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February 2015
Based in Hammersmith, London, CyLon (Cyber London) is the first cyber security accelerator programme in Europe. Managed by seed accelerator programmer, Ignite, the programme is designed to provide help to cyber security startup businesses and help them to develop their security technology products and services. As the world’s cyber space continues to evolve, unfortunately so...
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Many entrepreneurs fall into the trap of believing their own hype. They get so excited about their ideas and their business that they forgot to put enough work into their investment pitches. They forgot that other people (i.e. investors) have not had the same amount of time to build up excitement or knowledge about the...
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The last couple of years have seen a large number of new startups entering into the UK market. However, securing investment remains an issue for these seed companies, many of whom are still relying on their own investment a year or so into their business. The good news is that there is actually a large...
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Technology has come on leaps and bounds over recent years and has enabled many industries to evolve and improve. One such industry is Human Resources (HR). In the HR industry it is becoming ever more important to ensure that you not only make the correct resourcing choices in the first place but that your employees...
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Apple is spreading its wings even further, having recently acquired the media data startup company responsible for the music analytics platform, Musicmetric. The startup goes by the name of Semetric. Interested parties were first alerted to the acquisition when Semetric, which is London-based, updated its registered company address to the address of law firm Baker...
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At the end of 2014, Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne announced that the Government would be applying more measures to give support to small and medium sized enterprises and startups. He announced plans to further prolong small business rate relief by an extra year, until April 2016 instead of April 2015. This doubles the...
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