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Supporting busy families during the Pandemic

Kaivan Faria (McClure 2007-12)
Kaivan Faria (McClure 2007-12)
Old Millhillian Kaivan and close friend James co-founded AskWinston to simplify the lives of busy people. They both worked long hours, lived in a constant state of chaos, and needed somebody who could help them get organised. AskWinston was created with the mission to take the weight off of the shoulders of busy families and to save them time so they could do more of the things they love!

Since 2019, they have been backed by a UK government accelerator and raised investment from Bosch Siemens to support busy families across London with their digital butler service!

During the Pandemic they have offered their services for free to support busy families during this turbulent time. By connecting each family with a digital butler, they have been taking the stress out of their lives and have also been supporting small businesses by collaborating with local partners in each of their customer's areas.

Their vision is to create the single application that you can use to manage your life. In the future, they believe you will just flip open your phone, ask your digital butler what you need, and the rest will be taken care of!

Kaivan Faria, McClure House - (2009 – 2012)
Co-founder of AskWinston  

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