Monthly Archives: December 2011

20 UK Startups of 2011 Entrepreneurship

The UK entrepreneurial scene is certainly coming together, with all its inadequacies - Investment, Billion dollar exits etc. It is certainly coming together. In a year where other businesses have been Read More...

Top 10 European Startups 2011 Entrepreneurship

2011 has seen some fantastic startups really making a name for themselves in the UK, but also in the rest of Europe. I have made a list of whom I believe to be the top 10 European startups of 2011. &h Read More...

[Interview] I’m using my time at university as an incubator to develop my business – Jack Tang of TheStudentjob Interviews

A university student at King's College London is aiming to change the student job market. Jack Tang, a second year student currently studying a degree in Business Management BSc at King's College Lond Read More...

Interview with Skip Brand Founder of Martini Media Entrepreneurs

  Skip has pioneered territory on the digital frontier for nearly 20 years. All told, he has brought a dozen new media models to market for startups and giants alike. As a college student, he sta Read More...

Video Interview – YHP Talks To Michael Acton Smith CEO & Founder Of Mind Candy Entrepreneurs

I recently had the chance to interview Michael Acton Smith, the charismatic CEO & founder of Mind Candy, one of the most successful startups in the UK. Based in Shoreditch in an area dubbed 'Silic Read More...

Video Interview With Emi Gal, Founder of Brainient Interviews

Brainient is a Shoreditch based startup started by Emi Gal in 2009. Brainient makes it easier for advertisers to get the most out of their video campaigns through interactive video advertising and per Read More...

Making your first step into entrepreneurship through a student society – Michael Tyrimos Entrepreneurship

Editor's Note: "Making your first step into entrepreneurship through a student society" is a 20 part series where Presidents/Vice-presidents of entrepreneurship soceities in the UK talk about their jo Read More...

Robert Noyce, The Father of Silicon Valley Be Inspired

Robert Noyce was the co founder of Fairchild Semiconductor back in 1957 & Intel in 1968. He is credited as one of the inventors of the microchip, the visionary & natural leader founded two com Read More...

Young entrepreneur, Isabel Mattos left the luxuries of Google and MIT & turned to startups Be Inspired

Isabel Mattos is a serial entrepreneur, she has what you call the entrepreneurial spirit, running through her veins. As an 18 year old she managed to get into the prestigious MIT university, even thou Read More...

Tech Startups Will Lead Growing Economy Forward Entrepreneurship

Ever since the collapse of the housing market, the American economy has been struggling to recover from the depths of a deep recession. Even though the recession officially ended in 2009, the economy Read More...

Talking GiveMe Tap with Edwin Broni-Mensah [Video Interview] Interviews

We caught up briefly with Edwin Broni-Mensah, a social entrepreneur and the founder of GiveMe Tap where he shares his key advices for starting up a business and tips for aspiring entrepreneurs. He tal Read More...
James Gill Gosquared

Video Interview with James Gill of GoSquared Interviews

At the Silicon Valley comes to Tech City event, I caught up with the 20 year old entrepreneur, founder and CEO of GoSquared - James Gill. Gosquared is a realtime website analytics service that allows Read More...

[Interview] Getting to know Paul Cameron, co founder of Booktrack Entrepreneurs

A few months ago we brought to you a startup that had just come out of stealth mode, Booktrack. I recently had the chance to ask a few questions to Paul Cameron, co founder and CEO of this innovative Read More...