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Economy and recruitment biggest challenges for UK business in 2019

by: Startacus Admin ~ 30th January 2019
The economy and recruitment will be the biggest challenge facing UK companies in 2019, according to a new Business Census of business leaders’ expectations for the year ahead conducted by global credit company Creditsafe. The economy and recruitment will be the biggest challenge facing UK companies in 2019, according to a new Business Census of business leaders’ expectations for the y...
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Teens Unite to Make Sense of Brexit using AI

by: Startacus Admin ~ 30th January 2019
The Teens In AI initiative, launched by the award-winning social impact enterprise Acorn Aspirations, in partnership with IPsoft, the global leader in Enterprise AI, ran the Gen Z Hackathon for teenagers at the Leadenhall Building in London over the weekend of 26th - 27th January 2019. Teams of over 50 teenagers came together to explore the meaning of Brexit and the impact it will have on the...
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UK Chancellor scores 5 out of 10 for last pre-Brexit Budget

by: Startacus Admin ~ 30th October 2018
The Forum of Private Business (FPB) has given the Chancellor 5 out of 10 for his last budget before Britain leaves the EU. The Forum of Private Business, a leading not-for-profit, UK authority on business issues, representing the interests of business owners on many consultative bodies, scored the UK Chancellor 5 out of 10 for his last budget before Britain leaves the EU.An average asse...
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Tech for UK and Co aims to take David Davis to court

by: Startacus Admin ~ 26th March 2018
A coalition of private individuals and campaign groups, including Tech For UK are backing a claim for a judicial review in the High Court against the Secretary of State, David Davis for exiting the European Union. Chaired by Mike Butcher (Editor-at-large, TechCrunch), and in collaboration with Best for Britain and Our Future, Our Choice!, Tech for UK will aim to bring together the best ...
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What is Tech Nation?

by: Startacus Admin ~ 10th December 2017
Tech City UK was created approx six years ago to make London a tech hub - the place to be for tech startups. It had great success in helping London become a flourishing tech ecosystem and, three years later, it expanded into the North, thereby creating Tech North. By interconnecting all the tech hubs of London and the North of England, Tech City UK and Tech North helped elevate the region to &lsqu...
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BREXIT Negotiations and UK Startups

by: Startacus Admin ~ 6th November 2017
A month or so ago, the Forum of Private Business called on the UK government to clarify the direction of the Brexit negotiations, as Parliament begins to scrutinise the EU Withdrawal Bill. Ian Cass, Chief Executive of the Forum of Private Business, had said that "...small businesses are increasingly concerned about the lack of clarity and direction of the overall negotiations. Many of them unders...
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Is the UK tech bubble really about to burst, or is it merely deflating...?

by: Startacus Admin ~ 3rd August 2017
As speculation about the fate of the uk tech industry continues, Amit Shah, CEO of HIROLA, weighs in... It’s no secret that investment in tech is declining globally, and it has been for a while. The number of deals being closed is at its lowest since 2012. Some commentators are speculating that the tech bubble is about to burst in a manner not dissimilar to the dotcom bust in 2000. However...
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4% of the world’s startup unicorns are based in the UK

by: Startacus Admin ~ 2nd August 2017
4% of the world’s startup unicorns are based in the UK - step forward a new National Investment Fund proposed by the current UK Chancellor, Phillip Hammond, which aims to help cutting-edge UK startups become world-leading unicorns (innovative firms valued over $1 billion USD). Currently at 'consultation' stage, The consultation,‘Financing growth in innovative firms’, looks ...
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Why solo entrepreneurs should think twice about their business structure

by: Startacus Admin ~ 8th July 2017
Henna Sheth writes for Gorilla Accounting, a technology-driven, accountancy provider for Contractors and Freelancers. Here she discusses why first-time entrepreneurs should think thoroughly about their business structure. As a one-man band, a contractor, or an aspiring business tycoon, the first step to building your empire will be deciding on a financially efficient operating structure...
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Should Computer Science be made mandatory at GCSE level?

by: Startacus Admin ~ 30th June 2017
Startacus co-founder, Alastair Cameron pondered on this very point on LinkedIn last week, and so we thought wise to continue to ask the question. Should Computer Science be made mandatory at GCSE level as a qualification? In the UK, there were apparently more than 5 million GCSE entries across all subjects in 2017, and of those Computing / ICT made up only 67,800 of those entri...
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