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TECHCITYINSIDER100: Having floated on the London Stock Exchange earlier this year – at nearly £1.5 billion the biggest UK tech IPO in eight years – online takeaway ordering service Just Eat is now targeting growth via mobile. CEO David Buttress explains all.
TECHCITYINSIDER100: GoCarShare helps people save money and meet new people through shared journeys. After starting life as a festival car-share platform, the Wayra-graduated startup now also offers corporate car sharing. Co-founder Drummond Gilbert explains.
TECHCITYINSIDER100: What3words is a new universal address system that puts postcodes to one side, by dividing the world up into 57 trillion tiny three-metre squares then giving each a unique three-word descriptor. Chief executive Chris Sheldrick explains all.
TECHCITYINSIDER100: micro-seed investment agency Seedcamp was one of the first organisations to set up in east London to support the tech startup economy. Today it runs one of the most respected startup programmes anywhere CEO Reshma Sohoni spoke to Julian Blake.
This summer, parking platform Parkatmyhouse became JustPark. With new backing from Index Ventures, the rebrand is accompanied by new a BMW in-car native app. JustPark chief Anthony Eskinazi reflects on his firm’s eight-year journey.
TECHCITYINSIDER100: Alongside the UK’s flourishing tech scene has come an array of new job opportunities that require a diverse range of expertise. As Silicon Milkroundabout co-founder Cristiana Camisotti tells Richard Middleton, it’s not your normal jobs fair.
If you’re looking for work, how can you give yourself an edge in the competitive jobs market? Emily Varns at recruitment agency Vitamin T offers some expert tips.
TECHCITYINSIDER100: The explosion of hook-up apps have helped huge numbers get lucky. But not everyone has been left satisfied by what’s on offer. Lesbian dating app Dattch offers an alternative. Founder Robyn Exton spoke to Nico Franks.