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Charlie Mullins
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Debbie Pierce
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Jennie Johnson
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Richard O'Sullivan
Michael Oliver

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Start-ups and small firms are being given the chance to land some prime ad space in London's Tech City.

KPMG is launching a start-up hub in London’s Tech City in a bid to support and promote high-growth companies in the capital.

A number of companies are planning to expand their operations in the capital’s technology hub, Tech City.

Bob Schukai, global head of mobile technology at Thomson Reuters, has been named as London’s Tech City ambassador to New York.

A scheme in East London designed to boost growth among the region’s digital businesses is to receive an additional £1 million in funding.

Former LinkedIn European managing director Kevin Eyres has been named as the first mentor for London’s Tech City, which provides new homes for technology businesses in the UK.

  • Kathryn Parsons, co-founder of Decoded, started with little more than faith and determination, but four years later it’s grown into a global business. Ahead of her appearance at Accelerate 2015 in...

  • Author, writer and marketer Ryan Holiday on how entrepreneurs need to interpret failure.

  • Sue Vizard, business coach and author of Jump Start: The Start-up Book for Your Dream Business, looks at some of the questions solo entrepreneurs should ask themselves.

  • Ian Wright, founder and chief executive of NonExecutiveDirectors.com, is bringing together SMEs and NEDs - without the hefty recruitment fees.

  • Former professional golfer turned entrepreneur Colin Stevens has had a busy 18 months. The Better Bathrooms founder has increased turnover at the firm, secured a multi-million pound investment and...

Five Minutes With

David Hughes sums up his entrepreneurial career to date thus: four spectacular successes and two failures. He founded the sports retailer Allsports and achieved turnover of £180 million before a vicious price war meant decline, administration in 2005 and a sell-off to rival JD Sports.

It took Richard Shonn, managing director of 151 Products, three years to find a warehouse big enough for his requirements.