The thing about London; it’s full of smart people. Everywhere you look, on the tube, the buses, in the taxis and Ubers; every office and every shop is crammed full of smart people,
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,
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,
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,
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,
“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,
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,
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,
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,
London start-up fanciers will doubtless be aware of the fable of Melvyn Morris, and not least because it is a heart-warming tale of a humble,