I was invited to do a radio interview with a BBC Business Daily reporter on the subject of London’s prospects of becoming the next Silicon Valley.
EC1 Capital profiled by the British Venture Capital Association
Glean some insights into how to build a sustainable marketplace with the highest supply quality and minimal leakage
Having regular office hours with entrepreneurs is something we’re really proud of doing here at EC1 Capital.
The online advertising industry is fighting a long, drawn out, seemingly never-ending battle against two enemies.
Julian goes along to help advise on a judging panel for 'The Apprentice' 2014 final.
In my first post on the online video industry (and the slow demise of television), I discussed how the web has led to a proliferation of video and a widening access for aspiring video creators and viewers. While the effect of the internet on quantity of content is obvious, the effect on its quality is far more subjective.
The key driver behind the rise of online video is the growing ease at which creators can make and distribute content. Let’s
We all spend a lot of time trying to understand customer needs better. But how many of us actually apply the same methods to customers as we do employees?
Q&A with Tom Beverly, EC1 Capital Advisor and Co-founder & CEO of project J
Can selling to businesses revive iPad sales?
Ello, a new social network, emerged from nowhere. Riding the waves of recent anti-Facebook sentiment, the key tenet in its manifesto is that it does not, and indeed never will, allow advertising on the platform.
The era of the mobile is never more apparent than in emerging economies, where many people’s first experience of the interest is on mobile. But what works in the the UK or US isn't always a successful recipe elsewhere.
Calculating addressable market is often time-consuming affair. Investors want to see that entrepreneurs have done their calculations and are confidently building a company in a sizeable market that is ideally growing.
A startups runway is its lifeline; it tells you how much time a startup has before a startup runs out of cash, needs another boost of funding or becomes profitable.
SaaS (Software as a Service) is slowly but surely sweeping away the old world of on-premises software systems. But what are the key things to think about when developing a pricing strategy for an Enterprise SaaS product?
Is crowdfunding frowned upon by VC's?