Out of the Lab

Metta Talks

Jul 6 2021 • 41 mins

In this episode, Ksenia talks to Alasdair Mort and Anne Roberts,  co-founders of medtech startup MIME Technologies, a provider of remote medical software to support inflight medical events and emergencies, specifically designed for altitude.

Alasdair and Anne tell us about their startup journey - how MIME first started at the University of Aberdeen, the skills needed when moving from academia to business, and what could be improved from an ecosystem perspective to ensure more spinout success. They also share their advice on maintaining a good co-founder relationship and why the team that you have around you is so important.

Learn more about MIME Technologies, their solution Aiber, and the team on their website (mimetechnologies.com/) and follow them on Twitter (@MIMETechLtd) to stay up-to-date with their work.

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