Manchester's Chloe Barratt Launches Dental Tech Visual Learning Platform
Manchester-based dental nurse turned entrepreneur Chloe Barratt launches a dental tech visual learning platform.
21:25 14 June 2018
Chloe Barratt, a tech-savvy dental nurse turned entrepreneur has built a new 3D visual learning tool that uses augmented reality and animation. The 28-year-old started her business DigiDentistry from The Landing’s co-working space at MediaCityUK and has since developed a prototype backed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
Talking about her journey, she narrated: “I took my vision to a number of developers and eventually found one in Manchester who understood what I was trying to achieve and we began to develop a prototype.
"There was a lot of uncertainty along the way but, eventually, DigiDentistry began to take shape so I began to pursue the business full time and I’m really excited about the future.
“The Landing is an amazing platform for entrepreneurs. They understand the entire journey and the steps you need to take to succeed.
On what pushed her to build her dental tech visual learning platform, she said: “There really wasn’t anything out there that students could use to continue their learning from home after they left the classroom and I wanted to create something that would support more practical learning.”