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Articles tagged with: case studies


Written by Adam Baldwin on Tuesday, 24 September 2013.

Monitise plc (LSE: MONI.L) is the global trusted enabler in Mobile Money solutions, with proven technology and expertise to enable financial institutions and other service providers to offer a wide range of mobile banking, payments and commerce services to their customers in developed, emerging and hybrid territories.


Written by Adam Baldwin on Tuesday, 24 September 2013.

SoundOut is a web based music technology and data company using crowdsourcing and the wisdom of crowds to predict the market potential and demographic resonance of new music.


Written by Adam Baldwin on Tuesday, 24 September 2013.

Seamless is a great example of Ecosystem Economics™ in action in the financial services sector. Seamless are a global mobile payments company that provides prepaid top-up systems and mobile payment services for mobile operators, distributors, retailers and consumers.

Digital Stores

Written by Adam Baldwin on Friday, 20 September 2013.

Digital Stores is an online retailer and leading supplier of complete end-to-end e-commerce and fulfilment services in the UK. It specialises in running online stores for personality and character brands in the music and entertainment industry.

Lime & Tonic

Written by Adam Baldwin on Friday, 20 September 2013.

Lime & Tonic is a business that used the model of Ecosystem Economics™ in order to disrupt the retail and leisure market. Lime & Tonic provides affluent consumers with access to unique social activities and dining experiences in the world’s most dynamic cities, in the form of a social agenda.

Simply Zesty

Written by Adam Baldwin on Thursday, 19 September 2013.

Simply Zesty is a great example of Ecosystem Economics™ in action through its ability to act as a digital enabler to a large media corporate. An Irish social media agency and the only Irish social media agency listed in the world’s top 100. Its client base of over 100 firms includes blue chip companies such as Sony, Vodafone, Teradata, Volkswagen Group, News International, Kaspersky Labs and From a strong national foundation, Simply Zesty is steadily building its international presence, which now represents 16% of revenues and is growing strongly.

PIE Mapping

Written by Adam Baldwin on Thursday, 19 September 2013.

PIE Mapping (PIE) is a digital enabler to the transport industry, providing expert mapping and journey planning solutions as well as being a leading player in the fast growing $15 billion Intelligent Transportation System (“ITS”) market. They take big data and creates practical solutions to allow for better use of digital transport infrastructures. Their big data play has impacted on traffic, they have worked on the London Olympics and they also work with Tfl and Freight Companies.


Written by Adam Baldwin on Thursday, 19 September 2013.

BeatThatQuote (BTQ) is a great example of 'Ecosystem Economics™' in action in the financial services sector. Through the support of entrepreneurcountry, BTQ succeed as a digital enabler because they understood the vital role they played in their ecosystem, were able to identify and secure natural allies, as well as structure their business model around existing corporate architecture.

Start-Up Series: Scoopshot

Written by Kelly Dolan on Thursday, 04 July 2013.

As part of our Start-Up of the Week series, entrepreneurcountry spoke to Finnish-based company Scoopshot. With a game changing concept, innovative technology and world class business strategy, Scoopshot was founded in April 2010 and provides a photo crowdsourcing service that connects mobile and professional photographers with individuals, international media companies and brands around the world.

Start-Up Series: Made TV

Written by Kelly Dolan on Tuesday, 16 April 2013.

Every week entrepreneurcountry will be profiling one start-up that has hit our radar for their game-changing concept, innovative technology or world class business strategy. We begin with Made TV, the largest holder of local Television licences in the UK who are proving why local is ‘hot’ right now, how they plan to become the UK’s most profitable local TV owner and why they are now looking for investment.