The Top 100 UK Startups (2010)
Every two years Startups.co.uk releases their list of the top 100 British startups. In their own words: “Startups 100 is the definitive countdown to the UK’s most innovative, inspiring and ground-breaking new companies.” It is an impressive list, made up a diverse range of businesses.
You can view the full list here or check out the top 30 below.
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Top 30 (of 100):
1. Shutl – The start-up solving e-commerce’s greatest problem, giving customers greater control over deliveries. (Read More)
2. Fetch Media – The mobile marketing and advertising agency serving global clients, both sides of the pond. (Read More)
3. MVF Global – The fast-growth online marketing business looking differently at lead generation. (Read More)
4. Hailo – The city-centric app which lets you book a licensed cab – in just two taps. (Read More)
5. Stylistpick – A subscription-based fashion site, selling shoes and accessories hand-picked by top stylists. (Read More)
6. MediaDevil – The five-star mobile accessory brand outstripping its competitors with customer service. (Read More)
7. Stylus – The design inspiration service with a £142m entrepreneur at its helm. (Read More)
8. Onefinestay – Authentic accommodation for the jet set – rent a real, luxury home, with all the trimmings of a hotel. (Read More)
9. Bear – The brand shaking up the snack market with a range of guilt-free, fruit treats. (Read More)
10. Neon Play – The mobile app developer making smartphones even more addictive. (Read More)
11. Crowdcube – The pioneer of equity-based crowdfunding, stamping a new path in alternative finance. (Read More)
12. Transferwise – A cheaper way to transfer money overseas, backed by top venture capital firms and the co-founder of PayPal. (Read More)
13. myParcelDelivery.com – The comparison website for courier services putting an end to the pain of post office queuing. (Read More)
14. zeebox – Hoping to change the way we watch television is free app Zeebox, the self-styled ‘TV sidekick’. (Read More)
15. Conversocial – Helping companies interact with their customers through Facebook and Twitter. (Read More)
16. Crane.tv – The ‘digital storytelling company’, comprising an online video magazine and full-service entertainment agency. (Read More)
17. The Giving Card – The discount card which saves you money while raising revenue for charities. (Read More)
18. MarketInvoice – The online platform where small businesses can auction their unpaid invoices to global investors. (Read More)
19. Blippar – An innovative mobile application, which unlocks cool digital content from images. (Read More)
20. Blottr – The people-powered news service breaking stories quicker via mobile and web. (Read More)
21. Adzuna – The pioneering search engine bringing millions of classifieds together in one place. (Read More)
22. Brainient – The company making video advertising more effective – tapping into a potentially huge market. (Read More)
23. BBOXX – Providing the world’s poorest with access to affordable electricity. (Read More)
24. Seven Hills – The pioneering PR firm putting British entrepreneurship on the map. (Read More)
25. Central Working – The city workhubs helping entrepreneurs start and grow their businesses. (Read More)
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