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King of the Vikings just got a VR makeover

by: Startacus Admin ~ 26th June 2017
What do you think of when you think ‘Ireland’? You think ‘Vikings’, of course! What do you think of when you think ‘Waterford’? Why, you think ‘Vikings’, of course! Waterford was founded by Viking raiders in 914 AD, so it was only natural that Waterford be host to ‘King of the Vikings’, the world’s first virtual reality Viking adven...
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Kick Cards for Startups Want to Stack the Deck in your Favour

by: Startacus Admin ~ 18th June 2017
It’s like Cards Against Humanity for your startup, except nothing like that! Kick Cards are created for any business to keep themselves from falling into the trap of apathy, but are particularly useful for startups and first time entrepreneurs. Any business should be trying to think outside the box, but when it comes to actually doing that, how do you go about it? It’s healthy to quest...
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Startup Thriva looks set for a healthy future

by: Startacus Admin ~ 18th June 2017
Launched in 2016, Thriva is a digital health startup that recently closed a £1.5m seed funding round, which included support from investors such as Seedcamp and 500 Startups, as well as the founders of TransferWise and Zoopla. They easily reached their funding goal by impressing investors with their rapid growth and their health tracking vision, putting health monitoring firmly in the hands ...
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Startup of the Week - Buildupp

by: Startacus Admin ~ 15th June 2017
Whilst construction is one of the most diverse industrial sectors, it hasn’t always been the most innovative. Tradition rather than disruption has been paramount. However our latest startup of the week is on a mission to change all that and in so doing aims to address many of the industry’s efficiency problems and challenges. Buildupp is a new platform which hopes to become “the...
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intu hunts disruptive retail & leisure startups for new accelerator programme

by: Startacus Admin ~ 5th June 2017
intu, owner of many of the UK’s largest and most popular shopping centres, such as intu Trafford Centre, intu Lakeside and intu Metrocentre, are on the hunt for innovative startups to work with as part of their new innovation programme, intu Accelerate. Applications are now open for startups to apply, so read on for all the details... The intu Accelerator programme aims to develop and colla...
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The Whole Story Project

by: Startacus Admin ~ 3rd June 2017
Name any city in the world and there’s a good chance that there will be a statue of someone famous there (okay, maybe not any city). The chances that said famous person will be a woman (and not royalty or Generic semi clad lady), however, are slim.Where there are statues of women, they are grossly outnumbered by those of men, and are often hidden in secret corners of the city. For example, i...
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InsurTech Startups looking to disrupt the Insurance Industry

by: Startacus Admin ~ 3rd June 2017
Insurance is an industry that has remained unchanged for a very long time. The structures used by the vast majority of insurance companies by no stretch of the imagination favour the customer, they are outdated, and the industry needs a shakeup. Here are some disruptive InsurTech startups aiming to do just that. InMyBag InMyBag is aimed primarily at mobile workers, for whom insurance cover on th...
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The PetTech Startups lending a helping hand to pet owners

by: Startacus Admin ~ 27th May 2017
The innovative PetTech startups seeking to lend a helping hand to pet owners...We spend a lot of money on our pets, to keep them healthy, to keep them fit, to keep them happy. We also spend a lot of money on technology, so when the two merge, it just makes sense. From locating lost dogs, to keeping an eye on pets’ health, to finding people to look after them when you go away, there are plent...
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Sideways 6 - helping companies innovate with their employee engagement

by: Startacus Admin ~ 27th May 2017
The startup that's on a mission to help businesses innovate by engaging with their own employees...It’s almost like the Magnificent Seven, but not. Sideways 6 is a startup that looks to empower companies to make use of their employees’ invaluable insights into their own inner workings and product or service. The best businesses are those that take notice of what their people are saying...
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JLAB - the Startup Accelerator Programme from the John Lewis Partnership is back

by: Startacus Admin ~ 30th March 2017
If your startup is focused on catapulting the retail shopping experience into the future, then you may well be delighted to hear that JLAB, the startup accelerator programme from the John Lewis Partnership, is back open for applications for its fourth year. With Waitrose also joining the programme to make JLAB 2017 even more valuable, we thought it wise to share all the key details and handy link...
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