Duedil finds out all you need to know about individual businesses – for TechFluffTV

Apr 05

You may have heard about Duedil. There’s been quite a lot of hype about them as of late. They’re a business reputation tool that has some nifty algorithms pulling in data from all sorts of places in the blink of an eye. They’ve also just won £50,000 worth of investment from DFJ Espirit at Geek n Rolla 2011 last week in London. What it does: Duedil...

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Hot new startups pitch at Google’s London HQ for Launch48 for TechFluffTV

Mar 30

Launch48 run Launchpad events for entrepreneurs in the UK and Australia. It’s a 4 month incubation program for startups giving them advice from experts in all areas of setting up a new business including marketing strategy, the law and how to secure investment. They then present their business at a demo day in front of an audience of influencers and active...

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Want to know how new tech + the internet is changing family relationships? We speak to experts from Mumsnet, Vodafone + LSE – for TechFluffTV

Feb 18

This series is sponsored by ClearBooks: Online Accounting to free your time. Family 2.0 delved into the issues now faced by families with the explosion of new internet technologies and social media. The panel, put together by Mashup Events, covered porn, parental control and news ways of communicating within the family unit. We spoke to Katy O’Donovan from...

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Startups! Want success? TechCrunch ed Mike Butcher, Eden Ventures and Bootlaw tell all at TechPitch 4.5 – for TechFluffTV

Feb 11

TechPitch 4.5 is the Dragon’s Den for UK tech startups. Except it’s run by 2Pears and happens at TechHub on Silicon Roundabout in east London. On the night, 10 new businesses are given the chance to pitch their idea to a panel of experts and investors. A winner in chosen, given a bottle of bubbly and exposure as the startup with the most potential. The...

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Freeserve co-founder Rob Wilmot speaks to local entrepreneurs at NottTuesday – for TechFluffTV

Jan 18

Rob Wilmot is a bit of a startup pin-up. He was co-director of Freeserve back in 1998, the Internet Service Provider backed by the Dixon Stores Group. After floating on the London Stock Exchange, Rob became one of the youngest directors of a FTSE 100 company at the age of 29. Rob exited Freeserve after the completion of a £1.6 billion sale to Wanadoo in 2001. Since...

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Post as an animal on anonymous confessions site Imeveryone – for TechFluffTV

Dec 22

This week as part of our Think it all happens in Silicon Valley? You’re wrong! series, TechFlufftv speaks to Mike Maccana who’s recently set up confessions site Imeveryone. It’s a place where you can get stuff off your chest or just have a look at what other people are talking about. Since launching just a few weeks ago at the end of November, imeveryone has...

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