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It’s often the little things that make hotels stand out or leave a negative impression. The little things that guests notice …. but hardly ever tell the hotel.
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A few years back, whenever a business wanted to get in-depth insights from their target audience or industry, they waited weeks for a comprehensive market research report. In today’s fast-changing environment, this kind of report would come too late to make any meaningful business decisions – they’d already be outdated.
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Artemest is an Italian e-commerce site featuring a collection of curated home décor, jewellery, and lifestyle art created by top Italian artists. The company aims at keeping centuries-old techniques alive. Their mission is to preserve the heritage of the best Italian artisans, who, in many cases, would have shut their business down but for Artemest. Marco Deseri, Chief Digital Officer at Artemest, shared how they help creators survive in the globalised world, where everything is controlled by big corporate brands.
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Case.one is a digital product which streamlines project management for legal practitioners. It’s a single platform that provides everything attorneys need to do their job. Case.one is built on technology more advanced than the competitors’ solutions, for instance, it uses machine learning, among other state-of-the-art technologies. The company is getting ready to introduce new products to the market as well, all building upon the same idea: simplifying attorneys’ work and bringing their operational costs down.
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Samuel F. Poirier is a young entrepreneur who founded his first company when he was 14. At the age of 21, he co-founded Retinad, a world leader in the development of VR analytics that raised more than $2.5M in funding. A few months ago, he altered the course and started a company in a totally different area - the cruise sector. His goal is to revolutionise the old-fashioned industry with top-notch technology and make booking cruises an effortless experience.
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evvnt is a tool for event promoters allowing them to submit their event information once and then to share it across 40+ event listing sites based on your events category and location. The company has operated on the market for 5 years now, supplying their service in over 139 countries – both for local and international event promoters – and in multiple industries.
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Ruairí Doyle, Head of Product at Apps for Good, is transforming the way technology is taught in schools by turning young tech consumers into tech creators. Apps for Good partners with educators in schools and learning centres to deliver its app development course to young people between 8 and 18 years of age. Since 2010, the Apps for Good course has been delivered to more than 50,000 students in over 1,000 schools across the UK. We asked Ruairí how they achieved that.
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  Ninety Percent is a game-changer in the fashion industry. They took the challenge of creating a stylish brand that would link latest trends with a sustainable approach towards society and environment. Their main goal is to empower customers to make a difference through fashion. The company allocates 90 percent of their profits to four charitable causes, and customers are the ones who can vote for the cause they wish to support. At the end of the year, the profits will be split between the charities based on the votes.
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Niall McManus is the founder of Kuingia, a tool for people involved in challenging export markets sourcing information from mainstream media, research institutes, consultancy reports and multiple social media channels. Kuingia gathers stories in multiple languages and returns headlines and links in the query language. We spoke with Niall to learn more about his business.
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Peter John and Steve Dailey are founders of Helpr, a facilitating platform that aims at improving the personal healthcare services market in the UK. Helpr connects care workers directly with people looking for their services. The providers earn up to 66% more than in the traditional British care system, while the clients pay up to 20% less for their services. The project is run as a social enterprise and prioritizes quality of service over profit. Peter and Steve told us how they business has been going.
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Martin Key is a Project Manager at whym, which is a live translation app for travellers as well as for tourist businesses like hotels and airports. The app connects the user with professional interpreters from the InterpretersPortal. At the moment the app supports 13 languages. We asked Martin a few questions to learn more about his business.
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Abdullah Alkhonaini is a co-founder of Raqib50, an online non-profit website that holds Kuwaiti members of parliament (MPs) accountable by making their voting records and other work accessible to the public (parliament watch). The app is powered by Ruby on Rails, and tracks MP activities: suggestions, committee reports, votes. Raqib50 is run by a non-profit initiative. We spoke with Abdullah to learn more about his experiences with buidling a startup.
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Finán O'Donoghue is the founder and CEO of Campsited.com, a Dublin based startup that provides an easy way for campers and holidaymakers to find and book campsites, touring parks and holiday parks. We spoke with Finán to learn more about his startup.
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ShiftWear, an up-and-coming tech startup, is about to launch a unique and one-of-a-kind sneaker that can be customized in real-time using a slick mobile app. Available in high, medium and low tops and with a waterproof and walk-to-charge design, these groundbreaking sneakers have image designers from all over the world able to create and design animations for their sneakers. ShiftWear is a crowdfunded company from New York, and was created by a team of futurists, entrepreneurs and engineers to ch
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Rupert Sellers is managing director at Barometa, the next generation job platform for career-oriented people in hospitality. He believes that his platform can change the way people find jobs in hospitality sector. How is going to achieve that?
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Tino Wendland is one of the co-founders and the CTO of Lemonfrog AG, a company founded in 2007 that successfully disrupted the sharing economy and now runs 11 services marketplace platforms in Switzerland, Austria and Germany. Tino shared some insights about his business, challanges on the way and major successes.
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Eric Spery is a career Java developer and long time IT manager. He's senior vice president at My Dobot, a San Francisco / Denver based startup developing a mobile finance management tool. The company was founded by three former industry insiders who had seen the wizard behind the curtain, and wanted to create a better way forward – because everyone has the right to financial health. Read the interview in which we asked Eric why they decided to work with remote teams and where My Dobot is now.
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