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Talent is a crucial aspect of any business and the Fast 50 CEOs left us in no doubt that they wouldn’t be where they are today without the teams they have around them. We’ve analysed the information provided by 122 entrants and the survey responses submitted by 74 of their CEOs to unearth the secrets of their success.
This report is a companion to the UK Fast 50 programme, highlighting all the 2016 winners and entrants, profiling the top achievers from each region and offering our own perspective on this year’s cohort.
Who are the top performing media and entertainment companies in the UK today? Our latest report reveals the top 100 by revenue, sub-sector and profit margin.
The report also looks at key themes affecting the sector, such as the variety of video advertising platforms and metrics now available, and the changing nature of information publishing revenues.
Our view on major trends from the industry
Knowing what will come next in tech, media and telco trends has become a key competitive differentiator and can give your business a leading edge. That is why each year we present our view on the major trends from the industry that will impact UK businesses.
Four months in, 2017 is shaping up to be a year of harvesting and replanting for the innovation economy. The SVB team examined the private-company growth propelled by the large capital raises of 2014-15 and the subsequent plunge in large investments and exits in 2016. Given the activity we’ve seen in the first quarter of 2017, we are forecasting significant harvesting of returns resulting from the last decade of sweeping innovations.
In their annual healthcare industry report, Silicon Valley Bank analyses the fundraising, investment, M&A and IPO activity of private, venture-backed biopharma, medical device and diagnostic/tools companies. The report finds a slowing IPO and M&A market in 2016 versus 2015, but exit activity still exceeded 2013 totals.
Fewer U.K. startups expect business conditions to improve than in previous years; still a large majority plan to hire and see Brexit-era opportunities in the U.K.
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Knowing what will come next in tech, media and telco trends has become a key competitive differentiator and can give your business a leading edge. We have pulled out the top 10 predictions that we feel are most pertinent to UK businesses. Join the conversation using #tmtpredictions.
With the technology sector due to represent 14 per cent of the GDP by 2016 and a record two million new businesses registered at Companies House since 2011, there has never been a more exciting time to be a young technology company in the UK.
This report is a companion to the UK Fast 50 programme, highlighting all the 2015 winners and entrants, profiling the top achievers from each region and offering our own perspective on this year’s cohort.