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As SyncNorwich celebrates its fifth birthday here are five start-ups to spring up from the community

PUBLISHED: 13:43 20 July 2017 | UPDATED: 17:23 20 July 2017

SyncNorwich's flagship event Sync the City in 2015. 
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

SyncNorwich's flagship event Sync the City in 2015. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

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One of the region’s foremost tech groups celebrates five years of supporting the digital community and driving innovation this week.

SyncNorwich is holding a birthday party on Thursday with an event shining the spotlight on some of the start-ups and businesses that have been created since its inception.

The meet up group now has 1,450 members, drawn from across the technology sector.

Here are some of the firms which have sprung from the organisation.

TrainAsOne

Developed by doctor turned developer Sean Radford, TrainAsOne collects data on sports training, injuries and fitness with the aim of developing a personalised programme for athletes using artificial intelligence.

SenLab

With a small team of six, SenLab is aiming to change the way businesses use data by creating predictive analytical tools.

Its Prosper BI software can tell a business where it needs to be to achieve its targets as well as helping to map out future financial goals.

Grabbit

Have you ever been too ill to leave your bed but been in need of some medicine? Well, Grabbit could be the app that you needed.

It links people in need of assistance with those who want to help someone as part of a social network.

You can also earn money by doing others’ shopping for them.

Fit Link App

Connecting runners and allowing them to compare and compete with each other wherever they might be, Fit Link provides a community platform for athletes.

The app also gives sports companies access to their target markets and shares offers with its members.

Fit Link reward runners and riders, giving them extra motivation to train.

Photocrowd

Photocrowd is aiming to be a social platform for photographers to get exposure by posting their photos, entering competitions and getting feedback from leading photographers.

It also provides a shop platform for selling prints and canvases.

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