Since gaining a degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, I have also completed another in Psychology.
I have worked in project Management, testing and commissioning of multi-million-pound projects including the Channel Tunnel, Waterloo Area Resignalling Scheme and Jubilee Line, London Underground. Over the last 25 years I have also worked in Service Engineering and Sales in a variety of Medical Device Companies. In my most recent salaried role, I converted an underperforming sales patch from 40% to greater than 95% customer base; increasing sales from £200,000 to over £600,000; without the benefit of any new products to sell for over a decade.
I left this role in June 2019 to start my own business.
I am self-funding a medical device program, currently in full prototype stage with patent pending. The intention is to reach commercialisation by the end of 2020, accessing the veterinary market initially.
AMSU™ is a novel, globally disruptive device for clearing blocked airways in emergency and chronic conditions. It looks like a sports bottle. It is as effective as and has numerous advantages over the best current technology. It has the potential to make current technology obsolete.
I have utilised business support from a number of organisations including: Outset, SETquared, EEN , AHSN , BusinessWest, Innovate2Succeed, Health Tech Hub , SIGHT, Advanced Engineering Business Acceleration Hub, and Oxford Innovation .