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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 […]

  • 11th June 2019

    Interactive Cyber Breach Workshop – London Tech Week

    London Tech Week is officially underway, and the UK tech scene is taking centre stage to showcase the city as a leading innovation hub. Whilst the UK is fast becoming a leader in technology, the biggest discussions this week will involve 5G and its security implications. As our world continues to be shaped by digital, […]

  • 26th March 2019

    Apple’s services story: cause for optimism, but some things don’t quite add up

    Apple made its long-trailed “pivot to services” at its Spring keynote yesterday. As ever with the fruity firm, it was a confident pitch, and there can be little doubt that a solid foundation has been laid for Apple to remain ludicrously prosperous in its new, less hardware-centric guise. But with elements of the offering seeming […]

  • 27th September 2018

    Five things we learnt at Blockchain Live 2018

    FieldHouse’s home is in the high-growth business ecosystem, which by and large means technology, innovation, and finance. It’s no surprise then, that blockchain is becoming an increasingly important topic for us, as it sits at the intersection where all of those specialisms meet. Not only are we working with a number of dedicated blockchain startups […]

  • 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 […]

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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