courier

courier is a bimonthly magazine which reports on new businesses and global shifts in business with startup culture at its heart. it features profiles, in-depth features about trends and advice on how to grow a business.

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#22

issue 22 of Courier blends its usual round-up of business trends, news, infographics and statistics with a bundle of longer features and case studies. this time, they take a look at the consumer market for flowers in the UK; an excellent look at start ups’ journeys to get their product onto supermarket shelves; and an interview with health experts on how technology is changing the NHS as well the privacy concerns that go with that. also in the issue: e-commerce in Mongolia; pregnancy tech wearables; squatting, and in-flight economics.
// from the issue: the new food and drink upstarts //
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#21

issue #21 – female founders captures what diversity in business looks like today. in the issue there’s a look at the female founders of new start ups, including a new female professional network, coding school and event series for women looking to start a business. elsewhere in the issue there’s the lowdown on a new publishing model; an appraisal of whether Spotify is on a collision with music labels; a trip to Marrakech to visit their craft and design scene; and a whole host of graphs and statistics on trends in business today.
// from the magazine – special report: female founders //

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#20

issue #20 – “who’s shaping the year ahead?” looks to the companies and sectors that will have a big impact in 2018. from digital doctors to streetwear brands, instagram influencers to voice apps, courier explores 15 areas where startups are seriously making their mark. they also profile enigmatic citymapper founder azmat yusuf, discuss the future of cars in the city, and take a trip to cape town. also: mowgli, the liverpudlian indian restaurant chain with national ambitions; revolut, how the fintech firm is doubling the size of its workforce in months; and papersmiths, a stationery store learning how to negotiate with landlords.

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