Christopher McCann of Snap40 speaks at the SIE Student Enterprise Summit 2016 about how he got started with the help of SIE, and his experiences in business.
Snap40 is a medical technology start-up based in Edinburgh. It’s mission is to change patient care from reactive to pro-active.
Christopher founded snap40 in July 2014 as a medical student, after witnessing patients deteriorate because the warning signs were recognised late. Christopher left medical school in May 2015 to focus full-time on snap40. The company has went from strength to strength and attracted considerable investment and support.
Christopher also holds an MEng in Computer Science with Distinction and founded his first start-up company, Dizeo, in 2010. Dizeo was the world’s first pre-moderated, safe, social network for eight to thirteen year olds.