Female founders are breaking the sex taboo. But before British entrepreneurs can spearhead the worldwide sextech revolution, they must beef up their cybersecurity and overcome VCs’ reluctancy to invest
It’s inevitable to make mistakes in business but at least you can learn from the missed chances from these corporate heads that cost them billions of dollars and perennial regret
A considerable amount of SMEs fail during the first couple of years but here are some of the most emblematic, and somewhat astonishing, cases of startup failure that entrepreneurs can learn from.
Fake news has emerged as a major threat to democracies. Now startups are stepping up to shield people from lies on the web
First came online dating, then dating apps and now niche dating apps are rising in popularity to help singles find their match. So it begs the question, will these themed upstarts steal market share from the more generic but giant counterparts?
From accelerators to investment opportunities, the world of fashion seems to be having a renaissance, so we’ve heard from industry startups to find out what’s really going on in the sector
After deepfake technology was used to realistically impose celebrities’ faces on porn actors’ bodies, the new video by Jordan Peele is a sober reminder that the problem has not gone away. But maybe startups could help.
Move aside NASA and SpaceX - the $350bn space industry is opening up for startups thanks to Seraphim Capital’s new £70m space fund