Bubble Mind was created and founded by Yamin Miah in October 2016. Yamin first created Bubble Soothe to help children with autism and to combat stress
Product has been tested in Starkfield primary school. The prototype has been tested on a autistic child and gained positive feedback. Teachers loved the idea and how effective it was for children.
Participated and won the city spark competition. During the competition I worked along side my friends to market my product to viewers (such as judges, potential investors and teachers). Received positive feedback from people and loved the concept and how easy it was to use. During the competition I noticed that Bubble Soothe can be used as a stress reliever tool; as adults had the same positive reaction the app as the child with autism.
Participated and won the city spark grand final. The competition consisted of me presenting a 5 minute pitch to an audience of 100+ viewers. As a reward I have received £5000 which will help fund Bubble Mind.
Began the City Foundership Programme at City university of London through the summer. The programme acts like a summer internship in which the university will help me launch Bubble Mind. I also received £1,500 to help fund my business.
Currently working with Wac Arts College and testing my apps. SEN children have the opportunity to try out all the different versions of my app.
Participated at the Pitch for Good competition at Social Enterprise Festival. The competition consisted on pitching for 5 minutes in front of an audience of 50+. As a reward for becoming a runner up we won £500.
Participated in the Barclays Local Genius Competition, in which we won the Regional Finals for London. We made it into the National finals and received some positive feedback from the employees of Barclays
Participated at the Tech for Good competition at Social Enterprise Festival. The competition consisted on pitching for 5 minutes in front of an audience of around 10 people. As a reward for becoming a runner up we won £250.