Newton Europe is a consultancy based in Oxfordshire. They have provided us with 3 of their consultants to support the business for 4 months.
Jess Sharpe completed a PhD at the University of Bath on sustainable fuels for aeroplanes, following a degree in Natural Science. She is now a Senior Consultant at Newton Europe, and has spent the past 2 years focussing on improvement across a number of different businesses within the retail sector.
Alex graduated from Bristol University with a Masters in Mechanical Engineering and since then spent time working across a number of industries in both Kenya and the UK. Alex has worked with the charity bikes4Africa aiming to find simple solutions to common failures of bicycles in The Gambia, and performed research into NFC technology while working in the security industry.
Rufus is a change management consultant who has been working with Newton Europe doing everything from increasing patient throughput through NHS hospitals to reducing delays & saving the taxpayer money on national Defence projects through process innovation and people focussed organisational culture change.
Hogan Lovells is a global legal practice that helps corporations, financial institutions, and governments across the spectrum of their business and legal issues globally and locally. We have over 2,500 lawyers operating out of more than 45 offices in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and the United States. Hogan Lovells are providing a wide range of legal advice and support with commercial negotiations, contracts, trademarking and patents using senior lawyers offering their time voluntarily.
Eseye are a supplier of global cellular connectivity for IoT/ M2M devices. Eseye provide this through their Multi IMSI/Operator AnyNet and AnyNet Secure SIMs in over 150 countries. Working with eWater has been a fantastic opportunity to bring together innovative circuit design with an AnyNet Secure SIM card to deliver usage data from the taps in real time, while meeting stringent cost and power budgets.
GSMA Mobile for Development brings together our mobile operator members, the wider mobile industry and the development community to deliver mobile services to underserved people in predominantly emerging markets. They provided £150k for the design of V1.