Helping London bounce forward: Finmo & Tabled winners of the Mayor of London's Resilience Fund
Finmo and Tabled, two of Symvan portfolio companies have each been named as winners in the Mayor’s Resilience Fund.
The £1 million Resilience Fund was set up to address socially impactful issues facing London, to help the capital emerge stronger from COVID-19 and ensure it is prepared for future disruptive challenges.
Finmo won the Gig Economy Challenge. Working alongside the Living Wage Foundation, Finmo will develop a mobile-first tool where gig workers can import their bank transactions and answer a few questions in order to see their net hourly wage and compare it to the London Living Wage. Find out more here.
Tabled won the Public Markets Challenge. Its entry, OpenMarkets.London aims to unleash the entrepreneurial spirit of London's local authority markets. The Tabled case management system will provide the infrastructure to securely share data across local authorities. Ultimately this aims to get more people trading, and more people shopping in London's amazing local authority markets. Find out more here.
Both Finmo and Tabled received seed funding from Symvan's SEIS Fund, and follow-on investments from Symvan's EIS Fund.