Computer kits designed to unleash creativity
Kano is the company behind the computer anyone can make, with simple steps, playful projects, and creative tools for people who want to make technology, not just use it. Kano launched in 2013 and developed with the help of hundreds of young people, artists, and teachers worldwide.
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After the banking crisis of 2008, Anne Boden saw the opportunities offered by new technologies as the key to redefine the relationship between banks and their customers. At 50, she set out to build the bank of the future. Today, her mobile-only Starling Bank serves customers all over the UK thanks to Amazon Web Services.
Henry and Tracey left the corporate life behind when they moved to the coast of Dorset. In e-commerce, they found the key to a more balanced lifestyle, and a source of strength during a difficult time.
Journalist and football aficionado Martin Smith has found self-publishing to be an opportunity to raise awareness on cystic fibrosis, a condition that has affected him since childhood. It turned out to be the start of a new, unexpected chapter in his life.
Sugru is a mouldable glue that sets by turning into a strong and flexible rubber. Invented by entrepreneur Jane Ni Dhulchaointigh, the innovative material enables the London-based startup to “foster a culture of fixing.”
Amazon Video Direct helps content creators and visual storytellers reach millions of Amazon customers.
Successful lawyer or best-selling author? Mark Dawson’s choice.