Most entrepreneurs rely on venture capitalists for their investment rounds. So why are startups suddenly searching for ways to break the traditional funding cycle?
The world’s population will face numerous challenges in the years to come. That’s why Johnny Hon of The Global Group believes investing in startups with a huge social impact makes perfect sense
Realeyes, a UK-based intelligence startup that analyses consumer emotions, has bagged the funding round as it looks to supercharge marketing for the likes of Coca-Cola and Mars
In a deal that increased its valuation five-fold, Revolut, the digital bank, has secured a $250m series C funding round
Having finished a massive £14m round, the platform aims to make small investments in titans like Disney and Netflix even easier
Richard Branson has again led the biggest startup pitching contest in the UK and Ireland. And this year the competition was fierce as the winners left thousands of other startups in the dust behind them
Having already raised money from Zoopla, Graze and the co-founder of Indeed, the startup has now raised a total of £7.3m
Off the back of its latest funding round, Culture Trip aims to help travellers find inspiration far and wide with its new leadership team that includes veterans from Facebook, Google and YouTube