Tennis star Andy Murray has invested in another two startups through the Seedrs platform.
GoodBox is a UK-based fintech startup pioneering disruptive solutions that give charities, which traditionally rely on cash donations, the ability to receive online payments. While ZoomDoc, set up by NHS General Practitioner, Dr Kenny Livingstone, allows people to book an appointment within 60 minutes at a location of their choice.
“These two businesses provide innovative, much needed solutions. GoodBox has the potential to revolutionise the way we donate to charity. They’re already working with many trusted organisations such as Comic Relief. I’ve been involved in the digital health space for a while now, primarily getting schools focused on creating digital solutions for health problems. So, ZoomDoc interested me. They provide trusted GPs to people who need help at home instantly and the company has shown impressive growth and feedback since it’s soft-launch,” Murray said in a Seedrs blog.