Demo Day marks successful end to Future of Work programme

Posted on the 25th January 2017

Cambridge UK, 25 January 2017 – Money Mover, the SME-focused online currency exchange and international payments service, was delighted to participate in the Demo Day, held by PwC, in collaboration with Swiftscale. The Demo Day marked the end of the three month Future of Work programme; a unique initiative to identify and nurture fast-growth enterprise start-ups with the potential to transform the workplace through scalable innovation.

The 12 week programme took Money Mover and 11 other B2B start-ups with a proven product and supported their growth through a combination of executive mentoring, corporate introductions and a business development curriculum.

The Demo Day, hosted by PwC at its Embankment Place office, saw the Winter ’16 Cohort pitch their progress and showcase their products to an audience of enterprise executives, investors, entrepreneurs and community influencers.

Over the 12 week programme, Money Mover and the other participants have enjoyed masterclasses from sales and marketing experts, extensive corporate introductions and guidance from industry specialists at PwC, sponsors Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Sage along with a carefully curated group of executive mentors. As a result, all of the cohort members have grown and accelerated their sales pipelines, developed business planning and received valuable corporate insights.

Hamish Anderson, CEO of Money Mover commented:

"Participating in the Future of Work programme has been a fantastic opportunity for Money Mover. It has been highly beneficial for us to work alongside other like-minded business. Both the mentoring programme and the corporate introductions have been of huge benefit to us and we look forward to being able to use the learnings to move our business forward.”

Alex Sainty, co-founder of SwiftScale, added:

"I am intensely proud of this cohort and their many achievements; pipelines have expanded, pilots have been negotiated, contracts won, money raised and teams have grown. The success of the scale-ups is directly attributable to our strong partnership with PwC, which I believe exemplifies the impact of effective startup-corporate collaboration. “

The 12 scale-ups who have participated in the programme are: is transforming the way people engage with businesses. Their patented and award-winning technology platform enables companies to launch smart Chatbots quickly and efficiently. is already engaging with some of the world’s leading companies.

Adepto helps companies find, engage and manage their own extended workforce networks. It also provides larger companies with access to use their platform for internal labour mobility.

Benivo (formerly FlatClub) helps corporates provide relocation support for their junior employees, at a rate 90% cheaper than the current market average. The company has 60 corporate clients, active in over 100 locations, and 70 employees in London and Armenia.

BulbThings is a smart asset management platform that helps companies take back control of their physical assets with a sleek, affordable app. Their solution automates administrative tasks and uses analytics and the Internet of Things for actionable insights to better manage assets in real-time, and make savings.

Emoquo is a cloud based digital coaching and people analytics solution for everyone at work. For employees, it’s a confidential coaching app to solve everyday problems and for organisations, it’s a real-time dashboard showing the emotional resilience of your workforce.

Money Mover is a fintech payments platform transforming the way small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) make international transfers. It does this by giving them the tools, transparency and pricing which until now, were only available to large corporates and institutions.

Motivii is a platform that helps managers and their teams save time, improve feedback and boost performance. From the individual to the enterprise, Motivii works with all businesses across every sector.

Peak are pioneering Data-Analytics-as-a-Service. They turn data into opportunities and help their clients grow revenues and profits through a fully outsourced, subscription based data analytics service that can be deployed quickly, delivering value immediately.

Privitar’s mission is to promote and facilitate the ethical and safe use of valuable data assets. The company works with the world’s largest organisations to drive the benefits from data through broader use, collaboration and monetisation without compromising on data privacy and security.

Sedicii has patented a Zero Knowledge Proof based technology that eliminates the exposure of sensitive personal data during an authentication or identity verification process, allowing the matching of identity datasets, without an exchange of the underlying identity data while making it fully compatible with the General Data Protection Regulation.

Talmix wants to become the world's marketplace for independent business talent. With a selection of over 27,000 profiles in 132 markets, their platform allows companies to identify, hire and manage the top 1% of independent consultants around the world on demand, to deliver specific projects or interim roles.

Valsight helps companies achieve their financial objectives. Their software simplifies the calculation of business cases and reduces the effort of simulating financial scenarios, empowering financial controllers to focus on forward-looking analyses that enable management to take the right strategic actions.


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About Money Mover

Money Mover is the online currency exchange and global payments service for SMEs.

Money Mover makes international money transfer an asset rather than an inhibitor for SME growth by empowering businesses to make international money transfers quickly, at pre-defined rates and with transparent pricing. Its online platform offers a rich user interface that provides SME-focused tools, reports and functionality to support existing processes/workflows.

Money Mover is part of the growing wave of FinTech companies focused on using technology to transform the way that financial services are delivered. The cofounders of Money Mover, based in three different continents, were disillusioned with the way that current money transfer practices hamstrung SMEs. They set out to create a global payments platform that put the best interests of its customers at its heart.

Based in Cambridge, UK, Money Mover is backed by Andy Homer, Sir Peter Michael, and a group of financiers, entrepreneurs and technologists.

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