“It’s important to spend time as a young person talking to older people.” Not words you hear every day in the fintech space. However, Olivia Minnock believes the sector “Can be quite an ageist environment and very focused on young people. This often ignores those more experienced in financial services, which can be at the […]
Gina Clarke always knew she was going to be a journalist: “It was probably the only thing I was certain about.” Within two months of embarking on a journalism degree, she was freelancing for the BBC. But that was only the start. During her time at the University of Lincoln, she took on a dizzying […]
Not every working parent of four chooses to run a community promoting diversity and inclusion in their “spare time”. But Gemma Young is undaunted by the challenge.
Tomato growing has been touted as an ideal hobby to take up amid Covid-19 restrictions.
Ray Blake is an authority on creating personal organisers. He teaches people how to make diaries by cutting their own leather and fashioning their own paper inserts.
As Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, Megan Bingham-Walker advised the UK government on energy policy.
A laser-focused, team-based approach is key for Pankaj Verma, Chief Technical Officer at online business account provider Statrys.
Having dropped the kids off at school, Julian Wells is speed walking the three miles into the Leeds headquarters of strategy firm Whitecap Consulting.
Persuading kids to eat their vegetables can prove challenging. But that’s nothing compared with getting developers to push through the pain barrier and write code that addresses data privacy regulations.
It’s not often you hear the words “ice cream” and “direct debit” in the same sentence. While one conjures up images of idyllic summer holidays …
Never get a tattoo!” Like many parents, Kimberley Cole had made it clear that this form of body art was off limits.
When Maliha Khan submitted her MBA thesis back in 2003, little did she know that her prediction about the spread of mobile technologies would prove so prescient.
Running Austin Voice Of Product, co-organising one of Austin’s largest product meetups, speaking at events, and mentoring startups sounds like quite a commitment on top of a day job.
It’s 9.30 a.m. on a Tuesday, and Genevieve Leveille has been on a call since 6.30 a.m. She’s off to Lagos tomorrow on a 30-hour journey that includes a nine-hour layover at Schiphol Airport.