Below are some of the companies The Fund has supported. If you would like to meet any of them or learn more about the products they design and manufacture then please email us at enquiries@britishdesignfund.co.uk

Improving access to microgravity environments for research and testing within the UK and international space industry

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UK’s first stand-alone, touch-free women’s urinal to drastically reduce queuing times within the events and entertainment sectors.

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Boost have developed radical new breast forms that are open structured, light, airy and suitable for active use including swimming.

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Tech enabled bike and scooter storage allowing instant access to secure parking, combining smart locks and digital technology.

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High-tech upper body protector for the equestrian market which affords the rider free movement whilst providing vital spine protection.

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Pioneering filtration technology solutions for capturing, harvesting and recycling microplastics released from washing machines.

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Easy-to-fit and affordable prosthetic arms for children and adults. Koalaa prosthetics are lightweight and can be fitted by the user without the need to visit a clinic.

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Disruptive products for sustainable transport and micro-mobility. Newlane is the first packable helmet for riders which looks like a standard helmet when in use.

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The Eiger converts a sitting desk into a standing one, suitable for both adults and children. Especially effective for children with ADHD or similar conditions.

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Technology to reduce work at height. The HB1 is a patented wall climbing robot which can apply paint, carry out inspections and survey infrastructure.

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Technology to improve sleep and relaxation through smart headphones and content which sense and adapt to sleep patterns whilst intelligently blocking out noise.

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Calla shoes disguise and accommodate the feet of bunion sufferers whilst remaining stylish and comfortable, offering wider toe boxes, softer leather and standard heels.

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Technology that makes wiring connections in your home faster and safer by securing electrical wires with clamps rather than screw terminals.

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Patented drain valve that removes the risk of rubber washer erosion and reduces the chance of leaks and delays when draining radiators.

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Safety innovations for the construction industry which improve the safety of scaffolding and other temporary structures for both workers and members of the public.

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Patented dredging technology which solves the problem of dredging in environmentally sensitive areas, removing sediment without causing a drop in water quality.

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A redesigned, simplified and streamlined patented single use lancing device for use in capillary blood sampling.

Meet some of our amazing founders and hear why they started their businesses, what drives them, and what compelling user need they are fulfilling with their innovative products…

Meet the founder of Boost, Samantha Jackman and hear about why she set up Boost and why she cares so much about giving women, post-masectomy, better choices following surgery.

Meet the Steve, the founder of Simplistik, a recent BDF3 investment and hear about why he choose to reengineer the lancet medical device.

Damon interviews Max, founder of Spokesafe, and asks why he cares so much about urban cyclists

Meet the founders from one of BDF3's recent investments, Hazel and Amber of Peequal, the UKs first urinal for women

Hear Nate Macabuag, founder of Koalaa, talk to Damon about why he wants to give everyone in the world access to affordable prosthetics.

Damon Bonser, CEO of British Design Fund, talks to Newlane co-founder Josh Cohen about why urban cyclists need a packable cycle helmet.

Jack Cornes, CEO of Hausbots, shares what inspired the team to create a wall climbing robot to make infrastructure workers’ lives safer.

Hear Adam Root, founder of Matter, explain why he launched his business and why he cares about removing micro fibres from our oceans and waterways

Damon talks to Calla Shoes founder, Jennifer Bailey, about why she started her business and what sets her product apart from the competition.

Damon interviews Esmaralda, the founder of Armaros, and discovers why the Guardian Angel body armour is such an important product to get into market