This startup has one of the nicest mission’s I have ever come across, and especially with the current global situation it seems we can all use a little bit of Livitay in our lives. At Livitay they are on a mission to make people happier at work. Day to day the co-founders, Jack Needham, James Naylor want to empower teams and individuals to take their wellbeing into their own hands using technology.
In today’s technology-driven world it’s easy to forget that some sectors have remained relatively untouched by its advance, and the global gold jewellery industry is a case in point. On the face of it, it’s perhaps difficult to see exactly where technology could make an impact in this extremely traditional industry, which hasn’t changed much since the ancient Egyptians began to adorn themselves with gold nearly 3,000 years ago.
Atypical is combining the finest natural ingredients with cutting edge customisation technology to create luxury bespoke skincare. Each product is individually made and personalised to suit individual skin types, skin goals and lifestyles. Empowering people to co-create their own skincare products with the help of Atypical Cosmetic’s clever customisation algorithm, using real data to create a bespoke product that helps meet their skin goals.
Finally at The Business Travel Show, Startups Magazine got to speak to Orkun Acikgoz, General Manager of Rent ‘n Connect that allows you to stay stay connected in over 130 Countries, with 4G high-speed pocket WiFi for up to 10 devices. Reserve your choice of Mobile Hotspot on Rent ‘n Connect for the dates you wish to have it or throughout your stay, the essential arrangements will be made and sent to you, so therefore you will be available to use it freely as soon as you pick up your Mobile Hotspot device.
The construction industry is surrounded by negative stereotypes, impacting not only its reputation, but it's dedicated workers. Seeing these unfair perceptions of industry workers damaging livelihoods and reputations, I decided to do something about it. After a period of investing in property, I was inspired to start my own business, Trio, with the aim of tackling common misconceptions in the world of construction.
A self-made entrepreneur, starting his business from his room at University of Leeds while studying Cinema and Photography, Sam Stoffel is now the founder and CEO of matched betting platform, Profit Accumulator – a multi-million pound technology business. We spoke to Stoffel to learn more about his route from student to CEO.
Professor Mike Trenell is Co-founder and CEO of Changing Health, a company than began as a spin-out company from Newcastle University in 2016 to empower people to live longer, healthier lives at scale, delivering personalised behaviour change programmes for Type 2 diabetes management, prevention and weight loss.
A company formed a decade ago in 2009, Deciwatt is older than you’d imagine most startups to be. Created off the back of a brief from Solaraid with therefore, a London-based product design consultancy, Deciwatt’s first product GravityLight was an answer to this problem: develop an extremely low-cost solar light for $5, a sustainable alternative to the dangerous and expensive kerosene lamp depended on by millions as a source of light.
When Mikela Druckman, Marco Paladini, and Nikola Sivacki founded Greyparrot in January 2019, the three founders set out to utilise their computer vision and Augmented Reality (AR) experience in the B2C sector and translate it into the B2B industry with the mission of creating a positive social impact.
As a child growing up in Western Australia, Neil Daly was fully aware of the dangers associated with exposure to the sun, and the importance of covering up when playing outside. We have all of course had the experience of being sun burnt at some point in our lives and as such, it’s not surprising that skin cancer is actually the most common form of the disease in the world.
Peak Labs, the digital health company, started with four co-founders (Gerald Goldstein, Itamar Lesuisse, Sagi Shorrer and Xavier Louis) in 2013 who set out with an aim to be the number one digital health brand using technology to help people’s wellbeing. Fast forward six years later, and you’ll find a 50-member strong team which has raised up to ten million dollars over three rounds of funding to accelerate and grow the company and its two digital products, Peak Brain Training and Rise.
Another finalist of the Subcon launchpad awards, ES Precision is a provider of laser processing services for marking, engraving and surface/thin material processing. This is the first year the launchpad awards will take place at the Subcon show and six engineering and manufacturing startups have made the final to try and impress and win a lump sum of money plus a stand at Subcon 2020.
In a demanding industry like manufacturing and engineering, admin holding you back is the last thing you need. Elements Technology, a multi-award winning developer of simple digital solutions for manufacturers has come up with a solution for this, and have also been listed as one of the finalists for the Launchpad awards at the upcoming Subcon show.
Like many startups, Carv was born out of an education project, namely a PhD thesis. CEO and founder Jamie Grant completed a Master of Physics at University of Oxford before undertaking a PhD in Financial Economics at Imperial College London. He then applied both these disciplines to his passion for skiing.
When you’re travelling around the UK and spending hundreds of pounds on train tickets, you expect a good rail service. You expect trains to arrive on time and no unexplained cancellations. Unfortunately, for many travellers it has become something of a rarity to see the 5.34pm train from London to Birmingham arrive on time… if it even arrives at all!