Mayor Boris Johnson continues to sing the praises of London's Tech City and Silicon Roundabout communities, but his department has officially revealed the UK capital is the home of more tech talent than any other major city in the world.
More women are needed to protect British businesses against the dangers of cyber crime according to a new report.
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London's Silicon Roundabout area in Shoreditch is the dominant spot for tech and creative firms, with the businesses bunched eight times more densely than those in closest rival Manchester. So how do the other UK digital communities measure up?
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Acturis specialises in supporting the industry through technological innovations, which enabled the firm to hit the milestone for 12,000 customers in December 2014.
Last week O2’s enterprise accelerator Wayra released its StartupDNA report on the UK’s burgeoning startup community and found that Britain is leading the way in the world for female entrepreneurship.
To ensure London's creativity continues to grow, Tech.London, an online information hub for startups and investors, has been unveiled by IBM and funding platform Gust. During an interview at the official launch, Real Business discovered the platform may just grow beyond the borders of London to help the entire UK tech economy achieve its true potential.
The British Business Bank announced a £17.5m investment in Passion Capital, for the venture investment firm's £45m second fund.
Which tech VCs should you be looking out for this year? Here are the most active early-stage investors of 2014.
Many women in tech seeking female role models currently look towards the most visible, the headline-makers, like Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg and Yahoo’s Marissa Meyer. However, as amazing as those women are, the 'Inspiring Fifty' made it their mission to showcase the many accomplished, and all-too-often overlooked women in technology a lot closer to home.
Tech SMEs reported strong growth over the last year. Is the upward trend set to continue?