Nathalie Cuffy visits a factory in China to make sure that her chef-wear products are being made to her specifications.
Both Nathalie and Arran set up their pop-up shops to try and test the market for their unique products.
Gareth Mann, CEO of Trading.co.uk, talks about how the app will monitor the U.S. President's Twitter feed to alert users on potential stock outlooks.
SentinelOne CEO Tomer Weingarten told CNBC he hopes the company could start preparations to go public in two years.
Robert Read, CEO of MedAdvisor, talks about how his startup develops technology that make ordering and managing prescription medication more efficient.
Kent Ho, co-founder of Spectrum 28, discusses how the VC firm is focused on startups in the fintech, construction tech and genomics spaces.
Five beauty tech start-ups have been selected for an accelerator backed by cosmetics giant L'Oréal, it was announced Monday.
Stephen Davies, CEO at Javelin WM, talks about how the company's newly-launched private equity fund works with Startup-O to invest in start-ups.
The fund, backed by China's cabinet, is designed to help turn China into a major player in internet technology.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is one of several technology executives that's part of Trump's Strategic and Policy forum.
A startup in Singapore is betting on the future of biometric mobile payments.
Liz Wessel, CEO at WayUp, talks about how her platform streamlines the job search process for early career professionals.
When it comes to innovation, Dassault Systemes CEO, Bernard Charlès says there’s more in Europe than what society thinks.
Lyndon Fung, partner at KPMG China, says that companies are most interested in developing artificial intelligence and self-driving vehicles.
"It's going to be a crazy ride, buckle up everybody," entrepreneur and technology investor Jason Calacanis said.
What if we could finally end the madness that is traffic? The co-founders of Lyft have an idea.
Startups like Pangea196 and Nomad List make it easier for millennials to work out of office all the time.
Umi Kitchen, helmed by the daughter of the Shake Shack founder, is rethinking.
Joe Schoendorf, a VC at Accel, said getting rid of EU regulation could help the country's start-up sector grow bigger.
James Giancotti, CEO of ODDUP, talks about how his company assesses the success rate of startups.