Startup funding is practically up in every stage across the board for London startups since the lockdown started when comparing figures to the same time period in 2019. These results will surprise you.
Snoop is the fintech app that’s helping people save money by giving them tips, or “snoops”, like switching from your current energy supplier could lower your energy bar by x percent. Cofounder Scott Mowbray shares the details on how Snoop is saving users serious money.
Renewable energy is one of the fastest-growing sources of energy in the world; with most major markets at least doubling over the last 15 years. Zeigo is the AI-powered renewable marketplace that allows corporations and suppliers to transact in the renewable energy market with full transparency and automation.
CEO and Cofounder Juan Pablo Cerda shares how the business came to fruition based on his experience working for the majors, how the renewable energy market is leveraging technology, and much, much more…
Pushfar is a mentorship and career progression platform that allows users to manage all aspects of a successful mentorship experience. CEO and Cofounder Ed Johnson shares more about the differentiating factors that make Pushfar valuable to organisations and individuals.
“We were some of the first researchers to explore this in real-time, and in the process, we learned how this phenomenon could be harnessed and change the world of energy storage.”
“IRIS is simply the best audio technology out there and activates the brain as no other music can. It is completely unique to the market – no one else offers this superb quality and depth of sound, it is absolutely exclusive to us. IRIS doesn’t take you back to the CD era.”
In the UK, you can get back up to 33% of your R&D expense in the form of a tax credit. This startup makes the process seamless.
Many employees are forced to spend personal funds, manually track expenses with the legacy expense apps, write cumbersome reports, and wait months to get reimbursed. That’s a thing of the past, thanks to this company.
Traditionally, university students have been stuck using platforms like Facebook, ebay, Craiglist, or letgo to sell items that range from textbooks to mini-fridges. However, these platforms aren’t exclusively for students. Paperclip offers a safe, student marketplace that enables thousands of students to buy, sell, and swap items on campus. Paperclip is already partnered with 40 UK […]