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Grow your tech business in Sheffield and change the world

New impact driven accelerator aims to create impact driven global start ups

Sheffield is officially the best city, outside London, in the UK to start a business, according to Startups Cities Index 2022. The Annual Index is based on research into over 40 crucial factors that influence startup success and states, “Sheffield has been revealed as our ultimate winner, thanks to the city’s strong performance across many

Ecosystem Update Autumn 2020: Focus on – Sheffield’s Start-Up Ecosystem

The focus of this edition of the Ecosystem Update is on the support available to people who want to start their own business in the Sheffield City Region.

Without a doubt, none of us could have imagined how different the world would be in 2020. When we published our first “Quarterly Briefing” in October 2019, we fully expected to be producing regular updates on the state of Sheffield’s digital industries. Instead, we find ourselves 12 months on, grappling with the long term impacts

Company spotlight: Roaring Mouse Public Relations

James Taylor tells us more about the tech start-up specialists that are right on the doorstep.

From an office in Chesterfield and with a core team of three, Roaring Mouse is helping early-stage technology companies to grow their reputation and their business, throughout the UK and globally. Building awareness, interest and trust in brands, the specialist agency has helped a range of exciting FinTech, CleanTech, AI and cyber security start-ups to

An opportunity for emerging Tech for Good companies

Super Connect For Good is a national competition looking for the best emerging tech companies that are delivering positive social change.

The competition will recognise 15 winners including a National Overall Winner, eight Regional Winners and six Industry Winners from the following verticals: AI, EdTech, MedTech, HealthTech, Smart Cities (including IoT, 5G, Intelligent Transport) and GovTech. The National Winner will receive £40,000 worth of business support including a 12-month subscription to Hays Rise (worth £30,000), a