2016 was a damp squib in so many ways, for reasons we hardly need to go into here. But despite some reports to the contrary, tech, and more specifically investing in early stage, London based tech startups flourished last year, insists the CEO of one of the UK’s most prolific early stage tech investors.
Toby Kernon has owned 19 cars in 20 years, he says. During that period he has switched models, makes, and styles, for a host of different reasons; a growing family, a new job, a change of scenery.
But the best experience he had was an arrangement with Ford,
Businesses seeking to expand in the New Year have been given a new route to market thanks to dedicated sales platform Clozer. The innovative sharing economy website gives ambitious firms access to a local sales team anywhere in the world that can deliver results by converting prospective customers to firm clients thanks to their sales expertise,
London-based bootstrapping entrepreneurs tired of skipping meals and working out of cramped, expensive offices with questionable hygiene are being given a chance to secure one of twenty free desks at a luxurious new co-working space next to East India DLR station, with 9,00 square feet of workspace, and a wrap-around roof terrace offering spectacular views of Canary Wharf,
Specialist property and asset consultants Lambert Smith Hampton have been appointed by the administrators of Karhoo to market what remains of the business and its assets.
Karhoo is said to have raised as much as $250 million from investors including Panorama Point Partners, and was headquartered in New York,
It’s official – the UK loves shopping online! According to recent research from Colliers International, the Real Estate services company headquartered in London, the UK is by some distance the largest European market for e-commerce.
Collier’s research reveals that Brits spend around £130bn every year shopping online – in fact,