Jack Churchill, the dynamic co-founder of Scanning Pens, the company that sells portable pen scanners that support struggling readers in the classroom, exam hall and workplace, has joined BATA’s board.
“Technology is an amazing enabler, breaking down barriers and affording people ways to manage on their own,” says Jack.
“To support students and teachers, Scanning Pens, the company I co-founded 13 years ago, supplies electronic pen scanners that support children and adults to be independent readers.”
As an exporter, Jack has a particular interest in developing overseas markets and networking with companies who are looking to do the same. He chairs BATA’s special interest group. AT Global which aims to support UK assistive technology firms looking to move into international markets.
Jack can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org