The latest websites that have caught our attention...


We’ve just discovered this site and we’re more than a little impressed. After signing a deal to partner with Samsung, the simple business model offers viewers access to hit TV shows, films and pilots from around the world, marrying this with an invitation only business to business model for distributors. The USP? That one side feeds the other; i.e when viewers rate the shows this then informs the B2B platform. With entire series on offer and an eighty percent return rate, it’s no surprise they're making noises in all the right places.


This week it’s Disrupt London... The iconic conference as organised by Techcrunch is the place to be for anyone involved in the tech world. Fourteen new companies slogging it out in the Startup Battlefield, gaming, coding, hacking, whatever has its hand in the tech pie will be covered. Tickets are now sold out but for those of you who are intent on catching up virally, head straight to the Techcrunch website. Speakers at previous Disrupts (last year’s was hosted in Berlin) have included Mark Zuckerberg (naturally) and Marissa Mayer. Watch the live stream here.


Kelly Eastwood, the girl behind blog The London Chatter, has just revamped her website and doesn't it look lovely? Originally launched in 2011, the site has featured in magazines such as Marie Claire, Tatler, Grazia and Harper Bazaar, to name but a few and we're adding our approval to the list. Kelly covers a wide range of subjects, from fashion to parties, lifestyle, beauty, travel, food and everything in between. Subscribe here.


Since its inception in 1999, The Affordable Art Fair has become something of a global phenomenon with fairs in London, Bristol, New York, Amsterdam, Brussels, Milan, Singapore, Sydney and Melbourne. This year the fair celebrates its 15th birthday and it takes place in Battersea Park from 23th - 26th October, hosting 112 galleries come from all over the UK and abroad, exhibiting both traditional and contemporary paintings, prints, sculpture and photography, priced between £100 and £5,000 (read our interviews with founder Will Ramsay here, here and here). All the artists exhibiting are different from the previous fair and a list of exhibitors can be found online.

The Affordable Art Fair website has all sorts of useful tips and advice to help you start your art collection.


Poppy Cross, a health, fitness and lifestyle journalist is also a qualified NLP master practitioner from Global NLP and her works have been published by The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Telegraph, The Times and The Evening Standard. Her mission is to help others achieve a happy and healthy version of themselves, especially in a city like London, where it's hard to find the time to exercise. The site covers health, fitness, beauty, travel and food with plenty of tips and suggestions, read her latest post on the Good Web Guide here.

October 2014