Last year, 5 years after building up her company Slingshot Sponsorship in true “bedroom to boardroom” style, as she puts it, Jackie Fast sold the business to a Nasdaq listed Venture Capital firm based out of Singapore.
The world of sport is full of iconic images; think Pele swapping shirts with Bobby Moore in 1970; Torvill & Dean’s Bolero at the Winter Olympics in Sarajevo in 1984;
Now that the summer has well and truly departed, and daylight-saving time is beginning to rear its gloomy head, thoughts are inevitably turning to winter breaks.
Startup networking always works better when there is food on the table, and an MC to facilitate introductions and get tongues wagging.
This has long been the philosophy at London-based startup TableCrowd,
Have you experienced the HIPPO effect? The “Highest Paid Person’s Opinion” often carries the most weight at the expense of the more junior members of an organisation,
It’s about as seamless as it gets, unless Vogue was to reinvent itself as a catalogue or shopping channel.
Conde Nast and Farfetch have announced that Conde Nast will supply premium editorial content to Farfetch’s global e-commerce platform,
Uber are not the only company who can see an advantage in being able, quite literally, to take off at the first sign of traffic.
It’s as long as One Canada Square is Tall – Can Plexal turn Here East into Europe’s premier tech hub?
Plexal is the new “mini city” that opened its doors to more than 800 members,
At Haggerston Times, we bang the drum for entrepreneurs and startups everywhere.
We’re pro-disruptive services, and we’re always on the lookout for the new business idea that cuts right through the cr*p and solves a silly problem that,
The prolific and acclaimed Italian fine artist and designer Enzina Fuschini strides boldly into the abstract in her latest show, IMPACT, which is on display at 508 Kings Road Gallery until 19th June.
Tech Will Save US is the award winning startup that wants to help kids learn about tech using sound, movement and light.
Founded in 2012 the startup builds toys that kids aged four and over can build,
London loves street food. So does the rest of the UK. The industry is worth an estimated £1 billion to the economy, and its growing 20% year on year.