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Digital Ecosystems


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Entrepreneur Profile: Danny Meaney, Founder of UP accelerator

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Friday, 08 August 2014.

UP is a techmedia accelerator based in Edinburgh and Manchester – it's the first of its kind in both cities. Its mission is nothing less than to plug northern English and Scottish smarts and entrepreneurs in to the heart of the worldwide digital revolution, creating wave after wave of high growth potential businesses, growing them as fast, effectively and successfully as possible, and in doing so creating unprecedented value for both investors and the entrepreneurs in the business. 

Digital media disruption: What is next for the world of Adtech?

Written by Mark Connolly on Thursday, 31 July 2014.

I think it is safe to say, even for those of us working within the Adtech industry, just how astounding the impact technology has been on the speed of development in media. In our area of digital advertising alone, over the past 18 months we have seen a definite switch in client behaviour – with advertisers becoming more involved in the digital ad buying process and asking challenging questions of their agencies.

Old habits in a new media age

Written by Tom Berry on Friday, 25 July 2014.

When the movable type printing press was brought to Western Europe in the 15th Century, you can imagine that the monks were a little put out. For centuries, manuscripts were hand stretched, illuminated and bound by a small group of devout men. The written word was there to praise the glory of God, books were expensive to produce and were only owned by an elite few. For the rest, well, they told stories in the ancient oral tradition. But print was different - it could reach the unwashed masses. With one fell swoop, the monks were out of business and we all started to read, rather than listen.

Iris Capital completes €16.5 million financing for Germany’s Mediakraft Networks

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Friday, 18 July 2014.

Mediakraft Networks, the largest online TV broadcaster in Central Europe, achieved a significant milestone for the webvideo industry in Europe. Never before, has an online TV multichannel network in German and the European Union secured a higher venture f

"This is the next level for the online video industry. We are redefining and revolutionizing video content for online audiences and the new financing will boost our power for customers and partners while cementing our leading position in the market" said Spartacus Olsson, CEO of Mediakraft Networks.

The Digital Revolution is Happening Now

Written by Sarah Platt on Wednesday, 02 April 2014.

With the announcement of BBC3's closure in the same month that Disney paid $500m to buy Maker Studios, it's hard to ignore the continuing seismic shift affecting the media industry today. Programme makers are looking at ways of shaping and bending their stories to pull people into the action through any device, anywhere. They are no longer relying on the TV in the living room, and are focusing on second and third screens nestled in pockets and placed on laps. It's all happening - but is anyone actually making any money from it?

Millennials, Money and Mickey Mouse: Why Disney Spent $950m Acquiring Maker Studios

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Wednesday, 26 March 2014.

Rumours were flying around recently about Disney and a potential acquisition of YouTube multichannel producer, Maker Studios. On Tuesday, those rumours were confirmed. Disney decided to step in to the future by embracing the new digital world of video for $500m, a price that could rise to $950m if Maker reaches certain performance milestones...

David and Goliath Must Dance: Media Industries Ecosystem Dinner

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Tuesday, 04 March 2014.

During 2014, entrepreneurcountry Global is hosting a series of dinners with one goal in mind: To enable Davids and Goliaths to ‘dance.’ Each is based around an ecosystem – transportation, media, retail and so on – and sees the leaders of corporates and digital enablers meet to network and share ideas, encouraging collaboration rather than competition. 

Disrupting Media & Entertainment - The New Intermediaries

Written by Mark Holden on Friday, 24 January 2014.

To say that we’ve seen new digital platforms disrupt the media and entertainment sectors over the last decade would be a big understatement. Delivery of digital content is significantly changing news publishing models of distribution and monetisation, where national and multinational online audiences have the potential to dwarf those of printed publications.

The Smartphone is Dead - Long Live the Smartphone!

Written by Gary Calcott on Tuesday, 21 January 2014.

There's no doubt that in the highly cynical yet hugely excitable world of business-enabled IT, we've seen a new kid on the block in the last year or so. If the flow of enthusiasm that greeted the idea of so-called 'wearable technology' started out as a trickle, there's no doubt that by now it's turned into a formidable flood.

Fantoo Raises Seed Round on EC Crowdcube

on Friday, 10 January 2014.

EntrepreneurCountry Global are happy to announce that UK-based startup Fantoo has successfully secured £530k investment from 159 investors, making it the latest business to have raised funding on the entrepreneurcountry Crowdcube platform.
The artificial-intelligence email messaging startup led by CEO and founder Jordan Fantaay, which lays claim to being “the future of email”.

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