A technology startup founded in 2011 has closed a Series B funding round, backed by venture capital firms Panoramic Growth Equity and Smedvig Capital.
Since last appearing on Real Business's Hot 100 in 2014, Busaba has made expansion outside of London, as well as retaining loyal customers, its top priorities.
On the back of rolling out its operations into 18 new cities in the UK, Real Business asked Remo Gerber, the UK CEO of taxi app Gett, what he thought the future had in store.
Coinciding with the launch of London Technology Week, recent research has claimed that the capital has retained its position as the most popular tech hub in Europe, and is forecast to boost its economy by £18bn in 2015.
Whether you are planning your first office space, or an increase in size – or maybe even a downsize – there are some essential considerations to take into account.
Jonathan Kini, head of SME business at Vodafone UK, shares five top tips on how companies can leverage employees in combination with technology to help strengthen business performance and stay ahead of the competition.
The tech industry is full of all creatures great and small and, regardless of size, companies in the sector are often considered innovative disruptors. So what does it take for a startup to create the right environment?
Whether you’re an online retailer or the owner of a brick and mortar store, Amazon is likely your most formidable foe. However, you may find that you have the competitive edge when it comes to taking the behemoth head-on – at least that's what Flubit discovered.
While KPMG partner Bivek Sharma has experienced first-hand what it is like to grow a small and agile company, he is now using that grounding to sprinkle a dash of innovation and entrepreneurialism into the corporate world of professional services.
Tim Hunt, winner of the Nobel Prize in 2001, has offered a somewhat confused apology for recent remarks made about his “trouble with girls” in labs, while maintaining he had “meant to be honest”.
Johann Rupert, CEO of luxury goods company Richemont – who has made billions through brands including Cartier and Chloe – said replacing workers with robots will escalate the tension between the rich and the poor.
Following on from the success of 2014′s maiden London Technology Week, which saw 40,000 people from 40 countries come together, 2015’s initiative will include 200 events. However, with such a crammed schedule, we've picked out the ten essential highlights.