The UK has a long history of innovation; however, its start-ups are struggling to scale up. The British aversion to risk and success is partly to blame, along with a poor funding infrastructure.
PsiQuantum is one of a group of leading start-ups in quantum computing. With a more pragmatic approach than its peers, the company hopes to build the world's first 'useful' quantum computer.
The development of autonomous vehicles continues, but are a lack of public trust, issues regarding liability over accidents and financial woes linked to Covid-19 putting off would-be investors?
Hamburg has established itself as a leading destination for companies engaged in the digital economy, expertly bringing together the old and the new – but how are city leaders building on that success, creating a culture that rewards collaboration and creativity?
Manchester is one of the biggest cities in the UK, but experienced a lengthy economic downturn after the Second World War. However, it is now bouncing back as a major advanced technology hub.
Many countries and companies have used innovative thinking to get through the Covid-19 pandemic, but those embracing long-term innovation will emerge from the crisis the quickest.
London’s rise to become Europe’s premier start-up hub shows no signs of abating, even during the Covid-10 lockdown.