Learn-to-code startup CK targets the Minecraft modding craze

 The learn to code space is packed with ideas. But when it comes to what children want to do online, towering over everything else is the build-it-yourself Microsoft-owned Minecraft platform. … Continue Reading →

Amazon eyeing up London restaurant delivery launch

 With Deliveroo and Uber currently battling it out on London’s streets to deliver food from local restaurants, a third player with deep pockets may be about to enter the fight. … Continue Reading →


Watch London Get Its Shiny New Crossrail Tunnels Ready for Action

1,200 workers are spending 24 hours a day converting the underground tunnels, some of them 130 feet below the surface, into actual train tracks. The post Watch London Get Its … Continue Reading →

Network Locum bags $7M to grow its doctor staffing platform

 London-based healthcare startup Network Locum, which has built a staffing platform and workplace management software targeting the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), has closed a £5.3 million ($7M) Series B … Continue Reading →

Brexit creates a new vocabulary for startups in Europe

 Here’s a new lexicon of Brexit-styled terms that startups may want to learn to discuss what will happen… Read More

What UK startups make of the shock Brexit vote

 Shock, disbelief and disappointment were common sentiments echoed by the startups TechCrunch spoke to, many of who had scrambled emergency meetings this morning to consider their immediate steps in the … Continue Reading →