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Tom Hatton

Hatton arrives with great references

TECHCITYINSIDER100: RefME is a reference generator tool that automates writing bibliographies. In under two years the startup has added 500,000 users – and a big funding announcement is imminent. Co-founder Tom Hatton tells us how he plans to take on Google.

Fabio Torlini

Torlini the WP Engine driver

TECHCITYINSIDER100: WP Engine offers users of the world’s dominant content management system fast and secure add-ons. The company, founded by a US blogger five years ago, has now opened up to the London startup market. We meet European MD Fabio Torlini.

Sherry Coutu landscape

Coutu offers angel investor wisdom

TECH FUNDAMENTALS: Sherry Coutu has invested in over 50 companies and also holds investments in four VC firms. She told us which tech startups pique her interest – and what tech issues keep her awake at night.

Rahul Parekh

EatFirst brings fresh meals in a flash

TECHCITYINSIDER100: EatFirst, Rahul Parekh’s superfast food delivery service, offers east London diners healthy meals they can collect kerbside in just 15 minutes. He tells us just how he manages to get good food out so fast

Faisal Butt

Pi Labs names London proptech cohort

TECHCITYINSIDER100: Property technology accelerator Pi Labs has just announced the first cohort of five startups joining its new Second Home HQ in east London – and has launched a Seedrs campaign alongside. Co-founder and chief executive Faisal Butt explains all.

Check-Your-Food

Check Your Food helps healthy choices

Brighton-based food startup Check Your Food guides users towards healthy diet choices – and right now it’s crowdfunding. Co-founder Matt Wright explains how tech and data are aiding the mission.

Julia Macmillan

Macmillan goes dating to food and back

TECHCITYINSIDER100: After a successful exit from cougar dating site Toyboy Warehouse, Julia Macmillan evolved her pop-up dining startup Raddiso from a consumer to a corporate-focussed venture. In 2015, dating appeals once again. She spoke to us.

Suzanne Biegel

Clearly backs good social business

TECH FUNDAMENTALS: Clearly Social Angels is an angel network with a focus on businesses that have a clear environmental and social impact. Lead angel Suzanne Biegel has told us how the network balances business principles with social responsibility.

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