We caught up with David Ingram – director and shareholder in Galvanic, the Ireland-based startup that created the PIP – to find out how he relaxes when he’s not helping others to do so.
We caught up with Synqera CEO Kirill Gorynya to find out how he came up with the idea and the challenges involved in bringing it into existence.
We spoke to the Booke co-founder to find out the motivation behind the company and the ideas that keep him ticking.
Ryan Frayne’s portable Windcatcher air bed uses a unique method that helps it inflate without a pump in under a minute. We hear how Kickstarter – and a bit of luck – helped him succeed.
We caught up with the founder of France-based Hôpital Affinité to hear what inspired him to develop a social network that helps patients connect with each other during their hospital stays.
We caught up with the visionary founder of Neurowear to hear more about his recent efforts to deliver music based on the listener’s emotions.
Wearable tech startup, Machina, has ambitious goals for transforming fashion’s scope and capability. We caught up with co-founder Linda Franco to find out how the challenge is coming along.
Co-founder of Silvercar, Bill Diffenderfer, aims to simplify the car rental process for quick customer access. He shares his startup insights with us.
The founder of international relocation company, MOVE Guides, shares her experiences so far in getting a startup off the ground.
Starting out in their college kitchen, the founders of Back to the Roots now have a nine-strong team and send grow-your-own kits across the US.
John Sjölund aims to increase diabetes awareness through his memory-aiding device, Timesulin. We caught up with John to see how his startup has progressed since our first coverage.
We caught up with Handpresso CEO, Catherine Nielsen, who shares her ambitious plans for the future of her company’s product – an espresso machine made for use in the car.
Jack Ng is the man behind Sky Greens, a low-energy vertical urban farm project.
Mehmet is the co-founder of Marblar, which takes a crowdsourcing approach to scientific research.
Matt Dimmer is founder of The Extra Mile, a startup that encourages regular fliers to donate unwanted air miles to people who wish to visit relatives suffering from cancer. Here, Matt shares his entrepreneurial insight from the early days of the business.
Pamela Yeo, the founder of Saught – a startup that makes jewellery using the metal from deactivated landmines – shares her entrepreneurial insights.
Rodrigo Garcia Gonzalez, the brain behind Hop, a suitcase that can move independently gives us an insight into his inventive world.
Industrial designer, Ben Greene, tells us how the process behind idea to business has been going for him so far.
Jack Al-Kahwati is the man behind Velo-1 – a smartphone controlled electric bicycle that can control gears and suggest safe routes. Here he fills us in on how business is progressing since we first covered the startup.
Aiming to save students money, Raygun analyzes textbook updates to see if they’re worth the price tag. Founders, Aaron Priest and Adam Seithel, take us through their first year of business.
We chat to the founder of coffee subscription service eightpointnine, which allows users to customize their own blends, about their first year of business.
Zahra Aljabri, the founder of women’s fashion label Mode-sty, which focuses on conservative yet stylish items shares her entrepreneurial words of wisdom.