Britain may no longer be part of the EU by 2018 but that will not exonerate businesses from having to comply with onerous new data-privacy laws when dealing with consumers and businesses in EU member countries.
Throughout 2016, after the excitement of playing host to one of the world’s most exciting and fastest growing start-up eco-systems, London and the UK faced increasing pressure to grow these early stage,
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,
What’s the difference between London Bridge rail station, and London Bridge Underground?
About 3 miles, by our reckoning! If this is part of your commute,
Some say that a change is as good as feast, but London start-ups could be forgiven for wishing time had stood still from around the time of last year’s Autumn statement.
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,
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.
Far be it from us to call Christmas when it’s still November, but, well, we’re no Scrooge’s here at the HT and when it’s time,
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,
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,