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Startup of the Week - Reducer

by: Startacus Admin ~ 11th September 2019
Reducer, the London-based startup that is helping businesses save money on key products and services Whilst many of us use comparison sites when we’re buying products and services for ourselves, it can be a different story when we are purchasing for our businesses. After all, our business needs and requirements can often be a lot more complex. As a result, we may be paying a lot more than w...
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Winnow uses AI to address food waste

by: Startacus Admin ~ 8th September 2019
Winnow develop AI tools to help chefs run more profitable, sustainable kitchens by cutting food waste. Here's how... Many of us grew up being cajoled into eating all our vegetables or cleaning our plates because there were starving children and adults who were a lot less fortunate than us. It might have seemed like a parenting cliche to teach us about appreciating what we have, however it would b...
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Geowox uses AI to undertake property valuations

by: Startacus Admin ~ 8th September 2019
Geowox, the Irish startup that is innovating the property valuation sector... Dublin-based property tech startup Geowox is out to disrupt the property valuation sector. Everything else is becoming automated, so why not property valuation? They want to put an end to people inspecting houses to produce their reports, and instead use a data-driven, machine learning process that looks at other simila...
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Arthronica uses AI to help patients with arthritis

by: Startacus Admin ~ 8th September 2019
Arthronica, the London based startup that's using technology to help patients with arthritis Arthritis is a difficult condition to monitor, simply because of the hassle and expense of the patient constantly having to make appointments with their doctor and be back and forth all the time. Trips that, due to the very reason for making them, can be difficult and painful. A potentially better way, th...
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Employee feedback made easy with Weekly10

by: Startacus Admin ~ 30th August 2019
Weekly10 want to make people happier and more successful at work, with their regular, lightweight 10 minute check-in for employees. When you work in a big company, it is very easy to feel like your role in it is unappreciated and like you don’t have a voice. Managers are busy with their own work, and grabbing them to talk to can seem selfish, and so we often end up not sharing whatever issu...
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Human holograms in augmented reality

by: Startacus Admin ~ 30th August 2019
London-based HoloMe has developed the technology to create a holographic version of a person without special equipment... Holograms. The thing of Star Trek, Star Wars, Star...sky and Hutch? Maybe not, but it’s been a while; we don’t remember. Holograms are one of the main staples of sci-fi and, along with androids and flying cars, are pretty much seen as a landmark of when the future ...
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Startup of the Week - Collective

by: Startacus Admin ~ 28th August 2019
Freelancer or self-employed? Collective is on a mission to “provide big company benefits for freelancers and the self-employed” Whilst there are lots of benefits to being a freelancer, there are a few disadvantages too - financial wellness for instance. After all, a freelancer will never generally have the same perks and benefits that an employee of a large company will have. Having r...
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Upgrade Pack to make upgrading flights and hotels a 1st class experience

by: Startacus Admin ~ 25th August 2019
The lowdown on Upgrade Pack, the FinTech startup that is aiming to provide the ultimate way to upgrade flights and hotels. Today, we got our lunch for free. That’s because we usually go to the same place, and we have a loyalty card. So today, our points covered our food and we walked out feeling like maybe the world isn’t a dark and terrible place after all. That’s an exaggerati...
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ScienceScope - the startup using the IoT to upskill students

by: Startacus Admin ~ 25th August 2019
Innovation in EdTech thanks to ScienceScope, the Somerset based startup using the IoT to upskill students Continuing with our recent theme of future-proofing our children with the likes of Cypher and Erase All Kittens, we are looking at the Internet of Thingstoday. The IoT connects the dots of all of the...well, things that can connect to each other, to the internet, to us, and makes them a...
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Startup of the Week - Paperclip

by: Startacus Admin ~ 22nd August 2019
The lowdown on Paperclip, the startup that is providing customised marketplaces for universities and their students... As we all know, attending university can be a pretty expensive affair these days. Therefore anything which can help a student to make a little more money during those uni days ought to be welcomed with open arms. Our latest startup of the weekis a business which is doing jus...
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Rent the Backyard shows there's room for real estate innovation

by: Startacus Admin ~ 21st August 2019
Rent the Backyard will build a studio apartment in your backyard, splitting the rental profits with you 50/50. Intrigued? Have you ever wanted to live in a small studio apartment in someone’s backyard in the San Francisco greater Bay Area? Yes, it’s a specific question and yes, most of our audience is in the UK and Ireland, but there's a wider point to this article... Owning a ho...
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Chilled drinks delivery service Drinkly tastes early success

by: Startacus Admin ~ 18th August 2019
Chilled beers, wines and spirits delivered in one hour, thanks to Edinburgh-based tech startup Drinkly. Alcohol is one of life’s delights. Depressant, dehydrator, arch-nemesis of our liver...it’s got it all!  But what if - and we hope you’re sitting down for this - you can’t get your hands on any?! Does your party run dry halfway through? Is all the glaring from...
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