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We are delighted to announce today that we have led $1.2 million seed round into Big Data For Humans, a big data-as-a-service company targeting the retail and travel sectors.
Glean some insights into how to build a sustainable marketplace with the highest supply quality and minimal leakage
Toothpick shares some insights on how they have managed to grow through strategic partnerships.
Last month EC1 Capital portfolio company Lifecake was acquired by Canon, here is the story of how EC1 came to invest in Lifecake and how much of our investment thesis held true.
Today we are delighted to announce our co-investment in Twizoo, a mobile app built on top of Twitter’s recently released Fabric ecosystem, that aims at reinventing restaurant reviews from the ground up, starting from a mobile-first experience.
Today Eventbrite announced they have integrated with ten companies that now provide applications direct to their users through their site. It is the...
Jozef Wallis, cofounder Toothpick, gives some tips on how companies can collect and gain actionable insights from data
It doesn’t matter if your startup’s customers are movie theatres, first-time mums or car-manufacturers, creating a sales strategy from scratch is hard. This is how to do it.
This morning a small and rather innocuous pop-up appeared on my screen, I clicked on it immediately because: 1, it looked interesting and 2, I didn't have the forsight to screenshot it for this article.
Having regular office hours with entrepreneurs is something we’re really proud of doing here at EC1 Capital.
Seene now supports Google Cardboard for viewing 3D images
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.
The future of retail lies in technology. But does this have to leave traditional offline retail wallowing in a pool of self-pity – waiting for its e-commerce rivals to poach its customer base?
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.