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Proptech Plentific tags X Tag to add compliance services

It looks like London-based Proptech start-up Plentific’s plans for European and US expansion were put on hold by the COVID-19 pandemic after its $32m Series B raise this time last year (see Proptech Plentific raises more dosh) as the busines...

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Challenger Starling soars to new heights

UK challenger bank, Starling, has revealed a significant milestone in its evolution as it moved into profit for the first time. The "digital" bank, which was founded in 2014 by Julian Sawyer and CEO, Anne Boden, reached break-even point ...

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Angels fly to Flown to find a place to focus

I admire the chutzpah of serial entrepreneur Alicia Navarro in launching what is basically a holiday let website under the guise of a ‘deep work’ platform. For those of you like me previously unfamiliar with the term, ‘deep w...

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Capita’s new Scaling Partner - Level and its financial wellbeing platform

Willo’s pivot

Wirecard collapse hits UK fintechs

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IndustryViews Venture Capital Q3 2020 Review

Following the COVID-induced fall in Q2, there was a modest 4% qoq increase in the number of venture capital investments in UK and Irish technology companies in Q3, although the total value of investments fell by 3% qoq. In Q3, a total of £1....

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Financial Markets Transformation 2020

This report discusses the ongoing transformation of the UK’s financial markets sector. The analysis explores the internal and external factors driving change and examines the disruptive impact of digital technologies on established processes...

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Solutions Market Trends and Forecasts 2020

This report contains TechMarketView’s latest market size and forecast data along with an analysis of the trends shaping the UK Solutions market. It is part of a series of reports assessing market and supplier performance that includes t...

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*NEW RESEARCH* Modest recovery for Tech VC deals

Following the COVID-induced fall in Q2, there was a modest 4% qoq increase in the number of venture capital investments in UK and Irish technology companies in Q3, although the total value of investments fell by 3% qoq. In Q3, a total of £1....

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Capita’s new Scaling Partner - Level and its financial wellbeing platform

We been following the progress of Capita’s scale-up development unit Capita Scaling Partner (CSP) for the last couple of years (see here and work back) - Indeed, Capita and current scaling partner Dragonfly AI were brought together...

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Have you got your copy of TechMarketView's supplier rankings report?

Have you read TechMarketView's recently published supplier rankings report? Don’t miss out on finding out who ranks where in our Top 60 and delving into the supplier profiles of the Top 30 players. The rankings reflect the changes in the...

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TechMarketView Evening 2021

A fixture in the calendars of tech execs across the UK, the ‘TechMarketView Evening’ is known both for first class networking and for the invaluable opportunity it provides to glean insight from TechMarketView’s expert analyst team first-hand.

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