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  • 230 Entrepreneurs Rebuke UK Gov Plans To Curb Migration For Tech Talent

    230 Entrepreneurs Rebuke UK Gov Plans To Curb Migration For Tech Talent

    Plans by the UK government to curtail the number of skilled tech workers allowed into the country have received a stinging rebuke from over 200 of the UK’s most successful technology entrepreneurs. The founders of Lastminute.com, TransferWise, Zopa, Unruly, Crowdcube, Nutmeg and Shazam, amongst 230 other tech start-ups and investors, today sent an open letter, to UK Prime Minister… Read More

  • European Tech Verticals To Track Crunch Network

    European Tech Verticals To Track

    While the high-level investment trend in innovative technology is similar between the U.S. and Europe, digging deeper exposes interesting differences. Europe seems to be punching above its weight in some predictable areas like banking and hospitality while being weaker in historically strong areas like fashion and insurance. At a high level, the trend of early-stage technology deals over the… Read More

  • Giphy’s First Acquisition, Nutmeg, Is A Big Step Towards Mobile

    Giphy’s First Acquisition, Nutmeg, Is A Big Step Towards Mobile

    Giphy, the betaworks-backed Google of gifs, has today announced its first acquisition. Nutmeg, an Gif messaging app, will be joining the Giphy squad. The terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Giphy founder Alex Chung says that Nutmeg will remain alive with the entire Nutmeg development team joining Giphy. Giphy’s focus moving forward is mobile, according to Chung. Read More

  • TCTV Interview — Nick Hungerford Aims To Disrupt The Financial Investment World With A Little Nutmeg

    TCTV Interview — Nick Hungerford Aims To Disrupt The Financial Investment World With A Little Nutmeg

    Nutmeg is a UK-based online investment management startup backed by the likes of Tim Draper and intends to pull of something of a bank-job by disrupting the world of financial investing, and it has some heavyweights to help it. It launched last year after raising $5.3 million from Pentech, Tim Draper, Spotify board member Klaus Hommels and Armada Investment Group chairman Daniel Aegerter. Read More