Tech startup StructureFlow on reinvigorating the economy in the midst of a pandemic

16 September 2020 | Abigail Opiah


The product is aimed primarily at the legal and finance sectors, which have traditionally been slow to innovate, but desperately need faster and more effective software to “see” problems and find solutions.

With more people working from home than ever, existing software not up to the task, and companies looking to enable more efficient remote collaboration, StructureFlow aims to fill this gap.

Data Economy's Abigail Opiah talks to Tim Follett, Founder & CEO of StructureFlow about organisations embracing visual story telling and the importance of developing cloud-based software that enables remote, collaborative working.


StructureFlow, a UK-based tech start-up that helps people visualise complex structures/data easily and remotely, has launched.