EWOR success stories

There are many stories of successful startups we’ve helped build – ranging from VC-funded ventures to fully bootstrapped ones.

Eleanore Trigwell

Eleanor attended Norland College, the world-leading childcare institute, graduating with first class honours. After nearly a decade of experience, she founded Marvellous to bring modern solutions to an outdated childcare industry. She signed Norland’s first commercial partnership to grant Marvellous exclusive access to Norlanders for bookings via the app. Since 2021, Marvellous now has 4,000 users and raised a £150k pre seed round at a £3m valuation. Eleanor has been featured in publications including the Telegraph and NY Times and she is passionate about modernising the childcare industry.

Beth Kume-Holland

Beth joined EWOR in March 2020.
She built Patchwork Hub, a job market place for disabled workers.
Soon after the Beth’s fellowship, Beth’s startup was named one of the most promising startups in the United Kingdom and highest ranked startup in Europe in the Global Inclusion Forum.

Edgar Gago Carrillo

Edgar joined EWOR in March 2020.
He built a blockchain based locker system with E-BIKE Technologies GmbH which he exited through the company.
He is now the co-founder of NUWE and is raising €1 Mio after a successful pre-seed round.

Philipp Niemeier

Philipp joined the EWOR fellowship in March 2020 and has built SOKR, a climate and sustainability consultancy.
After one year of joining EWOR, Philipp embarked full-time on his fully profitable venture.
He is currently expanding and hiring his first employees.

Xue (Mia) Wang

Xue (Mia) Wang joined the EWOR Post-idea Fellowship in September 2021 and has gained over 10,000 users.
She is currently raising her pre-seed round and planning to reach over 100,000 users next year.