Brighton seafront is iconic. While the burnt out remains of the West Pier that have been sitting in the sea since 2003 make the perfect backdrop for BBQs on the beach, other parts of the seafront falling into disrepair are becoming dangerous.
With the rise of the number of businesses choosing crowdfunding as a method of raising funds, it’s clear that crowdfunding is here to stay. Crowdfunding has a range of advantages, from being...
Given that crowdfunding is promoted primarily on the internet, it’s no surprise that there have been some interesting and downright bizarre ideas that people have tried to get crowdfunded. While it can be an excellent means of funding your business idea, there are people who have taken the most obscure ideas and tried to get the crowd to fund them. Here are our favourites.
The world of technology loves an acronym. SaaS is no exception: it stands for ‘Software as a Service’, and refers to a new way of accessing software, as opposed to traditional methods. Prior to recent technological advancements, anyone wanting to use software had to...Read More
Brian Donnelly founded his first major business, Constellar, in the late 1990s. In the process of growing the business, he migrated to Silicon Valley, after being offered $3 million US VC funding. Three subsequent rounds of funding - totalling...Read More
When you picture your experience of learning, what do you imagine? A dingy classroom, thirty students all facing the front, hours of lectures? For many people, their experience of learning is exactly that: monotonous, dreary, dull. However, this is all changing. Welcome to the classroom of the future ...
Shadow Foundr is a big fan of The NatWest Accelerator, which is looking to support the entrepreneurs, innovators, and disrupters in Brighton and the wider Sussex area.Read More
At Shadow Foundr, the businesses we come across in deal origination can be divided into two categorises - pre-traction and post-traction.Read More