Like many great business ideas, that for CareMonkey came to cofounder Troy Westley through a need he had experienced himself.
For many an Australian startup, the goal is to expand internationally and become a global business. Doing just that is Victorian healthtech startup CareMonkey, which has created a platform to securely collect, store, and distribute medical and emergency contact information for organisations with a duty of care, such as schools, sports clubs, and community organisations. […]
CareMonkey is a health and safety system used by any organisation with a duty of care. The platform is used by schools, sporting clubs, sketch groups, youth groups, Scouts, camps and businesses.
CareMonkey is yet another Australian healthtech success story. It’s been quite a year for the startup, which recently won a Talent Unleashed award and a trip to Richard Branson’s Necker Island and took out the top prize at last month’s Slush event in Findland, winning 650,000 euros.