The applications sector is beginning to attract serious entrepreneurs and investors.
News today of the largest ever funding round for an open-source ERP business.
A couple of years ago, the ownership of QinetiQ was a major public scandal, with commentators suggesting it should never be in private (let alone private equity) hands. Now the former government research department is yielding exciting entrepreneurial ventures.
A British company is on the verge of the long-awaited chewing gum breakthrough having secured investment to continue research into non-stick gum.
One of the UK’s smartest diagnostics firms, Myconostica, looks set for 2009 exit.
As the world moves to faster, more expensive optical-based networks, companies such as Conjunct will play a central role.
One Manchester business is cleaning up in the disposal sector.
Entrepreneur behind insurance broking giant backs off sale to Candover.
Picture Financial, the personal loans business that claimed to be the UK’s biggest ever start-up, has become the victim of its very own financial crisis.
Clean Scene founder says that, while venture capital firms invested a record 2bn in clean technology deals during 2007, Europe risks falling behind the US.
Trot out the shoe cliches. Kurt Geiger managers have laced up the deal.
Depressing news today from 3i, the UK’s biggest venture capital firm, that it’s reining back on its investments in early-stage businesses.