Trillion Fund, featured in this year's Everline Future 50 list, was founded in 2011 by Michael Stein and Phillip Riches to open up opportunities to profit from clean energy to everyone, through crowdfunding.
Sphere Fluidics is an Everline Future 50 company pioneering the development of new technology for single cell analysis. Cyto-Mine is the first machine of its kind and enables analysis of millions of single cells in novel biochips and isolation of rare variants which cause disease. This will also allow them to produce new medicines.
Whether it’s a busy bar/pub on a Friday night, a coffee shop on the way to the office, half time at a football match, interval at the theatre or a concert, we have all experienced the fight to get served – often several times a night. And Q App, featured in the Everline Future 50 this year, has set out to become our queuing nightmare solution.
Professional drummer Dominic Joseph found his calling when he decided to drop his sticks in favour of a move into advertising at Mediacorp, which is where he met his future co-founder Adam Ludwin. Together the pair built Everline Future 50 company Captify to disrupt the digital advertising market and claim a slice of the $40bn global display ad industry.
Less than one per cent of unique visitors to TripAdvisor or Yelp leave a review. Instead, there are seven more customer tweets about a restaurant for the two websites receive. That's what makes Everline Future 50's Twizoo so unique. It is an app that finds the best places to eat or drink across London based on what people are saying on Twitter.
The cloud is commonly discussed today, but Adam Chetnik launched Everline Future 50 entrant Hosted Desktop into the market back in 2010 after researching it for two years.
Most companies will choose to avoid a market that's usually facing disaster. However, Cause4 launched following the UK's financial collapse in 2008 to support the charity sector, which was set to experience government cuts and a lack of funding.
A trio of professionals with combined experience in recruitment, technology and investment generated Everline Future 50's JobsTheWord with a grand plan of using big data to shake up the jobs market and provide a better way to generate results for both employers and candidates looking for a job match.
The founders of Everline Future 50's The Telecoms Team have spent the last 15 years helping organisations to audit and manage their telecoms services and usage. Over this time the technology’s changed a lot, but according to them "the way telecoms providers treat their customers hasn’t change a bit".
Five years ago, Everline Future 50's Big Sofa's founders looked into the future and predicted that video would become the next big communication platform within five to ten years. Five years later, Big Sofa is supporting the visual developments and services of household organisations including the UK government and British Airways, securing its place as one of the Everline Future 50.
PayasUgym heats up the Everline Future 50 list with its refreshing take on gym contracts. The pay-as-you-go concept is truly innovative in a sector "hooked on membership revenues".
There are companies in the UK which already provide vehicle short-term leasing, but the most successful of the bunch only have 4,000 cars – acquired over some 15 years. So the pay-as-you-go model used by Everline Future 50 company PAYG Cars makes the business truly unique.