As participants in the first-ever Middle Eastern GrowthX programme prepare to graduate, Microsoft’s Roberto Croci, and two participating entrepreneurs, discuss the value such co-creation brings.
As Microsoft for Startups gets to work with new B2B entrepreneurs from the Middle East within its GrowthX Accelerator programme, two founders discuss benefits gained from leveraging access to Microsoft programmes, platforms and partners.
What are larger enterprises looking for from their start-up partners and where do participating entrepreneurs stand the most to gain?
Microsoft for Startups’ virtual conference ‘Highway to 100 Unicorns’ will provide those engaged in the Middle East’s start-up ecosystem an invaluable opportunity to connect with some of the sector’s leading figures.
A strategic partnership between Abu Dhabi Investment Office and Microsoft for Startups promises to attract, support and empower B2B tech entrepreneurs from across the region.
New tech-savvy start-ups aim to exploit shifts in consumer behaviour from Covid-19 to disrupt the broadband market.
Investors' rejection of the food delivery app's stock market launch this week shows that digital innovation is not valued above workers' rights.
The UK tech sector is booming and continues to attract large inflows of international capital, especially in late-stage funding rounds – but the trend is surfacing some national security concerns.
Investors sought exposure to high-growth tech scale-ups last year but digital innovation requires a pipeline of early-stage firms.
Today's budget will include yet more plans to boost the UK tech sector but a long-awaited unifying strategy has yet to materialise.
As society grows wary of Big Tech's dominance, platform cooperatives offer an alternative approach. Why haven't they succeeded?
UK policymakers need to consider the whole of the country's technology ecosystem, not just start-ups, when planning a digital-led recovery, writes Edward Qualtrough.
Despite the pandemic, 2020 broke records for technology IPOs. But this year is expected to be even bigger.