The Start-Up Series competition searches for the brightest entrepreneurs with the smartest ideas to qualify for seed investments of £150,000 - £250,000
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UNiBLOCK’s Les Dawson explains how The Start-Up Series is helping him succeed in the “nervous” construction market and support the homeless
With a “difficult road” to investment ahead, the Moto Tattoo founders explain how entering The Start-Up Series snagged them £150,000 from Worth Capital
Start-Up Series winner one of six proptech firms to win funding to develop products that will help tenants improve their creditworthiness
After struggling to raise finance for their unique business idea, the founders of Nightly.travel found the perfect investment solution in The Start-Up Series…
Co-founder of July winner Blow Dry Pass, Matthew Sockalingum reflects on the “very easy” application process and how £150,000 is driving his launch
Tribe co-founder Christopher Moon explains how winning The Start-Up Series funding competition last April is helping him "revolutionise the travel market"
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