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Our digital future looks bright, according to London mayoral candidates as they took to the podium recently in what was the
I recently organised a series of events at Wayra, Telefonica's digital accelerator, on what compelling solutions the UK's
So, large companies, I hope you won't mind that this post is written for you. It's my thoughts on how, in five steps, you can become a favourable brand to millions of small businesses across Britain. So listen up!
Whilst teenagers and drunk office colleagues are sharing pictures of their naked bits on their mobiles, even posting them to social media, there is another delight quickly climbing to the top of the "things that make you go Hmm" (or "Yumm") in the social media activities: Food-Porn
British women are doing it all over again. Having won the battle over 100 years ago, their current agenda is yet again a winning ticket. Having spoken to a number of young female and male entrepreneurs and having attended a number of recent tech events, it's official. Being a woman entrepreneur in UK right now is a wonderful gift of our times.
For decades now, jealous outsiders have pointed to the vast wealth stemming from Silicon Valley startups and asked, "Why on Earth can't we do that?"
The Wayra Academy in London is one of Europe's newest and most-exciting start-up labs. The space houses 16 new businesses
If you've had the luck to get into an Olympic venue this week - or even just had to travel on the Tube - you know the pain
The Wayra Academy in London is one of Europe's newest and most-exciting start-up labs. The space houses 16 new businesses
Everyone has an idea for an App - including Mayor of London Boris Johnson. (In fact he has three.) The mayor used the official
Sixteen UK start-up companies have been selected from 1,000 entrants by the global tech accelerator Wayra to turn their ideas