Real Business created the Future 50 project in 2011, to recognise the UK’s most exciting, most disruptive early-stage businesses. With just a short time to go before nominations close for this year’s Everline Future 50 (midnight, Monday January 6, 2014), here’s a quick glimpse at some of the game-changing companies already in the running. New apps and digital solutions for young holiday-makers – as the founder puts it, “There has been no innovation in this sector since Club 18-30 was invented in 1970.” Bringing the “sharing economy” to private transport.?A new service to help women motorists become more knowledgeable and have enough confidence to know that they are paying the correct prices when it comes to their cars. A major innovation in loyalty cards, focusing on the independent retail sector.?Collaborative consumption comes to the pre-owned designer fashion market.?Mobile car tyre replacement = bye bye KwikFit. Recruitment disrupter features strongly with one business turning the traditional model of recruitment on its head; and another providing a unique online marketplace to match high-quality interns with corporate employers. The pre-hospital A&E sector is also ripe for disruption, says one nominee. Another is aiming to bring technology to police whistleblower calls.?And, three cheers, the estate agency model is being challenged by a well-backed start-up. Do you know a young business that’s disrupting its market or creating a new market? Put them forward for this year’s Everline Future 50.The Everline Future 50, with Real Business, is the UK’s largest programme to recognise early-stage disruptive businesses. Nominations close at midnight on Monday January 6, 2014.Successful candidates will be recognised at a special Everline Future 50 celebration on February 25, where you can meet many of the UK’s most exciting new businesses.
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