Tribe co-founder Christopher Moon explains how winning The Start-Up Series funding competition last April is helping him "revolutionise the travel market"
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Having won in October 2016, RentalStep's Mike Georgeson says the investment has helped him build his platform, gain new customers and more
From hiring a talented team to securing partnerships, here's how winning The Start-Up Series in March has enabled sleep site MYZA to launch this week...
From a top national accolade to team and menu expansion, here's what the veggie hot dog start-up has done since winning £150,000 in December 2016
Chris Moon of Tribe is our April Start-Up Series winner. Learn how he secured investment from the largest UK seed funding competition, and how you can too
First-time founders Helen and Olivia Collins won £150,000 seed investment for their business MYZA after entering the UK’s largest seed funding competition in March. This is their story…
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Outfox is our January competition winner. Find out how founder Jessica Hook will use the funding to launch a range of alcohol-free wines, ciders and beers
How it feels to win £150,000 business investment from the UK’s largest ever seed funding competition
Itsy founder Chris Grunwell was recently crowned the December Start-Up Series winner. Unlike other investor dealings, Grunwell outlines how he found the process to be “refreshing” and how your start-up could also benefit…
Awarded £150,000 as the November competition winner, the Not Dogs founders plan to take their veggie hot dogs to customers "up and down the country"