Gloucestershire tech start-up selected for Google growth programme

A tech company founded by an Oscar and Bafta-winning entrepreneur in Gloucestershire has secured a place on a start-up support programme run by Google.
The Anya app, originally known as LatchAid, is equipped with interactive 3D technology to deliver parenting and breastfeeding support. The company was set up in 2015 by Dr Chen Mao Davies, who was part of the visual effects team for films such as Gravity and Blade Runner 2049.
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The Cirencester-based business has now been selected for Google’s growth academy AI for Health, a three-month scheme which provides healthcare and wellbeing startups with growth skills, internationalisation strategies, and access to cutting-edge Google tools and …