Winner of Mayor’s Resilience Fund announced

The winners of a £1 million prize – aimed at addressing 10 of London’s biggest challenges have been announced.

The Mayor’s Resilience Fund was set up to support business and community groups recover from the pandemic and come up with solutions to future problems we’ll face.

Ten start ups will take a share of the money for their ideas on addressing everything from failing high streets, to air quality and the gig economy.

Hebe has been speaking to Jenna Maudlin, one of the innovators, and Tris Dyson, the Managing Director of the company behind the fund.

Henry Thomas-Aldridge 16th July 2021


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