As event topics go, the 2023 theme of RSA – “stronger together” – really couldn’t have fit Plexal any better, so inevitably we were like a moth to a flame when it came to securing our place. And, true to the focus of this year’s San Francisco conference, we had no intention of flying solo. […]
Opening the Global Gateway: UK startups receive soft landing pad in US
Plexal recently met with Maryland Governor Wes Moore in London during his first international trade mission in April, committing to be a part of the US state’s exciting new Maryland Global Gateway Soft Landing Program. We’ve joined the Global Gateway as the seventh official international exchange partner and the first in the UK. As part […]
Keir Starmer at Plexal as community unites for Stephen Lawrence Day
Today, Saturday 22nd April, is Stephen Lawrence Day. And this year’s date marks 30 years since Stephen Lawrence was murdered in a racially aggravated attack. In the three decades since Stephen was taken, his mother Baroness Doreen Lawrence has devoted her life to sharing his story and fighting the system that led to those responsible […]
Imagine, explore and share – turn your ideas into positive community impact
Are you a community-minded citizen or SME? Full of ideas? Keen on solving challenges? We’ve got just the opportunity to bring your thoughts to life and positively impact our planet in the process. As part of our North Yorkshire Cyber Security Network, we’re delivering hands-on support throughout March with a series of moments for people to […]
Meet Wagonex: the Plexal member that’s hoping to be the Netflix of cars
gonex is a startup that believes the future of cars is shared. And just like Netflix has made the idea of buying a DVD for life obsolete,
“I care about the future because it’s where I’m going to live”: meet Siobhan McVeigh, Plexal’s sci-fi writer in residence
Sci-fi writer Siobhan has had her work performed at Toynbee Studios, a theatre in Spitalfields, and published by Elsewhen Press in its anthology Existence is Elsewhen.
BuffaloGrid’s Hub celebrated by the Design Museum
For many people in some of the poorest parts of the world, the mobile phone has been a game-changer, allowing them to buy and sell goods and take part in the global marketplace.