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New Retail Fund from Russia That Plans To Invest $3bn In The Retail Stars Of Tomorrow Will Be Headquartered In London

Letter One, an investment company who describe themselves as “a partnership of successful entrepreneurs and international businesspeople” has launched a new investment vehicle, L1 Retail, which consists of a $3 billion dollar fund to back “a small number of retailers that have the potential to become market leaders in their segments and markets”,


London-Based 4th Generation Italian Fashion House Wants You To Design Your Own Shirts Using Gesture Control and AR

Just when you thought men’s grooming was destined to be something we could only read about in Victorian novels, a bygone service from a bygone era, London-based shirt makers Neronote have decided to reinvent it.

As you can see from the video below, Neronote are predicting that gesture control and AI will allow the world to “speak the universal language of fashion” allowing men to design their own unique shirts by using pioneering technology like gesture control.


Are You A Foodie Start-up Founder Hungry For Success? Try The JustEat Food Tech Accelerator!

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, to nearly-made-its like Pronto and TakeEatEasy, and still hanging-in-there rivals like Hungry House, has decided to share the secrets of its start-up success – by launching its own Food-Tech accelerator.


Softbank To Launch Tech Fund In London Backed By Saudi Investment Fund That Could be Worth Up To $100 Billion

London’s start-up scene has received a huge boost in the form of news that Softbank are to launch a tech fund: the Softbank Vision Fund, set to be managed from London, which could attract enough investment to pump $100 billion into tech start-ups.