Activator alumnus Health Delivered have won big at 2018 The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) Victoria iAwards. Health Delivered took out a coveted merit award for Start-up of the Year, and will go on to represent Victoria at the National iAwards in August.
Health Delivered was founded by Pete Saunders and RMIT alumni Tanya Gilliver. The team joined Activator’s residency program in 2017, receiving ongoing support as well as $25,000 in NEIF funding (now known as the Activator Capital Fund).
Health Delivered is an online platform that helps dieticians manage Australians living with chronic disease. Health Delivered removes the need for error-prone paper based medical records, replacing them with cloud-based data capture, allowing dieticians to create personalised meal plans in minutes.
Now in its 25th year, The iAwards shine a light on the best and brightest tech innovators in Australia. The Hon. Frank McGuire, MP, Parliamentary Secretary for Small Business and Innovation, said of the night’s winners: “you are making a difference to Victoria’s economy and our lives and we are proud you will be representing us at the National iAwards.”
We’ll be eagerly following Health Delivered’s journey to the AIIA 2018 iAwards Gala Dinner and Ceremony held in Melbourne. The gala will be attended by startups, innovators, investors, business and community leaders, and federal and state politicians.