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Whiteboard woe drove surgeon to launch Open Medical

‘There isn’t enough time in the day.’ A common refrain among entrepreneurs, and with good r...

Matt Moulding: Why there’s life in the old dog yet!

THG founder and CEO Matt Moulding doesn’t really like the media. I contacted him in February re...

Sidekick ‘unlocking financial advantages of ultra-wealthy for all’

Sidekick, a startup which seeks to unlock the financial advantages of the ultra-wealthy, has raised ...

Rendesco raises £6m to warm up clean heat technology

Demonstrates investor confidence in ground source heat pump technology as the UK transitions to a de...

GenAI ‘fuelling wave of entrepreneurship’

The rise of generative artificial intelligence served by large language models could fuel a wave of ...

Maven exits graduate recruitment platform GradTouch

Maven Capital Partners has completed an exit from GradTouch Ltd - now known as Unseen Group - to Lon...

Labour general election manifesto pledges to ‘drive innovation’

Labour has published its 2024 general election manifesto with a number of key policies around techno...

BT is Slim pickings for billionaire in £400m deal

Shares in BT have risen this morning after Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim acquired a 3.2% stake in ...

After ebullient debut, what lessons can Raspberry Pi take from ‘worst IPO in history’?

The Raspberry Pi IPO is a critical moment for UK capital markets. This is an opportunity to bring ex...

Revolut relocates global HQ in Canary Wharf

Digital bank Revolut will relocate its global headquarters to the newly refurbished YY London buildi...

How are Manchester’s on-fire tech firms ‘engineering for growth’?

When looking at venues for a roundtable of top CTOs, the Slug and Lettuce didn’t make the shortlis...

£29m round to see fast-charging batteries spinout commercialise

A developer of niobium-based fast-charging battery materials has raised £29 million in a Series B r...