This London business designs and makes flexible, hygienic screens to replace hospital curtains. KwickScreen aims to help hospitals replace disposable curtains, reduce operating costs and improve hygiene. The company says it works with every NHS trust to create flexible spaces that are better for infection control, and during the pandemic supplied many of the NHS Nightingale hospitals. Chief innovation officer Michael Korn founded the business in 2009 to combat hospital-acquired infections. KwickScreen now employs about 50 people and sells to 18 countries, including America, where its products are used in 230 hospitals.