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  • 12th June 2019

    Women in Tech Panel – Home Grown private members club

    The proportion of women working in technology teams has risen only fractionally in the past year, from 21% to 22%, while the percentage of female technology leaders remains the same at just 12%. It’s little surprise that gender diversity within technology continues to be one of the issues which plague the industry, so what better […]

  • 5th October 2018

    Yo FieldHouse, we did it!

    FieldHouse Associates is the Investor Allstars Service Provider of the Year. Service. Provider. Of the year. It’s got a nice ring to it, hasn’t it? In a way, being presented with this award last night shouldn’t have been a surprise. After all, we are fiercely proud of the impact we can, and do, bring to […]

  • 30th July 2018

    Working hard… or hardly working? An incredible weekend away with ICE

    It has to be said, when your boss offers you an all-expenses-paid trip to a private island (Obonjan, if you’re interested) in Croatia for a long weekend of ‘work’, it’s fairly difficult to imagine how any ‘work’ would actually get done. Logistically, I struggled to envisage how we would manage our laptops when perched on […]

  • 1st December 2017

    Thoughts from the departure lounge: day two at #Slush17

    Yesterday’s review of day one at Slush focused on the various ways in which technology has the power to drive fundamental change that makes the world a better, safer, and more sustainable place for all. Now, as I sit in an O’Leary’s Irish bar in Helsinki airport waiting to be assigned a gate for our […]

  • 2nd November 2017

    Doppler Labs and the “hardware is hard” effect

    I like shiny new things. That’s why I’ve spent my spare time over the past couple of days eagerly reading review after review of Apple’s new iPhone X, which officially goes on sale tomorrow, 3 November — though good luck picking one up on launch day if you weren’t on the hair trigger for pre-orders; […]

It is a truth universally acknowledged that the #entrepreneur is the lynch-pin of a #startup, but @CharacterScope CEO Mark Loftus reveals that this might not be the reality in most startup #leadership teams startupsmagazine.co.uk/articl… via @TheStartupsMag #entrepreneurs #business

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