Detected named among UK's most innovative companies

Jan 10, 2024
Jan 20, 2024
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Ben Ainslie

10th January 2024. Detected has been named one of the top 100 startups in the UK! 

The UK’s longest running index of disruptive new startups, the Startups 100, has released its 2024 lineup.

Run by the UK’s most established website for entrepreneurs,, the Startups 100 offers a showcase of new businesses that demonstrate innovation, solid financials, opportunity in their market, a great concept, and a strong customer base or following. The list has previously identified brands including Monzo, Deliveroo and HelloFresh.

Now in its 16th year, the Startups 100 is the definitive list of the most promising new UK businesses. The Startups team of new business experts judge all our top 100 entrants in collaboration with specialist industry consultants. They also work with distinguished entrepreneurs as guest judges to decide the Startups 100 category award winners.

CEO of Detected, Liam Chennells, reacted to the news of Detected featuring in the list: It’s great to see Detected ranking highly amongst other innovative companies. Day in day out the team works incredibly hard to redefine business onboarding, something which hasn’t changed for many years.
Managing Editor of, Richard Parris, comments: “The ingenuity and innovation of the brands featuring in our annual Startups 100 index never ceases to amaze, and this year is no exception. Despite the crises of the past couple of years, we’ve seen some incredible businesses from every corner of the UK in our rankings. They may be tackling different challenges to one another, but there’s a shared mood of opportunity and an optimism for the year ahead that’s invigorating to see as we begin 2024.”

Click here to see Detected’s entry and the other companies that made the Startups 100.

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