Graeme Menday

Sandhurst UK

Graeme is the founder of AlphaBlue and has delivered it as a workable solution to the market. AlphaBlue won the British Invention of the Year award 2012-13, making Graeme the British Inventor of the year. AlphaBlue also won International Consumer Invention of the year, as well as two other main awards at the British Invention Show.

AlphaBlue enables parents to restrict their child’s access to their mobile phone through any web portal, reducing the risk of phone misuse and internet exposure.

About Graeme – Enlisted in the Infantry at 15 and has operated in various global theatres. He has taught Prince William and Prince Harry, is a specialist within Mountain Warfare and ended his military career as an instructor at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, aged 29.

After leaving the Army he has had various careers ranging from IT/Telecoms sales roles with Fortune 500 and ‘start up’ companies. He was involved in the early concept of mobile application management and is one of the most respected Licensed Close Protection Operatives in the UK, working globally with over a dozen A list celebrities, as well as foreign royalty and political figures.

Graeme is a Council Member of UKCCIS (United Kingdom Council for Child Internet Safety) and is responsible as part of UKCCIS for helping the Government improve on-line safety of children.

His life changing quote – ‘Every man dies, but not every man lives!’

Objective- To help parents protect children