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Enabling honest conversations about pay

Enabling honest conversations about pay

Salary is an awkward topic. It’s not often that it gets discussed, particularly amongst colleagues, and the thought of doing so makes some people genuinely uncomfortable. But that’s ok right? Do we need to know anyone else’s salary as long as we know our own?…

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WeTrack makes large events a reality

WeTrack makes large events a reality

How are the biggest events in the world organised? Follow Innovation spoke to Peter Ward, Director of WeTrack, to find out how they are helping large events benefit from better management tools. Having been to many seamless events, we had never really considered the scale…

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Rent your empty meeting rooms to others with Zipcube

Rent your empty meeting rooms to others with Zipcube

Anyone who has worked in an office will know how much of a nightmare it can be to book meeting rooms. Often you are required to go through specific people, and when there is a system in place it’s generally difficult to use. Zipcube wants…

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App increases accessibility for disabled users on the go

App increases accessibility for disabled users on the go

Whatever you want, as the saying goes – a taxi, a burger, a date – there’s an app for that. But is there an app for you? According to the team behind assist-Mi, an app centred on accessibility, most developers have things the wrong way…

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Donative inspires relationships between charities and donors

Donative inspires relationships between charities and donors

Laurie Ainley, Founder of Donative, has big ideas for the charity sector. After experiencing his own frustrations with giving money to charities and not receiving feedback on how it was spent in a desirable format, he set out to change things. Follow Innovation met with…

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Tradiio – turning up the volume for aspiring artists around the world

Tradiio – turning up the volume for aspiring artists around the world

Our first interview with Tradiio was in June of last year. We asked their CEO, Alvaro Gomez, how things have been since then and he replied “It’s been a crazy ride but we wouldn’t have it any other way”. Tradiio, a free to use music platform, has…

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The FinTech startup that’s changing the way we view financial markets

The FinTech startup that’s changing the way we view financial markets

Dr Kimmo Soramӓki is a man on a mission. As Editor-in-chief of the Journal of Financial Risk and Network Theory and the Founder of Financial Network Analytics (FNA), he has taken on the ambitious challenge of revolutionising the way financial professionals perceive markets. His newest software,…

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Walacea – the future of scientific research?

Walacea – the future of scientific research?

Back science you believe in. Simple, to the point and the tagline for Walacea: the UK’s first science crowdfunding platform. Founded by Natalie Jonk, her hopes for Walacea are to leverage more money into scientific research and to help unleash the power of science. The…

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Peeple lets you see who’s knocking at the door on your smartphone

Peeple lets you see who’s knocking at the door on your smartphone

What do you do when someone calls you on the phone, and you don’t answer it? It goes to answer phone. What do you do when you miss someone at your front-door? Well, I guess you just miss them? Or maybe they put a note…

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Transform your sporting data into 3D animated content with Iddo

Transform your sporting data into 3D animated content with Iddo

Following his first interview with Follow Innovation back in March, Rui Sousa Campos, inventor of extreme sports sensor Iddo, has been busy. He has since completed the Microsoft Ventures Accelerator program in London, an intensive experience which, Rui says, enables entrepreneurs to focus on the…

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