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30 January 2019

London (UK): ImproveWell LTD announces that its CEO and Co-founder, Lara Mott, is a finalist for “Entrepreneur of the Year” in the 2019 edition of the Women in IT Awards, the world’s largest tech diversity event, hosted in London today.

Lara co-founded ImproveWell in 2016 to empower frontline staff to drive change. The software is being used in healthcare organisations across the NHS and in the USA. Lara is an experienced executive having previously spent 11 years in senior roles across healthcare specialist investment, biopharmaceutical, consulting and financial services businesses.

The awards programme, organised by Information Age in partnership with Amazon Web Services, received over 800 nominations this year and is the leading initiative among extensive efforts from the tech world to rectify a gender imbalance that means women occupy just 17% of IT roles in the UK. Click here to view a full list of the finalists.

Lara Mott, CEO and Co-founder of ImproveWell, commented: “The Women in IT Awards provides a platform to celebrate technology innovation and leadership, bringing together inspiring role models to encourage future success. I am proud to be a finalist for this prestigious award amongst some exceptional female founders and am truly grateful to my team for helping ImproveWell to make a difference.”

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Further information:

Please get in touch at hello@improvewell.com, or follow us on Twitter @ImproveWellUK

Notes to Editors:

About ImproveWell

A more engaged workforce leads to better patient outcomes and improved performance. ImproveWell is a digital solution focused on Quality Improvement (QI) which empowers frontline staff to drive change. ImproveWell has three core feedback systems: staff can share theme-based improvement ideas; staff can share how their day at work is going, helping organisations track workforce sentiment; and staff can complete bespoke pulse surveys. An intelligent data dashboard allows programme leads to capture real-time data, prioritise QI efforts, measure change and publish reports, completing the feedback loop. From the ward to the board, everyone can make suggestions to improve their workplace. For further information, please visit www.improvewell.com.


For further information please contact:

ImproveWell
Capital Tower, 91 Waterloo Road, London
SE1 8RT, United Kingdom

hello@improvewell.com
020 3475 0670