By combining the worlds of mobile payments and customer loyalty, Everline Future 50 2016 member Yoyo Wallet is evolving the world of automatic mobile payment technology – enabling a brand new shopping experience for shoppers and retail businesses alike.
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.
We Are Colony is a film streaming platform the likes of which has never been seen before by the video industry. Unlike other platforms, it connects owners of exclusive content with fans that are passionate about film and TV and is part of our Everline Future 50 2016.
Despite being one of the older, more established companies amongst this year’s Everline Future 50, Unlink Software's unique technology is transforming every aspect of prison life more than ever.
As the world’s largest house and pet-sitting network, the TrustedHousesitters website connects pet owners with appropriate and trustworthy sitters to take care of their home and pets whilst they’re away, in exchange for a free retreat. It's well at home in 2016's Everline Future 50 ranking.
Despite being a little older than other Everline Future 50 2016 businesses, Touchnote's growth in the last 12 months has really put it on the map and singled it out as a really disruptive force in the mobile, communication and social media spaces.
Our Everline Future 50 initiative has a strong track record of identifying particularly disruptive software services aimed at the business community, and 2016 entrant TIQ is not different with its innovative take on solving administration headaches.
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.
After identifying that one of the biggest problems for holiday let owners is “empty weeks in their calendar”, founders Matt Fox and Dan Harrison – both with backgrounds in the travel industry – realised that the UK’s self-catering holiday market was in need of its own lastminute.com, which secured its spot in our Everline Future 50 2016.
Shavekit co-founders Tom Walker and Tom Harrow were already veteran entrepreneurs when they founded the innovative subscription-based platform for men's toiletries which has been named one of the Everline Future 50 2016.
Disruptive digital property company Settled was founded in 2014 by siblings Gemma and Paul Young. They wanted to pool their experience in technology and property to create a truly 21st century platform for buying and selling homes, which has won a spot in our Everline Future 50 2016.
Rubies in the Rubble founder Jenny Dawson was inspired to start a sustainable food business after a visit to New Covent Garden fruit and vegetable market alerted her to the amount of food thrown away for being the wrong shape or size. Her company has been chosen as one of 2016’s Everline Future 50.