A powerful network of the UK’s leading late-stage
tech companies

What is Future Fifty?

Our programme is designed to support founders and their leadership teams address challenges unique to the most successful tech companies in the country. At this point in the game the stakes are sky high. Tailor made guidance can be the key to unlocking answers when problem-solving is part of the everyday.

We aim to deliver valuable peer-to-peer learning, facilitating an open dialogue between experienced entrepreneurs and founders, with in-depth masterclass sessions run by seasoned coaches, who can help guide you on your way. You’ll be joining the ranks of household names such as Monzo, Bulb, Deliveroo, and Zoopla.

The programme is free to join and we do not take an equity stake in your company.

Are you perfect for our programme?

Your business needs to meet the following criteria to be eligible: 

  • Series B+ funding stage
  • OR If revenue focused generating annual revenues over £5m
  • Achieving 50% year-on-year growth
  • HQ’d in UK

How does the programme work?

We aim to deliver a format that enables you to nurture your leadership skills, and apply those learnings in your workplace straight away. Companies selected to join the Future Fifty programme will benefit from:

Recognition as one of the UK’s most successful digital businesses

Peer-to-peer networks, including intimate C-Suite roundtables

Masterclass workshops led by global experts

Sessions with government key officials and exclusive ministerial roundtables

Access to a dedicated Tech Nation Visa team

Meet the previous Future Fifty cohort

Last year’s cohort represented a diverse mix of powerhouse companies that are a force to be reckoned with in the UK’s tech sector. Together, they deliver value in over 10 different sectors – ranging from edtech all the way to robotics, with a whole host of specialities in between. Click on the logos below to read more about each company.

  • Attest

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    London | Data analytics & business intelligence | @AskAttest

    Great companies put consumers and data at the heart of every decision. Attest makes this possible for every business, continuously, at a global scale. Through their SaaS platform, hundreds of companies can access audiences of over 100 million consumers across 45 countries. They can learn about consumer needs, understand live trends, enter new markets, validate decisions, develop new products and services, measure brands, track competition, and ultimately - grow.


  • Bought By Many

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    London | Insurtech | @boughtbymany

    Bought By Many creates unique, quality pet insurance cover to help pet parents take care of their pet's health. Their mission is to create a better kind of insurance experience for pet owners. Bought By Many uses data and consumer insight to understand pet owners' insurance needs and develops unique policies and services to meet them.


  • Depop

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    London | Ecommerce & Marketplace | @depop

    Depop is the fashion marketplace where the next generation buy, sell and get inspired. They are headquartered in London, with offices in Manchester, New York, Los Angeles and Sydney. Depop is a team of nearly 300 people dedicated to the mission of empowering the next generation to transform fashion.


  • Echo

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    London | Healthtech & Biotech | @echo_pharmacy

    Delivering your NHS prescriptions right to your door, Echo helps over 450,000 NHS patients manage their medicine. Their easy to use system works with your GP to enable simple ordering, prescription fulfilment and free delivery. Users can request prescriptions, track their orders and set reminders to take their medicine, all from their mobile app or website.


  • Global App Testing

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    London | Software Development Tool | @QAOps

    Global App Testing provides best-in-class functional web and app testing for engineering and QA teams at companies such as Facebook, Google, Microsoft and many more. They use a blend of crowd testing and intelligent automation to help release high quality software anywhere in the world.


  • Immersive Labs

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    Bristol | Cybersecurity & surveilance | @immersivelabs

    Immersive Labs is empowering organisations to equip, exercise, and evidence their own human cyber capabilities. With Immersive Labs, organisations can align their human assets with actual cybersecurity risks, battle-test teams against real-world threats and crises, and track and report cyber skills.


  • Liberis

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    London | Fintech | @LiberisGlobal

    Liberis’ mission is to end the SME funding gap via their embedded flexible finance solutions which have so far helped 16,000 SMEs with more than £500m in funding. Their API-powered platform enables acquirers, marketplaces and software providers to quickly and easily embed finance solutions within their existing ecosystems, enabling intuitive and accessible finance experiences for SMEs across the globe.


  • Luminance

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    London | Lawtech | @luminancetech

    Luminance is a market-leading artificial intelligence platform for document review. Using a combination of supervised and unsupervised machine learning to read and form an understanding of legal documentation in any language or jurisdiction, Luminance is able to identify clauses, anomalies and a range of key data points. Luminance vastly expedites and improves insight during document reviews across a wide range of practice areas, from assisting corporate lawyers to helping in-house teams and litigators.


  • Marshmallow

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    London | Insurtech | @getmarshmallow

    Marshmallow is a licensed insurance carrier, powered by technology. They're rebuilding insurance for good and offer their customers cheaper, faster and fairer insurance by utilising the latest technology, data and AI.


  • Monese

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    London | Fintech | @monese

    Everyone should have access to financial services and Monese makes managing your money as simple and accessible as possible. Monese’s mobile app is an alternative to banks, with an account you can open quickly and easily. Their accounts are multi-currency, multilingual and localised.


  • Moneybox

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    London | Fintech | @moneyboxteam

    Moneybox is on a mission to help everyone save and invest for their future. Offering a range of saving and investment products including Stocks & Shares ISAs, savings accounts and pensions, Moneybox enables customers to set money aside in the way that suits them best using round ups, regular deposits or one-off payments, whilst popular tools such as the Time Machine help them keep their savings on track.


  • My Tutor

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    London | Edtech | @MyTutor

    MyTutor offers one-to-one tuition that’s proven to boost teens’ grades and confidence. The tutors are all subject experts, and handpicked from UK universities. Lessons are offered in over 30 subjects from Key Stage 2 through to A Level, and give teens the chance to review tricky topics, fill in learning gaps and be coached in exam technique by tutors with recent exam experience.


  • Peak

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    Manchester | Data analytics & business intelligence | @Peak_HQ

    Peak’s Decision Intelligence software powers great commercial decision making by embedding AI across sales, marketing, planning and supply chains to accelerate revenues and profits. They’re helping their clients unlock the value of their data to start bringing certainty to their decision making, powered by AI. Peak’s customer base includes PrettyLittleThing, KFC, PepsiCo, Marshalls and Speedy Hire.


  • Primary Bid

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    London | Fintech | @primarybid

    PrimaryBid empowers retail investors in the public markets by removing obstacles to their participation in corporate fundraising, enhancing fairness and transparency. Working in partnership with the London Stock Exchange and Euronext, PrimaryBid’s tech enables individuals to join corporate fundraising on equal terms with institutional investors.


  • Pure Planet

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    Bath | Energy | @joinpureplanet

    Britain’s first digital green energy supplier, Pure Planet uses smart technology and a shared community to make being sustainable the easy choice. They are a Which? recommended energy provider 2020, and the first domestic supplier to offer 100% renewable electricity and 100% carbon offset gas.


  • Push Doctor

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    Manchester | Healthtech & Biotech | @PushDoctor

    Empowering people to engage with their health on their terms, Push Doctor works in partnership with NHS practices, PCNs and CCGs across the country. It provides the platform and technology to allow safe and secure video consultations with NHS GPs, empowers patients and clinicians to leverage the benefits of a digital solution, and fully integrates with NHS clinical systems to ensure continuity of patient safety and care.


  • Sorted

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    Manchester | Retail Tech | @SortedOfficial

    Sorted is a global SaaS company, giving retailers full control of delivery management – whether that’s optimising checkout delivery options, enhancing carrier management in the warehouse or providing market-leading post-purchase CX. Sorted’s software is live in 19 countries around the world, and offers access to a carrier library of 1000+ services.


  • Streetbees

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    London | Data analytics & business intelligence | @streetbees

    Streetbees reveals how people behave, and why, by analysing real-life moments collected from its worldwide users. Over 3.5 million users – or ‘bees’ – across 190 countries worldwide use the chat-style Streetbees app to share moments from their daily lives via videos, photos and text. Through applying advanced natural language processing technology to the results, Streetbees uncovers not just what they do, but also why they do it, what drives them – and predicts what they may do next.


  • Tharsus

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    Blyth | Robotics | @Tharsusltd

    Tharsus is a designer and manufacturer of game-changing advanced machine and robotic solutions – Strategic Machines. Its technology tackles steep automation challenges, solves tough business problems, and drives real ‘strategic’ impact for customers, helping them to gain competitive advantage in the automation age. Tharsus has delivered robust and progressive automation solutions for some of the best businesses around the world, including DHL, Ocado, BMW and Small Robot Co.


  • Tide

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    London | Fintech | @TideBusiness

    Tide is a business banking platform on a mission to save small business owners time (and money) on their banking and admin. The Tide business bank account is connected to a number of tools to help small businesses make payments, manage expenses and invoices, and conduct their accounting quickly and easily.


  • Tractable

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    London | Insurtech | @tractable_ai

    Tractable develops artificial intelligence for accident and disaster recovery. Its market-leading AI solutions use photos to automate damage appraisal, allowing insurers to improve accuracy, reduce turnaround time, and deliver a revamped customer claims experience. Tractable has processed hundreds of thousands of auto insurance claims, positively impacting people’s lives across the world.


  • Ultraleap

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    Bristol | Gaming/ Immersive | @ultraleap

    Ultraleap allows people to engage with the digital world naturally. The core technologies are 3D hand tracking that allows you to interact with digital content, and mid-air haptics that use ultrasound to add a sense of touch in mid-air. These technologies enable touchless and hygienic solutions that are applicable to a range of industries, including extended reality (VR & AR), digital signage, kiosks, automotive, industrial automation, consumer electronics and entertainment.


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