London start up entrepreneurs
London Start Ups & start up entrepreneurs
An online service that allows people to book out rooms by the day now has 350 hotels on its books since launching in November 2010. With boutique hotels such as the St John Hotel and Knightsbridge Green offering its services, Dayuse-Hotels.com has bypassed the stigma of the seedy motel label. So how did co-founder Thibaud d’Agrèves manage to cash in on playing Cupid?
Former Dragons’ Den star Doug Richard believes we should be encouraging the next generation of creative stars to maintain the £59.2bn sector. But how?
The revolutionary crowd-sourcing money transfer service has recieved a cash injection in its mission to take on the banks - we meet the founder
Two London entrepreneurs are looking to conquer the video networking space with the launch of their startup, 85by55
Alice Taylor thinks 3D printed avatars will make her business as big as Lego. Is she lost in Wonderland?
Martha Lane Fox tipped MakieLab as the new business to watch. What makes this start-up so special?
Nathalie Gaveau has launched a startup, Shopcade, which aims to turn Facebook users into shopkeepers. She tells us her masterplan
Stephen Fry and a certain ex-PM are fans of this start-up. Have you heard of it yet?
We caught up with US entrepreneur Kevin Harrington as he announces his move this side of the Atlantic.
Charity starts with a tuneful download for Media Guardian’s Innovation Awards winners Fairsharemusic.com
For Global Entrepreneurship Week, the entrepreneur behind website builder Moonfruit.com picks her favourites
This Global Entrepreneurship Week we’re profiling the capital’s most innovative and exciting entrepreneurs - so meet Harriet Hastings of Biscuiteers
Philippe Gelis’ creative solution to FX risk means exporters can cut costs and avoid the tricky derivatives market