Mobile app for fish farmers wins Imperial's top prize for women entrepreneurs | Imperial News | Imperial College LondonAn Imperial student start...Mobile app for fish farmers wins Imperial's top prize for women entrepreneurs | Imperial News | Imperial College London
An Imperial student startup has developed affordable and integrated technology for fish farmers to monitor and troubleshoot water quality issues.
Banoo, co-founded by Selly Shafira, a student on the MSc Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Management at Imperial College Business School, won the £15,000 top prize in the WE Innovate Final on 22 June for their technology to support fish farmers in Indonesia to be more productive.
WE Innovate is a women’s entrepreneurship programme run by Imperial Enterprise Lab designed to inspire and accelerate the progress of women entrepreneurs. At the in-person final, five finalists went head-to-head in the hope of winning a share of a £30,000 prize pot, sponsored by bp.