We have been featured on the following media outlets:


The New Indian Express,21st of February 2019: IIT Delhi and University College London collaborate to create wheelchair-accessible maps of Delhi.


The Star, 12 of June 2019: Disability innovation hub to fund Nairobi start-ups.

BBC Africa, 22th of July: Disability and Business in Africa

KTN News, 4th December 2019: Global Disability Innovation and AMREF unveil local entrepreneurs selected for Innovate Now Program.

CIO East Africa, 5th of December: The Innovate Now accelerator program unveils its first cohort of assistive technology entrepreneurs.

Capital FM, 3rd of December: First cohort of ‘assistive’ technology entrepreneurs unveiled.

The Star, 3rd of December: UK funded ‘innovate now’ start-ups unveiled.

Tuko, 4th of December: 5 Kenyan start-ups emerge as finalists in UK aid funded Innovate Now accelerator programme.

The Truth, 3rd of December: Finalists in the Disabilities Assistive Technology unveiled in Nairobi.

KTN News, 4th of December:  Global disability innovation and AMREF unveil local entrepreneurs selected for innovate now program.

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Premier News and Global Times, 3rd of December: Access to healthcare & inclusive mobility remain challenging for PWDs.


Orthopedic Design & Technology, 17th of June 2019: Prosthetics Startup Amparo Wins Innovating for Disability Award


Engineering and Technology Magazine, 25th March 2019: View from India, Wheelchair-accessible maps for the differently abled.

The Telegraph, 21st of March 2019: The British investors betting big on disability tech

UCL News, 25th of July 2019: £10m to widen accessibility of assistive technology

IT Supply Chain: Ultimaker printers used to develop custom 3d printed wheelchairs for developing countries

Verdict, 10 of September 2019: 3D printed wheelchairs project brings assistive tech to developing countries

Hospital Hub: New project sees Ultimaker develop 3D printed wheelchairs

BBC Radio, 18 of September 2019: The latest in disability tech

Bristol Magazine: 11 of November 2019:Britain’s most influential: Mr Motivation.

UCL News, 3rd of December: DPU’s AT2030 research project celebrates International Day of People with Disabilities