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The Consumer Electronics show aka CES is one of the largest trade shows across the globe annually held in Las Vegas, bringing together developers, manufacturers, investors, media and many more. With the first show dating back all the way to 1967, it’s safe to say technology has changed a little …

This week’s Day in the Life Interview comes from London startup Settled. Founded by brother and sister team Paul and Gemma Young, Settled aims to make buying and selling a home easier with a more modern and open solution for home owners.   First can you tell us a bit …
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Today’s Day in the Life Interview is with founder and CEO of Hamburg startup Kreditech. Kreditech utilises technology to improve financial freedom for the underbanked. Since founding in 2012, the startup has gone from strength to strength and now employs over 300 people and works across five global markets.   First …
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Today’s Monday motivation comes from London based startup Talking Circles, peer mentorship for the modern workforce. An enterprise social learning platform, Talking Circles gives todays workforce the right tools to focus on their personal and professional development in order to achieve their goals across the team.   First can you tell …
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Frankfurt is the economic powerhouse of Germany and central Europe, the most international city in Germany and the largest financial centre on the continent. A financial metropolis, it is home to one of the world’s largest stock exchanges and is a key financial and transport hub for the rest of …

Today kicks off the start of Global Entrepreneurship Week, the world’s biggest celebration of entrepreneurship, the week long festival will see a host of live events taking place across the UK. Last year 2,500 events took place reaching more than 340,000 entrepreneurs and this year it is expected to be …
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There’s no shortage of cities being touted as the European Silicon Valley, but there’s one city in particular that has more than a couple of similarities with its peer across the pond. Just like San Francisco, Lisbon has a notable red suspension bridge, cable cars, surfing and world class wine, …
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Betsy McHugh, founder of wearable tech company Hurdl, is on a mission to de-anonymise the people who attend concerts and events by reinventing what live event experiences look and feel like. McHugh comes from a music industry background, previously an artist manager for both Keith Urban and Hunter Hayes, and …
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AudioTrip is the latest must have travel app, born in Poland out of the founders’ frustration of feeling like there was something missing when they travelled. They loved travel and were always tech geeks, but found that every time they tried to use smartphones to explore new places it was …
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This week we are joined by entrepreneur Laurence Kemball Cook, CEO of Pavegen, a London based startup, pioneering flooring technology to redefine sustainability and empower communities across the globe, utilising the power of footsteps to contribute to a greater environmental goal.   First can you tell us a bit about …