Cupris is selected for the Accenture HealthTech Innovation Challenge!

Cupris has been selected as one of just 8 companies among over 500 high-quality applications from digital, life sciences & healthcare focused startups from around the world! This achievement reflects Accenture's assessment of the quality, innovative nature and impact potential of your solution.

After successfully going through the London Regional Round on Friday November the 25th, the next step is for Cupris to attend the Final Round at the StartUp Health Festival in San Francisco on January the 9th ... Stay tuned! 

Another really exciting challenge for us!

Click here to know more about the Accenture HealthTech Innovation Challenge!

Cupris is shortlisted in the Innovation in mHealth category for Meffys 2016!

The goal of the Mobile Ecosystem Forum is to accelerate the growth of a sustainable mobile ecosystem that drives inclusion for all and delivers trusted services that enrich the lives of consumers worldwide.

We are very proud to be among the finalists with brilliant products such as Pacif-i, Babylon Health, Sea Hero Quest and Shine OS+! Good luck to everyone and looking forward for the Awards Reception on the 1st of December !

Cupris is finalist of the HENRI Nestle Innovation challenge!

We are very proud to have been shortlisted to help Nestle to provide a better way of diagnosing deficiency! 

About a third of the world's population suffers from micronutrient deficiency - a lack of essential vitamins and minerals such as iron, zinc and vitamin A. It's a big problem in poor communities and it can impact everything from physical and mental development to pregnancy and productivity. Our project with Nestle, if we are selected, will enable people all over the world to test if they have a micronutrient deficiency using Cupris Health Platform.
To know more about the project, have a look at Nestle challenge!
Looking forward for the next steps!

Selected for DigitalHealth.London Accelerator!


We are delighted to be part of the first-ever DigitalHealth.London Accelerator's inaugural cohort of digital healthcare businesses whose innovations could soon be improving NHS services across the capital.

The 32 chosen tech businesses have been selected based on their business credibility and the benefit their innovations could provide to London’s health services. The year-long programme, which is the first of its kind in the capital, will see each business benefit from insight and support from a team of Digital Health (NHS) Navigators and engage with healthcare experts to hone their ideas for the market and gain advice on the product development process.

We are really looking forward to working with the team in the coming year!

Featured on UK Investor Magazine and Crowdcube success!


After the completion of our Crowdcube campaign last week, UK Investor Magazine decided to publish an article on our success! You can read the article here:


We wanted to take the time to thank everyone who contributed to our crowdfunding campaign and believed in us. Thank you to all of you who have backed us, your support means a huge amount!

Cupris on BBC World Service!


You can listen to Rishi Mandavia talk about Cupris on BBC Click. Rishi, who is our academic partner, talks about the trial he ran in Nepal and the wider applications of our product. He also examines the presenter's ear using our smart-phone connected device.  

The entire show is really interesting and worth listening to. If you want to hear about Cupris specifically, we're mentioned from 1:30 to 3:05 and 14:58 to 19:41. 


Cupris has achieved NHS Information Governance Toolkit Compliance status having met the four fundamental aims of Information Governance laid out by the NHS and the Department of Health:

  • To support the provision of high quality care by promoting the effective and appropriate use of information

  • To encourage responsible staff to work closely together, preventing duplication of effort and enabling more efficient use of resources

  • To develop support arrangements and provide staff with appropriate tools and support to enable them to discharge their responsibilities to consistently high standards

  • To enable organisations to understand their own performance and manage improvement in a systematic and effective way.