The tech sector thrived in Q1 2017, so we’ve broken down the first quarter’s results with an infographic detailing how the British venture capital investing was done.
Our After Exit series continues, and our next entrepreneur hasn’t just left his business behind, he also achieved the first crowdfunding exit in the UK.
While the likes of Starbucks want consumers to guzzle coffee down like there’s no tomorrow, cleantech enterprise bio-bean is more interested in the leftover grounds that go untouched. The growing firm is working with caffeine merchants, such as coffee shops and factories, to reform the waste into reusable energy.
Removing artificial price barriers from electricity markets, bringing transparency and connecting customers with the cheapest available energy, Everline Future 50 2016 business Tempus Energy envisages a world where low-carbon electricity generates money at least expense to customers and the environment.
Cleantech venture Desolenator has made it into our Everline Future 50 2016, recognised for its ambition to prevent disease and poor living conditions by providing people around the world with clean drinking water.
Fast-growing cleantech businesses are invited to take part in a trade mission to San Francisco in March. Here’s how to get involved.