Studio Graphene Articles
UK tech entrepreneurs remain optimistic despite Brexit woes
Confidence levels among UK tech startups has fallen over the past three months as Brexit concerns have become more prominent, a recent survey by Studio Graphene has revealed, though business leaders remain bullish on hiring top talent and raising investment. The Tech Tracker survey quizzes over 100 business leaders within early stage, UK-based technology companies each quarter to assess and monitor their confidence l...
Brits excited by 5G but fearful of driverless cars and AI
A new survey of 2,000 UK adults, commissioned by Studio Graphene, has uncovered the public’s perception towards different modern technologies. Biometrics, 5G and wearable tech came out as top of the list of modern technologies the UK consumers are most excited about, in the survey which was asked to 2,000 UK adults. Conversely, 43% of UK adults are worried about the problems that may arise from driverless cars, which is significan...
Tech leaders react to Chancellor's speech
Ritam Gandhi, Director and Founder, Studio Graphene, commented: “The Spring Statement has been wedged between two important Brexit votes, and I have no doubt many people would have overlooked the Chancellor’s speech. As anticipated, the Spring Statement was light on substance, with many of the UK’s industries not mentioned.”
London startups suffering from shortage in tech talent
The main challenge that startups in London now face is the shortage of tech talent, which is what new research conducted by Studio Graphene found. The study found that one in three startups are suffering with staffing challenges which is holding back London tech companies.
Customers turn their backs on businesses with bad tech
Technology has never been more critical to a business’ success, with the majority of UK consumers saying they will leave a poor quality website in less than 30 seconds, new research by Studio Graphene has revealed.
Build My App winner celebrates the launch of its new app
Chosen as the winner of Studio Graphene’s Build My App initiative. Signalong is celebrating the launch of its new app, which assists those with hearing, speech, language and communication needs through the use of AI and Google Vision technology. With access to Signalong’s extensive sign language database, the app allows users to take photos of everyday objects on their smartphone, with its recognition technology then infor...
London-based firm to build not for profit app for free
Studio Graphene has launched a new initiative called Build My App, which will see the digital agency develop a not for profit app free of charge in just three days. The London-based firm, which builds blank canvas tech products, is calling for entrants to propose a not for profit app idea that will help bring about positive social change.
What is it really like to launch a tech startup?
New research conducted by Studio Graphene in partnership with City Road Communications has revealed how entrepreneurs’ expectations of launching a technology startup compare to the realities of running a company.