Weekly Brief: Less (users) is more?

As usual, we are providing our weekly rundown of cool startup jobs, with just a hint of interesting industry news. We’ve been really interested in the some “seemingly counterproductive” business model tacts from your favourite dating and social giants! Read on! […]

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Weekly Brief: Disruptive Philanthropy

With seemingly every journalist covering the heart-wrenching destruction of Notre Dame Cathedral this week. We were inspired by the great-and-the-good pledging €600m collectively (so far) to the rebuilding effort – we’re really seeing the power of destructive… disruptive philanthropy. As always with the Weekly Brief, we bring you a roundup of an interesting news topic AND some of the hottest startup jobs of the week. […]

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Weekly Brief: The Fly-nal Frontier for delivery tech

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No! It’s a drone carrying your burrito and that pair of trainers you ordered…Both Google and Amazon appear to be accelerating their game plans for drones, specifically looking to revolutionise the consumer delivery industry. Tune in this week for the usual roundup of weird and wonderful news articles (plus some of the coolest startup jobs going). […]

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Weekly Brief: Drug abuse? Time for Warren G to regulate!

Everyone in the Work in Startups office (and probably the entire UK) has come down with something… the Brexit headache. It is commonly brought on by EU Exit developments (or lack-there-of) dominating the headlines. So we thought we’d focus on a more satisfying area of news this week – MedTech (in no small part because we may require seriously innovative painkilling devices until 22nd May…) Enjoy our weekly selection of interesting news articles and a curated list of our finest startup jobs. […]

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Weekly Brief: Breaking up with Big Tech

Politicians the world over (at least those not focused on Brexit shenanigans, sigh) have been taking shots at “Big Tech” this week, joining in protest at what they consider to be the ever-increasing monopolies of Google, Amazon and Facebook, and decreasing competition in the tech market. Check out this week’s Weekly Brief for a collection of interesting news articles on breaking up the ‘big tech’ firms, plus a curated selection of our finest startup jobs! […]

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Weekly Brief: Awkward Turtle! Some Inconvenient Truths…

In anticipation of International Women’s Day we’ve been championing women at Work in Startups. But there remains an inconvenient truth that we aren’t, as a collective, doing enough to get more women into tech jobs. It is fundamentally very awkward – a sentiment that also resonates (albeit to different degrees) when you hear about misleading claims of “AI” within startups, or of reports that our tech and smart phone addiction is becoming a huge contributor to global warming. Have a flick through our round-up of inconvenient truths! […]

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Weekly Brief: The minotaur, the myth, the legend

(Weekly Brief) Our weekly roundup of interesting startup news and the hottest jobs on Work in Startups – as circulated in our newsletter. This week: even more startup parlance for you – Dragons, Unicorns, Zebras and now Minotaurs. Have the animal names gone too far? Animals were a big feature of wider tech news with interesting developments with smart bees, lab-cultured meet and pig mapping! Read on. […]

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