Press

2014

Cambridge University students come up trumps in Founders4Schools ‘Appathon’ and win trip to Silicon Valley – Cambridge News

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Lessons from Silicon Valley: What I and other female tech entrepreneurs can learn from the US – The Guardian

F4S develops Appathon to help young build apps – Cambridge News

Caroline Daniel, Editor in Chief of FT Weekend, writes about her experience with the CEOs of the Female Mission to Silicon Valley – Financial Times

Reid Hoffman on Linkedin about the Appathon

Students and entrepreneurs brought together for Create! campaign – ComputerWeekly.com

Are Scientists Supplanting Hipsters at London Tech Week? – Bloomberg

Hermann Hauser and Sherry Coutu unveil list of fast growth Science Fifty companies – ACQ5

Fast Growth Science companies celebrated & supported by the Royal Society – Angel News

Hermann Hauser and Sherry Coutu unveil list of fast growth Science Fifty companies – Growthbusiness

Sherry Coutu: Women’s Businesses Are More Successful Than Men’s – Management Today

INTERVIEW: “We Are Trying To Change The Focus From Startups To Scale-Ups” – Silicon Valley Comes To The UK – StrategyEye

LinkedIn boss: Ed tech in the classroom today is like giving teachers ‘magical powers’ – TES News

2013

Canadians Named to Exclusive SVC2UK ‘100 Club’ – Tech Vibes

Somo, Swiftkey and YPlan Tipped for £100m Revenue – Mobile Marketing Magazine

Four ideas from Silicon Valley on creating scale from Britain’s startups – City AM

100 startups on track to achieve £100m revenues – Real Business

SVC2UK identifies booming UK start-ups on course to achieve £100m revenues – TechWorld

Silicon Valley comes to the UK unveils top 100 companies – Tech City News

63 UK tech companies with £100m revenue potential named – Startups.co.uk

Silicon Valley Comes to the UK selects NewVoiceMedia as high growth company to watch – Digital Journal

CODING ON SCHOOL CURRICULUM FROM NEXT YEAR, OSBORNE REVEALS – Business Weekly

LAUNCHPAD: TechUK Plans To Create 500,000 New Tech Jobs – Management Today

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