Hilary Clinton stood forlornly under Manhattan’s highest real-life glass ceiling, and announced ““I know that we still have not shattered that highest and hardest glass ceiling…But someday someone will” as she conceded the US election to Donald Trump, the ultimate male chauvinist throwback.
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”,
Notonthehighstreet.com, the “leading curated online marketplace connecting the best small creative businesses with the world” has raised $27.65m in a Series E round led by Hubert Burda Media.
The start-up, which was founded in 2006 by entrepreneurs Holly Tucker MBE and Sophie Cornish MBE,
meet the iBag – custom designed by the female-led team at Colmac Robotics Ltd, and designed by Geova Rodriguez from New York, it doesn’t just look good, it can help you save!
The personal finance website finder.com/UK has announced the launch of the UK’s first ever digitally programmable,
They say the best start-up ideas are the ones that make you wonder why you didn’t do it yourself .
When we think about London’s start-up eco-system Level 39 is quite possibly one of the first names that comes to mind, somewhere after “Tech City”, perhaps, and certainly right there in the mixer with “Silicon Roundabout”, WeWork, The Bakery, Central Working, Google Campus, Techstars /Barclays London, and so on.
Synonymous with the emergence and supercharged growth of FinTech,