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Posts tagged with Startups

Start Me Up! A profile of Laundrapp

Online laundry startup Laundrapp launched last month, backed by £1.5m in seed funding. 

We've been asking Ed Relf, CEO of Laundrapp, about the company's business model and plans... 

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Start Me Up! A profile of Curiously

Curiously is a dating site which is centred around music tastes. 

I've been asking Grant Powell, the founder and CEO of Curiously about his plans for world domination... 

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10 lessons I learned from starting a niche lifestyle website

It’s amazing what you can learn in eight months.

In the middle of June last year, I got together with a few writers and creatives to start a niche lifestyle blog. 

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Start Me Up! A profile of online cookery school Hari Ghotra

The market for online recipes and cooking tutorials is hugely competitive and largely dominated by the BBC and celebrity chefs.

Hari Ghotra is attempting to take on the big players with an interactive cookery school that uses a variety of digital channels including social media, video guides and blogs.

I spoke to Hari to find out more...

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Start Me Up! A profile of My Glasses Club

My Glasses Club is the first subscription based prescription glasses retailer. For a monthly fee, customers can choose two pairs of glasses each year backed by cover for damage and prescription changes.

I've been asking Scott Woodhead, the co-founder at My Glasses Club, about the business and its plans for future growth. 

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How can London's Tech City help startups get to series C funding?

Le Web is a hotbed of entrepreneurs and startups looking to network, make connections and hopefully bump into a generous venture capitalist.

Consequently one of the topics up for discussion is the differing appeal of Europe’s various startup ecosystems.

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Successful corporate-startup ventures. Pt 3: Keeping your organisation engaged

The final part of this series looks at how you can become a great partner to startups you partner with, and ensure that you keep your internal stakeholders happy.

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Successful corporate-startup ventures. Pt 2: Doing the deal

In the last post, we looked at finding real mutual value in corporate–startup venturing linkups. In this post we’ll look at doing the deal in the right way.

Designing a deal structure which gets the value exchange, risk and rewards properly and fairly allocated is much more complex than many realise before embarking on the startup venture strategy.

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Successful corporate startup ventures. Pt 1: Real mutual value

Corporate venturing is currently booming.

In this series of blog posts we’ll share what we've learned from our experience in creating partnerships between corporates and startups which deliver value to all sides.

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Start Me Up! TreSensa: branded HTML5 games for mobile

Mobile is hot, HTML5 is hot, branded experiences are hot. What's not to like about TreSensa?

I caught up with Robert Grossberg, CEO of TreSensa, to see how the young company is faring.

Take a look..

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Start Me Up! Thalamus: 'Yelp for advertising'

The advertising landscape is confusing, fragmented, brimming with new technology and not necessarily transparent.

That's partly the reason that Marketing Week and Econsultancy have launched a conference on the subject, Get With The Programmatic, in partnership with AppNexus.

It's also the reason Thalamus exists, a startup that aims to be the 'Yelp of advertising'. I caught up with founder and CEO, Garrett Gan.

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Start Me Up! A profile of BRUU

BRUU is an online gourmet tea club, which will deliver a box of teas every month through subscriber's letterboxes. 

I've been asking Anneka James, a Director at BRUU, about the business and its plans for future growth. 

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