsibility for themselves. As a result, sustainability and wellbeing have become critical issues in the performance and future success of businesses. Our passion is to help people and businesses take responsibility for their own blend of wellbeing and to act on it so that they, and their businesses, thrive.
“We found out about the Digital Innovation Business Acceleration Hub through our business network, some of whom are employed by the University of Bath.
“At T-Cup, we firmly believe in the beneficial principles of collaboration, alongside continuous learning and development. The DBAH programme gives businesses like T-Cup access to a wealth of experience and support which undoubtedly helps us make strategic decisions and helps drive the business forward.”
You can read more about T-Cup on the DBAH website.