Cruelly overlooked, the public sector is a serious player in the innovation space. We explain why...
Six early-stage startups have now completed a three-month innovation programme, run by Nitrous in conjunction with Transport for London (TfL).
There’s a tendency to pop ‘tech’ at the end of every possible categorisation of any tech business – proptech, edtech, healthtech and so on – but we don’t believe this is the best way to group these technologies. Indeed, usage often goes beyond one tag.
In the public sector, we believe there are two ways in which technology can make an impact – 1) govtech and 2) civtech.
We had a chat with some of the attendees at our Showcase Evening for the TfL programme. Find out more in this short video.
On Thursday 22 June we took over the top floor of City Hall where, in addition to sweeping views of the capital on a balmy evening, guests were treated to an evening of presentations and networking.
In our final interview of the series, we talk to Sasha Afanasieva from Blubel; the satnav for cyclists.
Nitrous sits down with Andreas ‘Zac’ Zachariah, co-founder of TravelAi and talk about the direction of travel(!) from carbon footprints to the company as it is today.
We catch up with Emil Hewage and Anna Jordan from Alchera Technologies, and find out what shopping malls and buses have in common.
Richa Bhalla is the founder of Pedals and talks to us about life in Silicon Valley, floristry and finding the right people.
What can startups learn from the Inuit approach to hunting whales? Andy Davies, Director of Marketing Strategy and Insights at AXA UK shares some valuable insights.
We have a chat with Tony Lynch, CEO and founder of Faxi, about Tesco, Airbnb and Morris dancing.
We sit down with Abhishek Sen, co-founder of NumberEight and cover everything from music to finding a co-founder on Facebook.
There is no doubt that London is in a strong position to supercharge its reputation as a smart city. We can now build upon the foundations created by considering everything from data and talent through to infrastructure and ideas. George Johnston shares some thoughts.
Six fast-growing UK and international startups, alongside transport industry experts, are participating in a new innovation programme to help keep London moving.
With over 31 million daily journeys on the Transport for London (TfL) network and London’s population expected to grow to 10 million by 2030, the capital’s transport system must keep pace with the increasing number of people who need it. To do this, TfL has been driving innovation through making its data open and accessible beyond TfL.