A Series A investment worth £7m has been closed by technology business Flyway, which has developed a service aimed at the hospitality industry.
February 2015 saw Uber begin using talent from Carnegie Mellon University to develop driverless technology. Some six months later, the cab company is reportedly ready to invest in 500,000 autonomous cars in a bid to beat Google and Nissan.
The CBI has warned that more than half of employers are concerned they're not able to recruit enough high-skilled workers. Its latest research also suggested that the chancellor's recently introduced apprenticeship levy may not do much to resolve the problem.
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Jason Cartwright, founder and CEO of Potato, explains which trends small business leaders should be looking at if they hope to cope with ever-changing pace of technology.
Beacon technology on buses will enable advertisers to push targeted offers and content to commuters as they travel around London.
Productivity has become one of the most talked about subjects in recent months. As such, Real Business pulled together the thoughts of EAT, StuRents and Motorclean to find out how innovation such as video conferencing, efficiency software and abandoning paper sales notes are bringing big returns.
In an increasingly congested market, bicycle ecommerce business Always Riding has developed an offering which is bringing high quality cottage industry brands to discerning cyclists on a international stage.
London-based technology business Geniac has taken an alternative route to finding the funds it needs for future growth by securing the backing of professional services firm Grant Thornton.
London Technology Week (LTW) took place from 15-21 June and was a week of face-to-face events where some of the world’s most innovative products and personalities were on display. Niall O’Loughlin, marketing manager at 99designs, has unveiled the event highlights of the design industry.
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.