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Hamish Brocklebank

Job TitleCo-Founder

Company NameFlooved

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Hamish Brocklebank is a Co-Founder of Flooved, a semantic web based platform providing students with access to all of their academic content on any web enabled device for a small monthly fee. Hamish was partially inspired to create the platform due to the dearth of web based materials and poor access to them while at university and as such Flooved aims to make studying more social, more efficient and more effective for the student. With his Co-Founder and team of talented web developers, they have built Flooved over the last 14 Months, it is currently in Beta and is due to launch in August.


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