While big tech majors like Google and Facebook are already responsible for hiring a lot of new tech crowd in London every year, still there are a lot of tech startups in one of the most bustling city in the world where you can choose to work in, if you want to experience a smaller, challenging and more energetic work scenario. Afterall, UK is the tech unicorn capital of Europe, home to 37 per cent of unicorn companies in Europe, with total valuations of more than $23 billion dollars in total.
With these amazing analysis today, we have come up with a list of best and fastest-growing tech startups in London to work for. Our list is completely based on rocketlist.uk. For the uninitiated, the rocketlist.uk acts as a platform to search for jobs at fast growing companies. Furthermore, this platofrm focus on giving you more information and insight
Founder: Alexander Asseily, Tania Boler
Elvie is a British femtech company developing smarter technology for women. The company’s first product, Elvie Trainer, helps women strengthen the pelvic floor via fun, five-minute workouts. The second device, Elvie Pump is the silent wearable breast pump, which allows new mothers to pump anytime, anywhere. Headquartered in London, it has offices also in New York City.
Founders: Hiroki Takeuchi, Matt Robinson
Based out of London, GoCardless is a payment company that makes collecting payments by direct debit easy for everyone. The company processed $10bn in transactions a year and has around 40,000 customers around the world, including the likes of Thomas Cook, TripAdvisor, and the Guardian.
Founders: Eamon Jubbawy, Husayn Kassai, Mike Forster, Ruhul Amin
Founded in 2012, Onfido is building the new identity standard to assess whether a user’s government-issued ID is genuine and then compares it against their facial biometrics. The company has offices in London, San Francisco, New York, Lisbon, Paris, New Delhi, and Singapore.
Founders: Barnaby Hussey-Yeo
Cleo is an artificial intelligence startup that offers an intelligent assistant to help users in managing their finances. Founded in 2016, the platform now helps over half a million people with their money across the UK, US & Canada.
Founders: Matty Cusden-Ross, Tom Reay, Veronique Merriam Barbosa
The company develops a software platform that keeps track of payment receipts by automatically linking them to payment cards. Flux Systems has major partners like Barclaycard, Costa, pod, EAT., Barclays, and Starling Bank. Furthermore, the company store and process data using third party servers located in secure data centers in Europe.
Founders: Giles Williams, Jack Tang
Founded in 2014, Urban Massage is an on-demand wellness platform trying to democratise wellness. The company offers on-demand massage, mani-pedi, facial, and osteopathy services via its official app. Customers can book an appointment at home or office anytime from 8 am to 11:30 pm.
Founders: Alex Hersham, Jan Riethmayer, Richard Fattal
The company has developed a platform that allows customers to book, manage, and track their international freight. It also uses analytics to drive intelligent supply chain decisions that help their businesses thrive. Zencargo provides ocean, road, air, and rail freight services.
Founders: Ishaan Malhi, Jonathan Galore
Trussle is a free online mortgage broker that works with much-needed transparency. The company has launched a mortgage monitoring service, which continually monitors the market and alerts a customer when money could be saved by switching to another deal.
Founders: Nikolay Storonsky, Vlad Yatsenko
Revolut is digital banking that includes a pre-paid debit card, currency exchange, and peer-to-peer payments. It has developed a platform allowing users to transfer, exchange, and spend money with a multi-currency card that is accepted everywhere. This platform supports spending and ATM withdrawals in 120 currencies.
Founders: Gary Dolman, Jason Bates, Jonas Huckestein, Paul Rippon, Tom Blomfield
Monzo is a London-based digital-only bank platform. This platform helps you to manage and spend money across the world without any hassle.
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