CareMonkey is a software company designed to develop and design health, safety and productivity solutions for families, schools, clubs, businesses, community service organizations and other groups with a duty of care. Based in Melbourne, Australia, CareMonkey allows families and organizations to share private and sensitive information in a secure manner. This is key today as we live in a world where technology breaches seem to happen bi-monthly now.
CareMonkey’s philosophy is as follows:
“We believe everybody deserves to be safe, everybody deserves for their personal and confidential information to remain that way, and that being prepared for emergencies, gaining consent and being compliant shouldn’t be a difficult task.”
CareMonkey, a prominent startup has made some noise of late. According to TechCrunch.com, CareMonkey won the Slush Startup Competition. Slush is an annual event where startups can share what it is their companies do to international investors, executives and the media. The 2 day event boasts 4 stages, 200 speakers, 1,700 startups and 15,000 attendees. This years conference was held in Helsinki, Finland. Featured speakers included Niklas Zennström, the co-founder of Skype and Atomico, Caterina Fake, co-founder of Flickr and Hunch, and Jacqueline Novogratz, founder and CEO of Acumen to name a few. The event is a great place for companies to audition for potential investors as over 600 announced investors were in attendance. For more on CareMonkey, check out the video below.