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Inbound investment into UK tech ‘reaches 10 year high’


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EY Startup Challenge


VIDEO: Jamie Qiu on EY’s Startup Challenge and the mutual benefits of startups collaborating with large firms
posted on January 9, 2017

We sat down with Jamie Qiu, founder and lead of EY’s Startup Challenge programme, and discussed how collaboration between startups and large corporates can be mutually beneficial. Check out the video and read the article to find out more.


The EY Startup Challenge: Bridging the gap between startups and corporates
posted on October 11, 2016

A third EY Startup Challenge has now begun in London after two programmes in 2014 and 2015, this time focusing on how blockchain technology could be used to address problems in Digital Rights Management and Energy Trading.

Startup Weekly: FinTech Innovation Lab, EY Startup Challenge & more
posted on September 9, 2016

Beth Daniel brings you your weekly round up of news about startup competitions, awards, co-working spaces, accelerators and any other exciting things happening in the UK tech sector.

EY launches second startup challenge
posted on April 7, 2015

Advisory group EY has launched its second ‘EY Startup Challenge’ to give technology startups the chance to compete for 10 places in an intensive eight week mentoring programme with the firm and its clients. This year’s challenge will search for startups with innovative technologies focussed on finding new ways to achieve more intelligent customer interactions…

Collaborating with startups can keep corporations current
posted on December 18, 2014

How do you drive innovation in the corporate world that typically has layers of management, governance and processes? Management and processes exist to ensure accountability and that you can deliver the right products and services to customers at the scale and quality they demand. However, all too often these checks and balances come at the…

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UK tech reacts to the arrival of the Fourth EU Money Laundering Directive
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Inbound investment into UK tech ‘reaches 10 year high’
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Starling Bank expands to Ireland as it eyes Europe
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FinTech startup Yoyo Wallet gets £12m to expand across Europe
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Survey: 22% of female tech founders not heard by male investors
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Your employer brand: How to be more attractive to tech professionals
posted on June 25, 2017