Announced! The TechRound 100 Finalists of 2022

TechRound is excited to announce the winners of our TechRound 100 2022

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Founded in 2016 and based in London, TechRound is where decision-makers, investors and startups of all sizes come to find out the latest developments and trends within the industry. 

The TechRound 100 is the year’s flagship event, highlighting the hard work and success of UK startups, businesses, and entrepreneurs. With more than 3,000 applications this year, we hope that our top 100 list acts as a testament to the UK startup scene and also provides inspiration for the next generation of startups and entrepreneurs.

Thank you to our judges Alex Buttle (Motorway), Sabrina Chevannes (We Are Complex Creative), Jeffrey Faustin (Jenson Funding Partners) and James Mercer (tayp) for your time and effort to confirm our list of outstanding finalists.


Feedback From Judges


“With just over 3,000 applications this year, we were all blown away by the quality of entries including startups that operate in multiple countries and have raised vast amounts through funding rounds.”

“The pure genius of making great-looking, vegan shoes entirely out of plastic waste (including plastic bags!) puts Thaely in another league to most other entries. Making any physical product (especially shoes and clothing) is hard, so this entry really stood out.”

“I chose Biscuit Tin because death is a conversation that people avoid. People even avoid thinking about it. Digitising this process makes it more accessible to all and something to make people think about what they are doing now to leave a good memory behind them.”

“The cost of living is becoming more difficult for all. This means people may feel like having children isn’t for them until later. People having access to Apryl let’s them know their options and make that decision when or of it suits their lifestyle.”


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Thank You To Our 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.


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