Three companies from Greater Manchester have joined the prestigious programme for late-stage tech companies – Future Fifty 9.0.
Peak, Push Doctor and Sorted are among the 22 companies who have joined the programme this year.
Future Fifty is Europe’s leading late-stage growth programme, designed to bring together, empower, and accelerate the growth of the most successful tech companies in the UK.
Programme alumni include Monzo, Starling Bank, Darktrace, among others.
131 companies have taken part in the programme since its inception, collectively raising $11bn, with nine companies going on to IPO.
Peak is helping the world’s smartest companies put the power of AI at the centre of all commercial decision making. With Decision Intelligence, a brand-new category of AI-driven software and services, they’re helping their clients unlock the value of their data and start bringing certainty to their decision making, powered by AI.
Empowering people to engage with their health on their terms, Push Doctor works in partnership with NHS practices, PCNs and CCGs across the country. It provides the platform and technology to allow safe and secure video consultations with NHS GPs, empowers patients and clinicians to leverage the benefits of a digital solution, and fully integrates with NHS clinical systems to ensure continuity of patient safety and care.
Sorted is a global SaaS company, giving retailers full control of delivery management – whether that’s optimising checkout delivery options, enhancing carrier management in the warehouse or providing market-leading post-purchase CX. Sorted’s software is live in 19 countries around the world and offers access to a carrier library of 1000+ services.
You can access the full 9.0 cohort here.
Rt Hon Rishi Sunak MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer, said:
“The UK tech’s sector is set to be the cornerstone of UK economic growth after the pandemic, and the companies in this year’s Future Fifty cohort are a shining example of our nation’s innovation, entrepreneurship and resilience. Nurturing the growth of these scaling companies at such a critical stage is a national priority, as these are the businesses who are already shaping our future both locally and globally.”