Beating an addiction isn’t easy. For Jack Symons, gambling was his vice. Overcoming his addiction led to him founding a revolutionary app, Gamban. Here’s his business story.
Groubook: East Midlands businessmanBradley Gough launches a business during the pandemic in the hospitality sector despite devastation in industry.
Our I Tried series has seen numerous business owners trial methods and technologies to increase productivity or work output. The latest in the hot seat, Darren Fell, delivers the Insight he got from an app.
SMEs are the bedrock of this country, let’s make sure they?re filing their compliance returns on time, says PwC’s Suzanne Houghton. In the age of the smartphone, here’s how a handy free app aims to help SMEs meet their filing deadlines.
A talk with Urb-it’s UK managing director, Neville James, unveils the importance of human interaction, be it in terms of customer service or, indeed, as a potential method for saving London’s high streets.
Having been nominated for an industry business award, entrepreneur John Savage explains what valuable extra value he extracted despite not winning.
With a young and dynamic staff, White Stuff has found managing expenses through an app an obvious step a move which means head office is not drowning in paper.
At the beginning of the year, dating app Tinder unveiled a new feature which enabled users to reveal their jobs – something it said had resulted in more matches to prospective partners. Six months later, it's used the feature to find out which jobs are right-swiped most often.
Aiming to solve the world’s GPS and navigation problems, giving an address to the four billion people without one, what3words is one of the most innovative and far-reaching companies to feature in our Everline Future 50 2016 cohort.
It’s always interesting to see how startup bosses approach getting their app or site in front of punters.
A new beer finder app is aiming to deliver the best pint and a level playing field for microbreweries challenging big drinks brands.
Family entertainment giant Disney is set to launch a subscription-based video streaming service in the UK, becoming the biggest media company yet to directly stream its own content online.