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Pronto subscription food service raises £1m seed round

Food subscription startup Pronto, whose founders slept in their production factory for six months while creating the platform, has raised £1m to “build the food infrastructure of the future”. The round was led by Playfair Capital and joined by an impressive roster of others, including Seedcamp, The London Co-Investment Fund, Ballpark Ventures, The Next Web founder Patrick de…

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SumUp secures €10m from BBVA Ventures and Groupon to go contactless

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Max Keiser’s Bitcoin Capital attracts $1m for cryptocurrency investment

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CIPD offers free ‘people skills’ HR training to Hackney startups

The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development is offering one year’s free HR training worth £800 to companies with 50 employees of fewer that are based in Hackney. The pilot scheme offers a combination of online resources, local events and one-to-one training services to SMEs that may be unable to pay for services to help staff…

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Powered Now secures £350,000 in second Crowdcube round

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University of Edinburgh forms record number of startups

A record number of companies has been formed by the University of Edinburgh in the past 12 months, taking the total created over the past five years to 184. The University of Edinburgh said it supported 44 startups and three spin-outs last year, taking the total to 184 in five years. Investment in university-founded companies…

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Just 18% of directors of ‘Silicon Roundabout’ tech companies are women

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Exclusive: Martyn Davies to head up Ignite’s inaugural London accelerator programme

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Klaus Hommels launches $400m fund for startup investment

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QMUL to offer free startup advice

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SIB makes £75m in equity funding available for Scottish companies

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Tech sector growth slows in Q2

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