- Daredevil’s duel quest
- Northstar’s tech mission
- York reframes video
- Feeling without touching
- Lucca’s Wonderluk
TECH FUNDAMENTALS: Early-stage investor Forward Partners provides its entrepreneurs with funding and a startup team to help them hit the ground running. Managing partner Nic Brisbourne talked to us.
TECHNATION200: Liverpool-based digital design agency Draw+Code works in frontier fields like virtual and augmented reality and projection mapping. Co-founder Chris Barker says the agency delivers on aesthetics and function.
TECHNATION200: In just nine months, Fintech Circle has become a go-to angel network of choice for investors who invest solely in technology-enabled financial services. Its ex-banker co-founder and chair Susanne Chishti tells us why she set up the network.
TECHNATION200: Bristol-based mobile social games studio Daredevil Project has developed Duel.me, a new millennial-targeted photo pairing platform. Founder Paul Archer tells TCi about the project – and working out of Bristol.
TECHNATION200: Bright Futures is a Salford-based software business with a clear mission: to keep IT onshore – by drawing heavily on apprenticeships. Chief executive Eudie Thompson tells TCi why apprenticeships are so vital for UK tech.
TECHNATION200: Online retailers are losing revenue, and goodwill, as a result of the poor design of online transaction forms – with as many as two in three forms abandoned before final payment. Manchester-based Formisimo can help. Founder Al Mackin explains how.
TECHNATION200: Bristlr is a new dating app designed specially for people looking for romance with people with beards. Hirsuit founder John Kershaw, fresh from the Ignite100 accelerator, talks to us about the business of creating Tinder for beards.
TECHNATION200: Blockchain is the world’s most popular bitcoin wallet, with more users – 3.8 million at last count – than all the other cryptocurrency wallets combined. Chief executive Peter Smith tells us what more needs to happen to boost public adoption of bitcoin.