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March 11, 2021

Start it PRO enrols two new start-up businesses

Start it PRO, the incubator programme for students, which launched this year, has enrolled two new start-up businesses.

After careful consideration, Start it PRO, has awarded start-ups Fygo and Armago £3,000 each in pre-seed investment. OPs Jonah and Toby Lowenstein co-founded Fygo. Fygo makes it easy for businesses to engage thousands of students using exclusive, automatic cashback offers. Additionally, OP Raef Jackson is working with founder Mark Bushby, developing Armago. Armago is a community-based and student driven platform that facilitates sport at university.

Successful applicants receive mentorship, funding, access to financial and legal advice for 12 months during the incubator programme with the goal of going to market by the end of the 12 months. Start it PRO is open to any students 18-23 from St Paul’s and our partnership schools.

The programme is looking for mentors from the community,  please contact Nick Troen ( for more information.

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