Weekly Brief: The tech companies championing LGBTQ+ equality!

Diversity and inclusion in the tech sector has received much attention over recent years. What’s clear to see is that the need for equality, diversity and inclusion is more important than ever. In celebration of Pride month, we’ve highlighted just a few companies who are championing LGBTQ+ equality and how they are doing it.   Gousto, […]

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Weekly brief: Scotland’s startup scene continues to surge!

2,500 startups and with £345million collectively raised in funding, Scotland is steadily making moves within the UK startup space. Scotland is just getting started with consistent growth being delivered every year. So who is worth keeping an eye on? With Scotland being the base for some of the UKs most successful “unicorn”companies, Sky Scanner and […]

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5 ways to create a professional online presence to optimise your job hunt!

You’ve been rejected from a dozen different jobs over the past year. But today you’re armed with a well crafted cover letter and excited at the thought of finally getting that face to face meeting or call back. But how things have changed in today’s job market, it’s time to put your best digital foot […]

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The women in tech series:

Discoco: Isabel Mohan and Lucy Cleveley. Welcome to Work In Startups X Women In Tech series! For the tech industry in particular, the equal representation of women and men may still have decade’s worth of work left to go. With the tech workforce being made up of just 19% women, it bodes the question…what can […]

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What I Learned Working At A Small Company – A Graduate story

You have finished university and it’s time to find your first job. We’re now usually encouraged to apply to a graduate scheme, usually within a big company where competition is incredibly high. If you’re lucky enough to get into a graduate program, it can be a great experience and a strong start to your career. […]

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An Intro Into Startup Equity: 5 Things To Consider

Startup equity  Whether you’re joining an early-stage startup, with seed funding or a startup that’s already raised big chunks of venture capital, it’s important to know the (at the very least) basics of equity. Most startups will offer equity as part of the compensation package, coming in the form of stock options that allow you […]

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Startups To Watch: Borrow My Doggy

Here at Work In Startups, we’re on a mission to champion the best and most exciting startups in the UK. To support this, we’re starting a new blog series highlighting some of the most innovative and fast-growing startups around. Follow us as we interview startup founders and employees across the country and find out more […]

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