Influential Women in Tech

Recent statistics show that only 17% of employees in the UK technology sector are women and only one in six school leavers starting a degree in Computer Science in 2016 was female.

#News - 17/01/2018

Driverless Car Industry Switching Up A Gear

In 2016 we foreshadowed Highways England’s intention to trial autonomous vehicles on motorways by the end of 2017, set out in its “Innovation strategy”.

#News - 15/01/2018

How to entice Tech talent to your tech city

Today’s global trend towards urbanisation means that for corporates to successfully attract the right global talent and innovation by way of tech start-up occupiers and workers to tech cities, at reduced costs, whilst sustaining high productivity, a number of key elements must exist.

#Business Resources - 08/01/2018

Zafar Kanani comments for IDG Connect on 'Is Bitcoin a bubble?'

Released in 2009 as open source software, Bitcoin has quickly become one of the world’s most notable cryptocurrencies and payment systems. The digital currency is so lucrative because it’s decentralised by design, meaning it doesn’t need access to a central bank or administrator.

#News - 21/12/2017

Tennis Champ Andy Murray Invests in Tech Start Ups

British tennis champion Andy Murray has backed two more early stage businesses on crowdfunding platform Seedrs.

#News - 11/12/2017

The Uber Hack: How not to respond to a data security breach

News has just broken that Uber concealed a major data security breach in which names, email addresses, and phone numbers associated with around 50 million customers were leaked, along with similar personal information of 7 million drivers.

#Business Resources - 24/11/2017

Saudi Arabia first country to grant citizenship to a robot

Last month, Saudi Arabia became the first country to grant citizenship to a robot. Sophia, the most advanced robot created by Hong Kong based Hanson Robotics, was awarded the citizenship while on stage at the Future Investment Initiative (FII) in Riyadh.

#News - 13/11/2017

Initial Coin Offerings – the next wave of innovation in tech and finance, or just a fad?

Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), an alternative financing mechanism increasingly used by tech businesses, have grown at a spectacular rate in the past two years.

#Market Research - 08/11/2017

Technological Advances in Construction

The construction industry has seen a host of technological innovation which have changed the work in that space. With the prevalence of instant communication and wearable technology, we see a multitude of opportunities to enable growth in that sector. The trends we have seen include:

#Investor Resources - 07/11/2017

Cyber-crime: Plan, Protect, Mitigate

Cyber-crime continues to increase throughout the world, and is approaching 50% of all recorded crimes in the United Kingdom.

#Business Resources - 01/11/2017

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