Unicorns are normally labels given to businesses worth $1bn or more, but Tracy Ebdon-Poole thinks they also represent that illusive diamond member of staff.
What is the key to the success of the so-called unicorns? Alex Klose, head of marketing at digital customer engagement specialist IMImobile argues that companies seeking to emulate such success should look to deliver the best customer experience possible whilst questioning the value brought to customers.
As we look to future of UK plc, I often wonder where the big British business ideas are going to come from, given we have with gaps in the country’s skills and productivity to fill.
US gaming firm Activision Blizzard has launched an assault on the gaming industry with the $5.9bn takeover of Dublin-born Candy Crush company King, which will see the British business join the likes of Call of Duty. We look at the public firm's journey to achieve a second exit – is this just another tech crash in the making?
VC-backed companies raised more than $32bn (£20.55bn) during the second quarter of 2015, a "Venture Pulse Q2 ’15" report from KPMG International and CB Insights has revealed.
The second outing of London Technology Week began a quarter of the way up The Shard this morning, but is an ongoing focus solely on the capital the best way to drive the sector forward?