Media Coverage


August 2022

Mark Balaam, Founder & CEO of imabi

Mark Balaam, Founder & CEO of imabi

TechRound’s Tech Leaders of 2022 aims to platform leaders in the technology space and illustrate the depth of talent in the industry. We urge you to celebrate the strides that each individual and company is making in their field, and get inspired!

From the Metaverse and Web3 to SaaS and HealthTech, or EdTech and FemTech to Crypto and Retail, there’s people paving the way in each corner of the technology sector.
By Becca Donaldson
TechRound
02-Aug-22
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July 2022

Ground-breaking app for reporting harassment and violence on transport

Ground-breaking app for reporting harassment and violence on transport

It is being called the first of its kind, as imabi launches an incident-reporting app in conjunction with British Transport Police.

The idea behind the app is to make it easy to report crime when someone sees it, using their mobile phone.
By Conrad Emmett
Rail Insider
31-Jul-22
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App will allow passengers to quickly report crime

App will allow passengers to quickly report crime

British tech firm, imabi, has launched a first-of-a-kind app with the British Transport Police to help travellers report crime.

The Railway Guardian App is designed to encourage bystanders to report incidents of harassment or violence. It is part of the British Transport Police’s ‘Speak Up, Interrupt’ campaign tackling violence against women.
By Conrad Emmett
Rail Business Daily
27-Jul-22
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Anonymous reporting app for student sexual harassment

Anonymous reporting app for student sexual harassment

The app’s software enables students to access safety information and the reporting of incidents directly on their phones.
By Rosa Smith
Education Technology
15-Jul-22
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Anonymous reporting app for student sexual harassment

Anonymous reporting app for student sexual harassment

British tech firm imabi has developed software to help students deal with sexual harassment directly through a one-of-a-kind app.

“imabi inspire” allows students to anonymously report sexual harassment and other harmful behavior in a discreet manner, giving staff the ability to monitor reports and identify problems.
By John Abraham
Eminetra
15-Jul-22
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New app is helping schools and universities tackle sexual harassment

Imabi is a new app which is helping schools and universities tackling sexual harassment.
By N/A
Yahoo News
08-Jul-22
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New app is helping workplaces and universities tackle sexual harassment sooner

New app is helping workplaces and universities tackle sexual harassment sooner

A new app has launched to help workplaces and universities deal with sexual harassment sooner, without singling out individuals.

Imabi Inspire aims to help students in-particular feel safer and more comfortable reporting potential incidents that often go unspoken about, as well as access to resources.
By Sophie Thompson
Indy100
08-Jul-22
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June 2022

Schools Week Edition 291

Schools Week Edition 291

See page 8 for imabi’s coverage in the magazine.
By Schools Week
Schools Week
24-Jun-22
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