Healthy living is an increasingly popular lifestyle to adopt as people become more aware of artificial content in food and drinks. But not only does Berrywhite want to taste good, it’s designed to do good for communities too, which has sealed its place in the Everline Future 50 2016.
The internet has been supercharged with the arrival of mobiles and Babylon has been designed to capitalise on the trend by providing people with rapid access to healthcare via the smartphone, which is why we prescribed it with a spot in our Everline Future 50 2016.
With billions of dollars at his disposal and the latest technology at his fingertips, it’s surprising that Bruce Wayne, aka Batman, lives in a mansion devoid of smart home automation. But this may soon change with the expansion of UK app Alfred – named after the superhero’s butler.
Believing that a different approach to advertising was required, Adyoulike, which has found its way into the Everline Future 50 2016, was created to provide publishers and brands with a native method of digital marketing that supports a variety of devices to engage users.
What do you get when you combine an environmentalist, an investment banker and an anthropologist? An Everline Future 50 2016 entrant in the form of a crowdfunding investment platform that puts ethics at the heart of the business.
Founded by a husband and wife, Absolute Barrister is an online service designed to bring order to the legal system by connecting consumers and businesses alike to affordable barristers for a range of matters, which has sealed its space on our Everline Future 50 2016.
Following Zoopla’s investment in a handful of proptech startups, Real Business has spoken with founder Alex Chesterman and other rising companies in the sector to discuss what the British property market should prepare for as technology merges with tradition.
Finance veteran Frank Mukahanana worked in the industry for over 13 years, including stints at big names like Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse. He then setup his own ethical fintech disruptor QuidCycle in 2013. The company has gone from strength to strength and has been named in the Everline Future 50 2016.
UK interactive video startup Smartzer, which creates shoppable clips, has secured a $250,000 investment to take total funding to $650,000. We spoke with founder and CEO Karoline Gross about the milestone, winning big name clients including Marks & Spencer and Puma, and life in a male-dominated sector.
While we often hear about government-backed trade missions to far-flung corners on the globe, what actually happens while companies are away and does anything happen off the back of them? Real Business was granted exclusive access to find out more.
In part two of our interview with Indiegogo co-founder Danae Ringelmann, Real Business asks about the evolution of crowdfunding and why big brands are starting to see the benefit of using the platform to remove risk and unnecessary cost from product development.
In the first section of a two-part feature charting the rise of crowdfunding platform Indiegogo, Real Business hears from co-founder Danae Ringelmann about how it came to fruition and the arts-based background that started it all off.