Your.MD, a health-tech start-up that was founded in Oslo, Norway by CEO Matteo Berlucchi but is now headquartered in London, announced today that it has added 12 additional leading digital health service providers to its One Stop Health platform.
Fans of TV could be forgiven for thinking there were only a handful of funny people in the UK – Frank Skinner, Michael McIntyre, Graham Norton,
An Advocacy Charity who launched an app on Jan 16th to “support the UK’s most vulnerable people as they apply for Employment Support Allowance (ESA) and Personal Independence Payment (PIP)” has received 80,000 visits from more than 60,000 unique users in just eight months.
A brush with one of the BBC’s “Dragon” investors is often more than a start-up founder can take – most leave the Den, populated by wealthy entrepreneurs turned television personalities –
Brands such as the BBC, Red Bull, Unilever, Jaguar and Cisco are gaining invaluable insights about how to interpret the emotional responses of their customers and use them to improve their products and customer experiences thanks to Belfast-based start-up Sensum Insights.
The democratisation of video content and the popularity of social media sites like YouTube are changing the way that ecommerce sites operate, and one start-up,
Does tech make our lives better? Will technological advances put us all out of a job (and is that a bad thing?), what role should,
The story of Second Home
Many amongst London’s start-up eco-system were in celebratory mood last week as Creative accelerator Second Home, led by ex-Special Advisor for tech to David Cameron and columnist Rohan Silva,
If it hadn’t been for a perfectly fitting slipper, where would Cinderella be today?
Such is the historical importance of footwear in our lives –
Has there ever been a more challenging time to be a global media agency? With disruptive new social media platforms springing up nearly every day led by ambitious entrepreneurs,
“Woke up…got out of bed…dragged a comb across my head…” for many of us, the Beatles had it more-or-less right.
Mornings are for falling out of bed semi-conscious,
Tech Start-ups have made a habit of mocking the status quo and asking us, the public, to think outside of the everyday constraints – think driving to work,
It’s a crowded space with high-profile stories of both success and failure – now a new start-up, HeyMenu, is planning to enter London’s unpredictable food delivery market,
Caught yourself staring aimlessly out of the window recently, wishing you had a colleague to discuss last night’s telly with, whilst hoping the telephone rings with some news of a new project to get stuck into?
Just Eat, the disruptive food delivery service-cum-Tech “unicorn” which has spawned a thousand copy-cat companies, from mega-bucks success stories like restaurant food delivery service Deliveroo and Delivery Hero on the continent,