Iain Dodsworth, founder of Tweetdeck, has vowed to keep the business in London after selling to the micro-blogging website Twitter.
Straight out of science fiction movies, behavioural advertising is being touted as the next big thing in marketing.
The British Venture Capital Association (BVCA) has rejected claims that a second dot com bubble is developing, saying ‘2011 may be many things but 2001 Mark II it is not’.
London’s Silicon Roundabout tech start-ups have joined forces to launch a recruitment campaign that aims to attract graduates and skilled software developers away from the financial services industry.
Entrepreneur Mark Hales has launched a £200,000 start-up accelerator programme in Birmingham that aims to develop entrepreneurship by providing tech start-ups with early stage finance and mentoring.
CarTrawler, an online car rental service provider, plans to enter emerging markets in Asia and Latin America, and grow through acquisitions following an investment from private equity firm ECI.
The CBI has called for the UK to gain a reputation as a ‘digital tiger’ in order to become the leading place to invest.
Online marketer and financial services provider Media Ingenuity has closed a £17.5 million financing round led by growth equity and venture capital firm Scottish Equity Partners (SEP).
London-based technology investor Index Ventures has backed group buying website Groupalia in a $15 million (£9.1 million) funding round.
Internet and creative businesses located in London’s East End have the chance to secure up to £100,000 each in a competition launched by the government.
Website design and hosting service BaseKit has raised $6.5 million (£4 million) in venture capital ahead of a series of international office openings across Europe and the Americas.
To coincide with the second crop of Future Fifty companies being named, GrowthBusiness meets Green Man Gaming and its founder Paul Sulyok to find out what being a member involves.
Keith Holdt, investment director and head of the Value Enhancement Group at LDC, argues that big data shouldn't be intimidating for growing companies.
While not offering much in the way of business goodies, George Osborne’s speech offered some festive cheer.
The annual Cash Shells Directory is an invaluable guide for companies and advisers considering joining the stock market by reversing into a shell, providing a list of potential candidates and a commentary on each of them.