Enter The TechRound 100
TechRound are delighted to announce our 4th annual TechRound 100, celebrating the U.K.’s most innovative startup and tech companies.
Are you new to the market? Are you disrupting your industry? Want to change the way people do things with your innovations? The TechRound100 highlights the most exciting startups of the year and can showcase your business to an engaged and fast-growing audience.
TechRound is home of UK startups and tech, offering a place for investors, decision makers and startups big and small to keep up to date on trends and developments within this fast-paced, booming industry.
Entry Deadline: Thursday 17th November
Winners To Be Announced: Monday 21st November
- Featured in front of an audience of 300,000+ visitors per month
- Top 100 placement get a full page write-up (see example)
- Includes a feature in Google News and is regularly picked up by press from Forbes, Business Insider, The Telegraph and trade press
- Techround provides unparalleled access to industry leaders and other startups
- List of ‘Highly Commended’ and ‘Ones to Watch’ also included
- Recognised by VCs, investors, journalists and industry leaders
- Free to enter
- Startups must have been started after 2015 or should be younger than 7 years old.
- Revenue not a deciding factor
- One person entrepreneurs and established businesses welcome
- All industries welcome including finance, sustainability, property, tech, fashion, food, insurance, IoT
This is Not a Beauty Pageant
“We are looking for startups and entrepreneurs that are working hard and making a difference. Being good on paper, using jargon and calling yourself ‘a disruptor’ whilst getting lots of funding is great, but it’s not a deciding factor for our top 100. Don’t be turned off entering just because you aren’t the biggest agency or the biggest funded startup. We want to recognise startups and businesses of all sizes.“
TechRound Co-Founders, David Soffer and Daniel Tannenbaum
Meet The Judges
James Mercer – Founder of tayp
James has over 10 year’s experience in the digital media and marketing industry, working at some of the largest agencies with global brands. With a huge passion for tech, he’s now creating the social media platform tayp, which allows people to share who they are and not what they have via voicenotes. As a One Young World Ambassador, he’s passionate about tech for good and guiding the next generation.
Stephanie Affleck – Founder of Little Fashion House
Stephanie Affleck most famously known for making history on this years BBC Apprentice in the first all Women final she knows a thing or two about having to stand her ground in a boardroom. In an industry that is currently booming, Stephanie expertise lies in the pre-loved industry in which she owns a pre-loved clothing company Little Fashion House.
Alex Buttle – Co-Founder & VP Growth at Motorway
VP Growth and co-founder of Motorway. Focusing on Motorway’s next-gen used car-selling proposition, Alex is a seasoned marketing operator responsible for business growth through online marketing across all digital channels. Alex is also a serial entrepreneur whose past ventures include a suite of finance websites acquired by AOL, and Top10 which was acquired by uSwitch.
Jeffrey Faustin – Chief Investment Officer at Jenson Funding Partners
Jeffrey started at Jenson as an intern and worked his way up – after already spending over a decade of his career as a structural engineer in the Middle East and then retraining as a VC. That combined with being born and educated in the Caribbean means he’s taken an alternative route into the investment industry. With a cross-sector focus on early-stage companies, he has a lot of startup insight to share with the founders he works with.
Sabrina Chevannes – Founder of Complex Creative
Sabrina Chevannes is the founder of Complex Creative – the No Bullsh*t Agency, but she’s also an award-winning author, podcaster and International Chess Master. Growing her agency from 4 to 14 people in two years, Sabrina is well-placed to judge on company growth and culture. She currently sits as the Co-Chair of the Alliance of Independent Agencies, Co-Chair of the DMA Social Media Council, BIMA’s Sustainability and Creative Council and on the Forbes Business Council.
Important! Advice From The Judges
Use the first line to describe your business, what it does and what you are about in two sentences…what makes you tick?
With our judges reading through hundreds of applications, we are looking for a clear description of your business, its concept, its success and plans for growth.
Try to avoid waffle and discuss your business in a clear and concise way.
Entry fee: Free
To enter: Complete form below
Entries open: Wednesday 2nd November
Entry deadline: Thursday 17th November
Final Judging: Friday 18th November
Winners announced: Monday 21st November