Back in March 2015, the government outlined plans to “make it easier for individuals and businesses to get their tax right and keep on top of their affairs – meaning the end of the annual tax return for millions” – by Making Tax Digital.
Ometria – retail-tech – $5m raised (Inventure Partners, Force Over Mass, SAATCHiNVEST)
Customer expectations are changing fast and the way to generate more sales in the modern market is to give people the best user-experience,
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,
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;
In Centuries to come people will no longer talk about Pandora’s Box and how the furies a little girl unleashed visited pandemonium upon the ancient world.
Our all-too-brief yet nicely concise breakdown of who “did a Leicester City” and who “had a Hilary” in 2017. And yes, we are truly sorry we had to use that last phrase.
Now why would you be thinking about going freelance or checking out the “gig” economy on your first day back at work?
Perhaps it’s best not to answer that,
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,
Not just a digital design agency building apps and disruptive tech products for the likes of Vodafone and BNP Paribas, Despark, the Bulgarian start-up with an increasing presence within London’s thriving tech scene,
They say the best start-up ideas are the ones that make you wonder why you didn’t do it yourself .
A trailblazing Insurtech firm that allows consumers to create a digital inventory of their belongings when they are moving house and use it to purchase home and household contents insurance has completed a $6m “super-seed” round led by White Mountains Insurance Group,
They may not have had the greatest second quarter this year but Britain’s chemical and pharmaceutical companies aren’t panicking, according to the latest Chemical Industries Association member company business survey.
There are 7 stages of grief, and whilst some eternally optimistic folk seem to possess the ability to progress through all seven in the space of a few weeks,