Health tech firm secures new funding

Liverpool city region health tech firm Tecura secures new funding to take its social care innovation ‘to the next level’

Brian Roche
Brian Roche of Health tech firm Tecura


Health tech innovation firm Tecura has secured new funding from the Liverpool City Region High Growth Innovation Fund.

Based at Sci-Tech Daresbury, Tecura has developed a digital platform that works across a  multiple social care settings. It connects and optimises multiple aspects of a person’s care needs and the management systems of the buildings they live in.

For the people it is designed to help, it means greater independence and better quality of life. For the local authority and its residents, it ultimately saves money.

Tecura’s ‘internet of things’ innovation will enable vulnerable people to live as independently as possible, strengthening safeguarding protocols and using resources more efficiently.

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This new funding, the value of which has not been disclosed, will help the business to take the product closer to market.

Brian Roche of Tecura, who is in charge of the project, said: “This funding further underpins our ability to develop an advanced IoT ecosystem which will enable vulnerable people to live better, safer and more independent lives.”

Born and bred in Liverpool, Brian has extensive experience of developing complex systems and most recently headed up the development of the airport in Bangalore.

He added: “The new system will spearhead a new model of care and radically improve how social care can be delivered locally across the Liverpool city region and across the wider UK.”

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