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HP and Monocle have teamed up to ask 10 savvy small businesses from around the world what it takes to build a brand and stay ahead. Tune in for inspiring stories and advice on how to choose the right technology to succeed.

Monocle 24: The Tech 10 Monocle

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HP and Monocle have teamed up to ask 10 savvy small businesses from around the world what it takes to build a brand and stay ahead. Tune in for inspiring stories and advice on how to choose the right technology to succeed.

    Firm footing

    Firm footing

    Step out with the German cobbler reviving traditional craftsmanship in Baden-Baden. Headed by Matthias Vickermann and Martin Stoya, this bespoke shoemaker is one of the few of its kind to have survived. The duo rely on high-quality materials and unparalleled customer service to stay on the front foot.

    • 7分
    Working it

    Working it

    This is a Tokyo-based workspace and events firm using technology to improve customer experience. Japanese architects Makoto Tanijiri and Ai Yoshida, the duo behind Suppose Design, rely on digital methods to keep on top of their busy schedule.

    • 3分
    Pun intended

    Pun intended

    Entrepreneur Ivan Pun is reviving the cultural scene of his native Yangon with Pun + Projects. The firm has cooked up some of the tastiest dining spots in Myanmar’s capital and beyond.

    • 6分
    Growing business

    Growing business

    Freddie Blackett and Ed Barrow’s technology-savvy horticultural firm is blossoming in London. Patch is an online garden centre that identifies the best indoor and outdoor plants for each customer using a unique algorithm.

    • 8分
    Rain crowd

    Rain crowd

    FInd out how a remote Norwegian clothing-maker manages to cover a global market. Alexander Helle and T-Michael’s trademark raincoats are designed to keep the rain out, using technically advanced fabrics to push the brand forward.

    • 6分
    Publish or peril

    Publish or peril

    The way we work and digest information may have changed but São Paulo print-lover Samuel Seibel knows the value of a good bookshop. His Livaria Da Villa bookstores have become cultural hubs throughout Brazil.

    • 4分

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