Friday, October 22, 2021

Four Yorkshire startups featured in 2021 Startups 100

The Startups 100  is the UK’s longest-running index of disruptive new startups released by Startups.co.uk.

 

Yorkshire startups featured in this year’s list include:

 

  1. Vet-AI— success reflected by the ‘pet boom’ which took place over the past year.

 

Joii Pet Care is an app from Research & Development company Vet-AI which launched in spring 2019 to tackle the rising costs of vet care for pets by offering pet owners remote consultations with real vets and nurses, via their smartphones. It is designed to make pet care accessible and affordable for everyone. Built by a team of experts with cutting edge, bespoke technology, Joii allows pet parents to diagnose and receive recommended treatment for pets from the comfort of their home. The founders spent eighteen months researching and understanding, what pet owners’ needs are and what technology is currently available for pet diagnosis. The more research they did, the more exciting their idea became.

  1. myenergi

 

myenergy today employs more than 200 team members and operates subsidiaries worldwide, manufacturing some of the most innovative eco-smart home energy devices ever brought to market. It now has more than 25,000 connected customers via the myenergi app, and recently surpassed 100,000 units shipped; a major landmark for a growing company.

  1. Champion Health

 

Through a cutting-edge platform that brings all areas of wellbeing into one place, Champion Health gives organisations the tools they need to prioritise the wellbeing of their employees.

 

  1. Amity Brew

 

Amity Brew Co is a craft brewpub based in an iconic landmark mill in Leeds, Yorkshire. Since the brewery launched online in June 2020, the team has created 10 jobs and consistently sells out its beer. The brewery has also caught the eye of national brands Brewdog and subscription box Beer52 who has stocked Amity Brew Co. Despite the challenges of the pandemic, Amity made a profit in its first year and is currently 40% over its annual target.

 

The full list and ranking methodology can be found here.

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