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TechCityinsider’s TechCities content demonstrates that London is far from the only major UK hub for digital innovation. In our latest city startup overview from Company Formations 24.7, we hear from Devon’s county town, Exeter, where Crowdcube is the local tech star.
Birmingham-based digital data handling solution provider Etive Technologies, based at the city’s Innovation Birmingham Campus, has signed three significant new deals as part of its efforts to help more people engage online.
TECHNATION200: The LDN Group helps young people to prepare for the world of work. Chief executive Simon Bozzoli tells Toni Sekinah how its Tech City Stars programme gives digital companies access to talent and increases tech sector diversity.
TECHNATION200: Collaborative video creation platform Seenit allows brand marketers to outsource the creation of their video content to their employees and advocates. Founder Emily Forbes says the platform documents conversations instead of just events.
TECHNATION200: Croydon Tech City is the not-for-profit organisation bringing together the tech community and promoting the south London borough’s digital credentials in the face of poor public perceptions. Co-founder Jonny Rose explains his approach.
TECHNATION200: Crowd2Fund, a platform that specialises in crowdfunding for businesses that want to leverage their customer loyalty, is also now a provider of the government’s new Innovative Finance ISA. Chief executive Chris Hancock explains.
TECHNATION200: Residential property crowdfunding platform Property Partner was set up to make it possible for people to invest and own shares in a piece of real estate. Mark Weedon, PP’s head of institutional development, tells Toni Sekinah about the business.