The Green Expo Deepbridge Capital Startup of the Year 2022 award was won by Jamebi for its SUNLIFEWATER project and equipment which thermally treats unsterilised water, making it safe for human consumption.
Barry Johnston, founder and CEO of Jamebi said; “This award reflects all the hard work and effort put into developing and testing our innovative technology. We’re very proud of the work we do here at Jamebi, proud of contributing to a world where everyone can access safe drinking water, and where we can reduce pollution. There’s a lot of innovation coming out of North West England and North Wales, and Green Expo has been really inspiring in showcasing the very best that a sustainable future has to offer. With the support being provided to investors, the funding being put into people and technology, and the bold vision for the future, we’re excited to see North West England and North Wales’ progress into the future.”
Paul Bowman, investment manager at Deepbridge Capital who presented the award added; “Deepbridge invests in companies that have a passionate founding team, the potential to disrupt existing markets and a clear intellectual property strategy. That’s what we saw with Jamebi and the other shortlisted companies, ImpactScore, Thermify and Storelectric.” He added; “The North West is leading the way on Net Zero investment and we are proud to be involved with Green Expo and in support organisations in this region and across the UK with their growth plans. Deepbridge Capital’s investments turn words into action.”