Veterinary start-up Vet-AI has been placed in the Startups 100 list, which documents the top 100 fast growth potential businesses launched in the last five years.
The list was compiled by a host of business leaders including entrepreneur and angel investor Alex Farrell, Instant Group CEO Tim Rodber, Instagram influencer Gemma Metcalfe-Beckers, engineer, investor, and inventor Gi Fernando and founder and president of MVF Titus Sharpe.
Vet-AI is aiming to address this problem of rising veterinary fees with Joii, an app which, according to the founders, will reduce the price of veterinary care by 60%.
Vet-AI, co-founder Paul Hallett, said: “This is really exciting for us and such an important milestone for our company. Over the past two years we’ve worked tirelessly to create an app that we genuinely believe will change the way owners access veterinary care for the better.
“We want to improve the welfare of animals by getting them access to the care they deserve, but we’ve also found a solution for veterinary professionals who struggle to find a work/life balance. To be included in the same list that so many successful companies have been in the past, it truly is an honour.”