UK’s 53 “most innovative” start-ups named in Bloomberg index
2015 Startups Awards winners Appear Here and Purplebricks among businesses recognised for disrupting the way people live, work and think...
The UK's 53 “most innovative” start-ups, across industries such as finance, technology, and food, have been recognised in Bloomberg's inaugural Business Innovator List 2016.
Judged by leading names from the enterprise space including Saul Klein, Level39's Eric van der Kleij, Second Home founder Rohan Silva, and Zopa co-founder Giles Andrews, the list claims to showcase the businesses disrupting the way people live, work and think.
Among the businesses identified in the index are Startups Awards winners Appear Here (founder Ross Bailey is pictured), Purplebricks, Notonthehighstreet.com, MADE.com, and Crowdcube, alongside Startups 100-featured companies such as Property Partner, Seedrs and Pact Coffee.
The full list of companies are:
- Appear Here
- Bloom & Wild
- Brightbridge Ventures
- Cambridge Quantum Consulting
- Digital Shadows
- Entrepreneur First
- Funding Circle
- MSquared Lasers
- Metro Bank
- MyOptique Group
- Open Bionics
- Open Utility
- Pact Coffee
- Property Partner
- Secret Escapes
- Signal Media
Bloomberg's head of tech editorial, Nate Lanxon, said:
“The UK is a global powerhouse of innovation and growth. With such a wealth of talent and drive, we wanted to curate a network among the business leaders who epitomise the vibrancy and diversity of the UK business scene.
“Each of these businesses are, in their unique way, transforming industries, our lifestyle, our ways of thinking, the environment and the future for the better. We look forward to seeing what they will accomplish in 2016.”