Skip navigation

Gloucestershire Business News

Businessmen launch platform to enable employees to tell employers how they feel

Trio of Gloucestershire-based entrepreneurs are enabling employees to tell their employers the truth about how they really feel at work.

Truthsayers, located in South Woodchester, has been set-up by co-founders Andy Dean, Tim Evans and Simon Stapleton who are from Avening and Nailsworth.

The three businessmen have developed 'E-Cubed', an employee engagement survey tool combining neuroscience, psychology and technology, to revolutionise the way businesses communicate, collaborate and connect with their employees.

E-Cubed will enable local and global businesses to get to the bottom of how their staff truly feel.

It will do this by capturing instinctive gut responses by bypassing conscious thought processes, measuring the immediacy of participant responses to statements on any digital device.


Click here to get Punchline Daily, the best Gloucestershire news delivered to your inbox

By bringing an understanding of how the brain works out of the laboratory and into the commercial environment, Truthsayers will assist organisations in overcoming many of the challenges they face in modern business by addressing employees' real concerns.

Andy Dean, one of the directors and co-founders, said: "By using our greater understanding of how the brain works and combining this with a state-of-the-art implicit platform, Truthsayers is introducing a ground-breaking application of neuroscience and technology that will benefit organisations worldwide.

"No other platform can build a suite of products that delivers different tests that are all powered by the truth."

Simon Stapleton, said: "We've deliberately built the platform so that it is as accessible as possible, removing all barriers for businesses to enter this Neurotech world.

"Its flexibility means companies will be able to implement the suite of products available or build their own products utilising our IRT model."

Tim Evans, added: "No company has taken the neuroscience and knowledge out of the lab before to disrupt across the commercial space."

Related Articles

It's official: Gloucestershire firm is one of the country's Top 100 Best Companies to Work For  Image

It's official: Gloucestershire firm is one of the country's Top 100 Best Companies to Work For

Creed Foodservice has been recognised as one of the top places to work in the country by The Sunday Times.

Key roads in Gloucester and Tewkesbury reopen as flood waters begin to fall - for now Image

Key roads in Gloucester and Tewkesbury reopen as flood waters begin to fall - for now

The worst of the disruption caused by Storm Dennis appears to be over – for now.

Plans to add office accommodation to historic Grade II Listed Gloucester Docks warehouse Image

Plans to add office accommodation to historic Grade II Listed Gloucester Docks warehouse

The ground floor of one of the historic Grade II-Listed warehouses in Gloucester Docks could be turned into offices if plans are approved by city council planners.

Cheese from a plant? Gloucestershire TV star's campaign to teach kids where food comes from Image

Cheese from a plant? Gloucestershire TV star's campaign to teach kids where food comes from

A new campaign that will teach children about where their food has come from has been launched by Gloucestershire-based farmer and TV presenter Adam Henson.

Copyright 2020 Moose Partnership Ltd. All rights reserved. Reproduction of any content is strictly forbidden without prior permission.