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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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Integrated technology helps to reduce in-store queues

Integrated technology helps to reduce in-store queues

Every consumer knows how it feels to be stuck waiting around for a member of staff in store. It’s often one of the defining, negative customer experiences. But if you’ve found yourself in an O2 store or House of Fraser in the past year, you may…

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Appiness is a matter of space

Appiness is a matter of space

AppyParking has just bagged the Pitch to Rich People’s Choice award, and was a recent trender in the App Store – perfect timing before a September relaunch. For Founder and CEO Dan Hubert, those long nights spent digitising London’s city streets have been worth it….

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New FinTech startup helps improve your financial health

New FinTech startup helps improve your financial health

Personal debt and financial fragility are common staples of life today. The cost of living is rising and according to Money Charity, in the UK alone, there is £170 billion worth of personal debt (excluding mortgages). Combine this with record low savings, 15 million people…

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Uniplaces – making life a little easier for those flying the nest

Uniplaces – making life a little easier for those flying the nest

Becoming a student can be a stressful experience, particularly if it involves moving away from home. Uniplaces aims to provide students with a fast and secure way to book accommodation in new cities. Follow Innovation spoke to Ben Grech, Co-Founder, to learn more about how…

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Sagent uses one line of code to increase online sales

Sagent uses one line of code to increase online sales

Sagent’s new technology combines data science and psychology with web optimisation to increase web purchases. “It’s too simple to be true,” says Rodger Buyvoets, Managing Director of Sagent. “At first I really didn’t believe that with only one line of code online purchasing could be…

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Housesharing made simple with Splittable

Housesharing made simple with Splittable

Splittable aims to make the property renting experience much more user friendly. Launched in April this year, the app allows housemates to track and square up when it comes to bills and other household expenses, a problem which all renters will be familiar with. Helping out…

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