A Loughborough startup which is building a physiotherapy toy for children with physical needs, has been shortlisted for a national Ingenuity Impact award.

Moti Me was founded by Loughborough University graduate Katie Michaels, who started her venture after looking after her cousin who has cerebral palsy.

The startup will compete for a share of a share of £75,000 funding this Wednesday and Thursday (7th and 8th June) at the 2023 Ingenuity Programme National Competition.