Updated: Jan 26
The technology start-up which aims to help us live healthier, happier lives.
“There’s plenty of good professional advice and support out there for ambitious growing businesses in Wales.”
Understanding the impact eating choices have on health, and the very individual ways those choices can affect different people, is a growing part of ensuring optimum health and well-being.
Now, entrepreneurs David Haines and Julian Shapley have developed software using biological know-how to help users adapt food plans to their own lifestyles – allowing them to understand how and why they react in certain ways to the different things they eat.
Cardiff-based Glucose Republic centres food choices on the user and their individual needs.
Glucose Republic has been supported through Business Wales Accelerated Growth Programme (AGP). The AGP provides targeted support for ambitious growing firms. The programme is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the Welsh Government.
Here, Glucose Republic co-founder David Haines explains how the company was formed and the journey it’s taken – and where he and business partner Julian Shapley want to take their business. Visit the Business Wales Accelerated Growth Programme website to see the full case study.