The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for London startups for 19/4/2021 featuring funding details for Zilch Technology, Beelivery, and much more.
London Tech News for the week ending 17/4 including the London startup fundings, exits, and events featuring news for Clim8, Pain, and much, much more.
The European Tech Weekly Notable Startup Funding Report takes on a trip across various ecosystems in Europe, highlighting some of the notable funding activity in the various markets that we track. The notable European Tech startup fundings for the week ending 17/4/21 featuring funding details for Hack The Box, Grover, and eight other European fundings that you absolutely need to know about.
Like the internet in the 1990s or social media in the early 2000s, NFTs will go down in history as one of the most significant things to happen in modern technology and culture at large. Big statement — I know — so let me tell you why I’m so excited.
70% of patients consider online reviews important when selecting a healthcare provider and 75% of people have searched for a physician online according to a recent survey from Patientpop. With reviews playing such a pivotal role in discovery, gathering reviews is not only essential as a marketing tool but also as a mechanism for clinicians to address issues that may be resulting in less than stellar patient satisfaction. Doctify is the tech-enabled healthcare review platform that provides both patients and healthcare providers with valuable insights. Founded by two physicians in 2015, the platform also offers patients the ability to schedule appointments and teleconsultations. Doctify is offered on a subscription basis to the healthcare provider and is free to use for patients. London TechWatch caught up with CEO and Cofounder Stephanie Eltz to learn more about the business, the company’s strategic expansion plans to further support its mission to keep both patients and healthcare providers informed, latest funding round from investors that include Keen Venture Partners, Amadeus Capital, Guinness Asset Management, and Tom Teichman.
The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for London startups for 15/4/2021 featuring funding details for Cado Security and much more.
More than half of consumers say that loyalty programs are the key reason they choose specific retailers and brands. Brands love these programs because they help fuel customer retention and also provide valuable data. Yet, consumers have very little power over how these programs work and how to best utilize their loyalty accruals. For example, you may have significant points on one airline but another airline is offering the same route for significantly cheaper, leaving you in a dilemma to go for the points or save the cash. Swapi is a mobile wallet and loyalty points management platform that allows users to seamlessly swap between loyalty points between different brand’s loyalty programs and spend these points through the app’s marketplace that’s integrated directly with the brands. As there’s been a growing movement toward decentralisation, Swapi empowers consumers to take charge of their consumer spend and loyalty earnings by providing unparalleled flexibility. Making that decision between loyalty and savings just got easier. London TechWatch caught up with Founder and CEO Pete Howroyd to learn more about the experience of launching the business during the pandemic, the upcoming formal launch of the app, the company’s recent funding round, and much, much more…
The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for London startups for 14/4/2021 featuring funding details for LOKE, Loyalize, and much more.
Why can’t I find anyone to work at my startup that is as committed as I am as a Founder? I’ve created comp structures and upside, and yet I still feel like I’m the last person standing when it comes to really being committed to this thing. Is it me or is this just the way things at startups go?
Every entrepreneur tries to maximize his startup growth by building and selling more product and services for the widest geographic area that he or she can support. This strategy is called “organic growth,” yet it alone may yield only a fraction of the potential you could achieve, unless you add the additional strategies of partnerships […]