Scottish technology firm M Squared Lasers is planning for a period of accelerated growth in the world export market after securing financial support from Barclays and the Business Growth Fund. It's a 2016 Everline Future 50 member and has a brilliant future ahead.
Business leaders are always being urged to seek out gaps in the market, find out everything they can about that gap and own it. Still in doubt as to whether it is the best route to starting a business? Then look no further than Everline Future 50 2016 business Land Insight – its creation is proof that the concept truly works.
Many people prefer home cooking to eating, out but not all of them have time to slavishly perfect their soufflé for dinner parties. With that in mind, this Everline Future 50 2016 company believes having a chef take over your kitchen could be a delicious alternative to the restaurant scene.
With succession being such a key topic in the family business world, many parents go on to work with their children. But whilst father and son firms remain far more common, there has been a rise in father and daughter combos. JournoLink is one such case and is in our Everline Future 50 2016.
First launching as Spacious in January 2014 before changing its name, Entrepreneur First alumni Tushar Agarwal and Tom Watson, together with an ex-advisor to the British prime minister, aim to use Hubble as a portal to bring simplicity and transparency to the office-rental process. It's an Everline Future 50 2016 member.
For founder Avin Rabheru, a former VC investor in several companies such as Crowdcube, Kabbee and Streetcar, it was a natural step to take on the challenge of building his own business – and it’s clear his entrepreneurial pursuit has paid off and even earned a place in the Everline Future 50 2016.
Craft beer’s meteoric rise is offering consumers an alternative drink to enjoy besides the ever dominant and mass-produced lager. And alongside the traditional routes of sale, there has also been a growth in online consumption – a concept Everline Future 50 2016 member HonestBrew is well-known for.
Founded by Edward Poland and Will Swannell, Hire Space is taking the collaborative consumption movement, made popular by poster child Airbnb, and applying it to the unique space of venue rental. It's won a place in our 2016 Everline Future 50.
Fourex is on a mission to provide what the company founder calls “currency exchange on steroids”. The tagline certainly is a memorable one and it worked wonders in 2015 as the company secured the praise, and capital, of Richard Branson – as well as a place in our Everline Future 50 2016.
As the leading recycling company in London, First Mile has secured its place in the Everline Future 50 2016 – with the business managing waste for over 14,000 firms across the capital and Birmingham.
Cleantech venture Desolenator has made it into our Everline Future 50 2016, recognised for its ambition to prevent disease and poor living conditions by providing people around the world with clean drinking water.
A former soldier, Stephen O’Leary is a man on a mission out make a difference to the education sector with Edutise, which is why the firm has secured a place in our Everline Future 50 2016 ranking.