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Here’s what Google, Apple and Microsoft are up to in healthcare
posted on March 23, 2017

Tech giants such as Google, Apple and Microsoft are investing heavily in HealthTech. We take a look at what exactly they’re up to.

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Babylon: Bringing digital health to the world
posted on March 20, 2017

From refugee to serial entrepreneur, Ali Parsa, founder of Babylon Health, explains how tech is making healthcare more accessible.

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Cem Savas, co-founder of Plentific, on partnering with Zoopla and why he doesn’t believe in regrets
posted on March 19, 2017

Ceem Savas, co-founder of Plentific, spoke to us about partnering with large brands such as Zoopla and why he doesn’t believe in having regrets.

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60 Seconds With … Emma Sinclair MBE, co-founder of EnterpriseJungle and the youngest to IPO in the UK
posted on March 17, 2017

Yessi Bello Perez speaks to Emma Sinclair MBE, the co-founder of EnterpriseJungle and the youngest ever person to IPO a company in the UK at the age of 29.

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5 UK tech firms disrupting the insurance sector
posted on March 16, 2017

Following the acquisition of insurance tech firm Simply Business, we take a look at some of the UK’s most innovative InsurTech firms.

Scotland

What would a second Scottish referendum mean for tech startups?
posted on March 16, 2017

The possibility of a second independence referendum raises questions on how this community would be impacted. We asked tech startups from both sides of the border for their thoughts.

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Are wearables the future of healthcare?
posted on March 16, 2017

Wearables aren’t just for fitness and fun, they’re helping to improve healthcare, too. Emily Spaven reports.

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Is the UK government’s 5G revolution being over-hyped?
posted on March 15, 2017

To what extent are the UK government’s 5G plans feasible and, more importantly, necessary? Robyn Darbyshire explores.

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Mental health: Tech’s biggest taboo
posted on March 14, 2017

Anxiety, exhaustion and depression are rife in the startup world, so why are they still unspoken taboos?

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David Mytton, CEO of Server Density, on how to manage stress levels as a founder
posted on March 13, 2017

David Mytton, founder and CEO of Server Density, shares his advice on how to manage stress levels as a technology firm founder.

Ben Southworth

Q&A: Ben Southworth co-founder of Unicorn Hunt on why he doesn’t like being called a ‘serial entrepreneur’
posted on March 5, 2017

We spoke to Ben Southworth, one of the original 3-beards, and now co-founder of Unicorn Hunt about the state of the UK tech industry and why he doesn’t necessarily like the term ‘serial entrepreneur’.

SleepTech

SleepTech: What are VCs looking for?
posted on March 3, 2017

It may be ironic, but new research suggests wearables and trackers devised to solve sleep problems, might actually be causing them. Hiba Mahamadi has more.

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