We bring together a wide spread of talent to make your mind race and synaptic neurone positively glow with excitement. You won’t want to miss the hard-earned lessons from some pretty amazing people in the software industry.
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Tom is the CEO/Founder of Metail, the body shape and garment fit visualisation company. He spends his spare time skiing and watching films but not concurrently.
Laura Roeder founded MeetEdgar, a social media automation tool, in 2014, while pregnant. Bootstrapped and profitable from the outset, MeetEdgar has grown and now counts a remote workforce of 28 people.
Nilan Peiris is VP Growth at TransferWise, a new kind of financial company for people and businesses that travel, live and work internationally.
Wade Foster is the CEO and co-founder of Zapier, a workflow automation tool used by over 1.5 million people to connect the work apps they use every day.
Bruce is a serial entrepreneur who has led product teams at NetProspex, ATG, Oracle and D&B. He is a prolific writer, organizer, and sought-after speaker at product management, agile, UX, and innovation events around the worl
Bill Janeway has lived a double life of ‘theorist-practitioner’, according to economist Hyman Minsky. As ‘practitioner’, Bill’s been an active investor across five decades.
Alison Coward is founder of consulting and facilitation agency Bracket, helping teams in the creative and technology sector to collaborate better and improve their performance.
UX Specialist Jane Austin is Director of Design and User Experience at MOO, the fastest growing print business in the world.
Tim Barker is CEO of DataSift, a Human Data Intelligence Platform that partners with the world’s biggest social/news network to apply Analytics and Artificial Intelligence to help companies understand the world beyond their own business.
Tendayi is an academic, (teaching Organizational Psychology, Entrepreneurial Innovation and Research Methods), turned author, storyteller and corporate troublemaker with a PhD in Psychology – and an MBA.
Stephen grew Micromuse (NASDAQ: MUSE) to a $7bn market cap – the most valuable organically grown UK software company to date.
Rioch Edwards-Brown is Founder of So You Wanna Be In TV? a social enterprise set up after her son was shot and stabbed while in school.
A British father, a passion for football and a one-way ticket to Edinburgh explain a lot about why Tom Britton is in Cambridge and not Manhattan Beach California.
Mark is the CEO of a Shoreditch based Scaleup ContactEngine. Operating globally, the company automates customer communication for some of the largest brands in the world including Whirlpool, Centrica, Verizon, Sky, Virgin Media, BT etc.