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In the Media
5 Memo-reading families share their secrets about kids & tech
- Oliver Smith
We love technology, but sometimes it feels like it’s taking over family life.
It’s a daily struggle faced by parents, as our children demand access to social media smartphones from ever younger ages.
That's why we asked 5 Memo-reading families to share their secrets for instilling healthy attitudes toward technology:
“We always start with the best will in the world, and then end up failing miserably. The problem is we’re just as bad,” Nathalie Christmann-Cooper, the co-founder at TreatOut who has 13 and 14-year-old boys, told The Memo.
We can’t expect new generations to be mindful of their screen time if we spend hours staring at our phones. What's your answer?
TreatOut serves up a dining out solution for the food intolerant
- Alastair Cameron
"Tell us the foods you can’t eat, and we’ll show you dishes you can eat” is a simple but effective promise from new startup TreatOut, a dish discovery app that is set to make it easy for anyone with food allergies and food intolerances to eat out. Hungry to find out more? Then read on...
A catch up with The Startup Van at the Sage Summit
- Graham Hussey & Mark McDonagh
Nathalie caught up with Graham and Mark aka The Startup Van at the #SageSummit London. Hear about their progress in making menu transparency a reality as they prepare to get funding ready.
The FoodTalk Show – Cutting out, not missing out
- Paul Andrews and Christie Ellis
Nathalie from the TreatOut app is one determined diner. Sick of being known as the awkward one on nights out and family meals due to a debilitating illness meaning that she couldn’t eat ingredients that are pretty much a staple in most restaurants. She realised that there was nothing available that could help her and anyone else who has dietary requirements especially for people whose allergies or intolerances are not quite as well-known as some of the others, such as Vegans, Vegetarians and Coeliacs. This is where it gets interesting. Not to be beaten by her lack of knowledge on coding and building apps she signed up to a coding school, built her own app and started her own business. Paul and Christie were both impressed with the business model and her “just do it” attitude, and agreed she was definitely fitting of the title “entrepreneur”.
Interview with the creator of TreatOut
- Alliance for Natural Health
A sneak preview of the new web-based app designed to help those with food sensitivities and intolerances eat out.
TreatOut part of delegation of FSB Small Business Owners to Visit Downing Street
A delegation of small business owners from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), led by National Chairman Mike Cherry and Policy Director Martin McTague, today met with the Chancellor of the Exchequer Rt Hon Philip Hammond MP in Downing Street. With business confidence continuing to fall, the members urged the Chancellor to focus on policies which will help to boost productivity and growth.
Nathalie Joins FSB Women in Enterprise Taskforce
FSB has announced that Nathalie Christmann-Cooper, co-founder of Treatout.com as one of 15 fantastic small business owners to join its national taskforce established to promote women in enterprise.
The Startup Van Pop Up Studio
- Graham Hussey & Mark McDonagh
Nathalie and Deborah meet with Graham and Mark aka The Startup Van at their pop up studio at Old Street Station, London. Watch as they discuss how TreatOut helps eating out with food allergies and food intolerances, the importance of networking and pitching in Milan.
FSB Women In Enterprise Twitter Chat Line Up Revealed
Nathalie was one of 5 panellists taking part in the FSB Women In Enterprise Twitter Chat on 26 May 2016 which marked a new and exciting relationship between the FSB and Facebook to support women entrepreneurs in the UK.
Discussing food allergies and food intolerances and the problems faced when eating out in restaurants
- Lembit Opik
TreatOut co-founder Nathalie shares her problems of eating out with multiple food intolerances. Available to listen to until Sunday 5 June 2016 - (start from 01:44:45)
WeAreTheCity Rising Stars Awards 2016 Shortlist Announced
Co-founder Nathalie Christmann-Cooper is shortlisted in the Entrepreneur Category for 2016.
There are so many opportunities for women in tech – so why aren’t there more of us?
- Nathalie Christmann-Cooper
our co-founder Nathalie speaks of her own experience as a women in tech - I’ve managed to carve a second career, work from home and still be a mum to my two teenage boys. But a lack of role models is holding women back in tech.
It’s Consumer-driven Tech All The Way For Branson, If He Was Just Starting Up Today
- Alison Coleman
Please remember that you are ultimately responsible for making sure that you are safe when eating out.
It's good practice to contact the restaurant in advance to make sure that the chef can cater for your allergies or intolerances before you make a booking. Always tell your server about your allergies or intolerances and double-check the ingredients when ordering.