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So far Paul Beare has created 108 blog entries.

Crossing the bridge

2020-07-06T10:59:02+01:00July 6th, 2020|Setting up in the UK|

A recent webinar focusing on the opportunities for overseas FinTech companies in the UK heard from a range of practitioners, professional advisers, and even the Lord Mayor of London himself to discuss how to translate local success in NZ into a foothold in the well-established UK ecosystem. Organised by FinTech NZ, the webinar guests discussed ...

Techwatch: Socially Conscious

2020-07-02T12:33:34+01:00July 2nd, 2020|UK General|

Social media has perhaps been the biggest breakthrough in technology and media since the birth of the mainstream internet 25 years ago. From the basic chatrooms that allowed people to connect at Yahoo and MSN to the global behemoths of Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, social technologies have become the enablers that have digitised and scaled ...

Bridging the Fintech gap

2020-06-26T15:10:16+01:00June 26th, 2020|DIT, Setting up in the UK|

A recent webinar explored the burgeoning opportunities for FinTech companies in the UK. Organised by Fintech NZ, located in New Zealand, the virtual event brought together practitioners, professional advisers and even the Lord Mayor of London to launch the FinTech NZ’s most recent report, ‘FinTech Future’. The report outlines the opportunities in the fintech sector ...

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme: The latest update

2020-06-19T09:44:21+01:00June 19th, 2020|UK General|

As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to rumble on, the economic impact of the crisis is taking its toll. With that in mind, the government’s job retention schemes to support UK businesses have been taking a lot of the strain during the lockdown.     Indeed, as of the 31st May, £8.92bn has been deployed under the flagship ...

Tipping Point

2020-06-17T09:45:17+01:00June 16th, 2020|UK General|

The transition from a start-up to a more mature and sustainable company is one of the more difficult times in any business’s lifecycle. Leaving behind the trappings of the scrappy upstart as a more stable and mature business emerges can challenge the business owner in ways they may not have envisaged.   But it’s an unavoidable ...