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Status: Expired

Aug 17th 2020 - Sep 26th 2020

SafeToNet is a cyber-safety company that safeguards children around the world from online threats such as bullying, grooming, abuse and aggression. The company's Artificial Intelligence (AI) system is trained to look for patterns of behaviour that can suggest a child may be at risk. Its smart keyboard detects risks in real-time and steers children away from trouble by filtering harmful outgoing messages before they can be sent and any damage can be done. SafeToNet has sold more than 550,000 licences of its AI-based safeguarding solution in 2020 and is operational in 109 countries. It has featured in The Daily Mail, The Independent, and The Times, to name a few. It has raised £2.52 million to invest in its growth and is offering secondary shares to investors.

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Rated on 27/08/2020

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Management 79%

Skills 91%
SafeToNet has a skilled and diverse team covering the roles of marketing, platform development, and finance. The team is led by the CEO who is specialised in Business Alliances, Networking, Enterprise Software, Partner Management, and Executive Management. The CEO is also working as a Product Developer in the company. Their technology is based on one of the CEO's previous businesses, Adam Associates, that used similar behavioural patterning techniques to those used by SafeToNet. Their Co-Founder is handling Marketing departments and has skills to build the brand and increase brand awareness through Customer Relationship Management, Business Strategy, Sales Management, Business Development, and Negotiation. The finances of the company are overseen by their Financial Controller, who specialises in Accounting, Reporting, Cash Management, Corporate Development, and Financial Planning and Analysis.


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  • £183,606
  • 61%
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    company number

    company status

    incorporated 7 years

    Previous Funding rounds
    17 Aug 20 Seedrs £183,606 / 61% 53.00%
  • Internet Business Awards Category Award Winner 2015
  • Hertfordshire Business Awards Finalist 2014

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