London Tech News for the week ending 13/4 including the London startup fundings, exits, and events featuring news for Shedul, Bump, Tribt, and much, much more…
It’s been two years since the last time I judged the Automate Startup Competition. More than any other trade show contest, this event has been an oracle of future success. In following up with the last vintage of participants, all of the previous entries are still operating and many are completing multi-million dollar financing rounds. As an […]
Ten of the key challenges that Facebook faced in their growth, to move from a tiny social media upstart to one of the most successful companies in the world.
The latest venture capital seed and angel deals for London startups for 12/4/2019 featuring funding details for TopHat.
Starting a new venture still costs real money, even though the entry price has come down dramatically in the last few decades. For example, I come from a software background, and back in the early PC days, it could easily cost half a million dollars for a team of professionals to produce a commercial product. […]
The latest venture capital seed and angel deals for London startups for 10/4/2019 featuring funding details for Schedul, Trint, and much more.
Armed with some data from our friends at CrunchBase, I broke down the largest global startup funding rounds from the first quarter of 2019. I have included some additional information such as industry, company description, round type, founders, and total equity funding raised to further the analysis.
The challenge for all of us in business is to improve competitiveness by improving employee productivity and reducing costs. According to Gartner, one of the biggest drags on productivity is employee engagement, still hovering around 30 percent, and costing our businesses over $450 billion per year. I believe the only way to improve engagement is to […]
The latest venture capital seed and angel deals for London startups for 10/4/19 featuring funding details for Limitless Technology, Verv, and much more.
The goal of strategic design thinking is to understand and solve a problem for its consumer. This method is applied to the design of intangible services and processes, which is an idea we have become familiar with in the new Age of Experience.