The back-catalogue

Every single episode, ever.

The back-catalogue

All of our podcasts, all in one place and ordered by the interviewee's first name.  Interviews with exciting, innovative, engaging tech leaders – what’s not to love!

 Dr Wei Cui

Dr Wei Cui

Co-founder, Squirrel AI
We’re talking about EdTech and the Chinese tech scene today with Squirrel AI co-founder Dr Wei Cui. They have created a personalised teaching system using data, designed to augment the role of the teacher in the classroom. The tech provides obvious benefits, but are uses of data collected by tech businesses transparent and fair? Dr Cui puts forward a compelling case for the application of data-driven insight into the world of education!
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Aaron Goldman

Aaron Goldman

CMO, Mediaocean
Aaron Goldman is CMO of Mediaocean, the mission-critical platform for omnichannel advertising. Aaron talks to us about merging two businesses during a pandemic, bringing two cultures together and the importance of relationships.
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Aaron Whitehead

Aaron Whitehead

MD Europe, Vouchr
Aaron joins the podcast to talk about how Vouchr are making payments social; the problem that money transfer companies have is that the process is boring! There is desire for users to improve the experience, and personalise it, backed up by 90% of Venmo transactions having an accompanying emoji.
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Abbas and Rami

Abbas and Rami

Co-Founders of YouMakr
YouMakr are an invention platform bringing together creatives and giving them access to resources to get inventive ideas off the ground. Abbas and Rami share their start up story and the path that's led them to this exciting launch, via London, New York, Sweden and China!
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Adam Hale

Adam Hale

EVP at Sage People
Adam Hale is EVP of Sage People, formerly Fairsail. He had been CEO prior to their acquisition by Sage growing the business from 15 to 135 members of staff. Here we discuss how you grow a business, how culture changes through that process, and how we can address the skills shortage in the UK.
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Ade McCormack

Ade McCormack

Founder, of the Digital Readiness Institute
Ade joins the podcast to talk about the changing role of the CIO; the relationships that need to be nurtured and the value a CIO offers to a modern business. How do you ensure the CEO trusts that 'toys' are not just folly, that the CFO buys into you, and that you develop the skills to remain relevant?
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Adele Andersen

Adele Andersen

Founder, Imaginactive
Adele is the founder of Imaginactive and the creator of the Apocalypse Survival Training app. Today we’re talking about adding narrative to fitness and making it accessible to a broader audience. Can storytelling help you shift a few extra pounds?
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Alan Edwards

Alan Edwards

Founder, Clipkick
On this episode of Tech Talks we’re talking to Clipkick founder Alan Edwards, who adds an international flavour to the podcast! Alan is a serial entrepreneur now building a social media application for sharing or watching any video you find on the web. We also have a chat about regulation and the fine handed to Alphabet; Finally we have a listener of the week, Hishem Azzouz, who runs his own podcast! He’s our first competitor in a new competition!
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Alastair Brown

Alastair Brown

London Chair at Byte Night
Today we're talking about the good work a community can do when it comes together. For over 20 years the technology community has supported Byte Night. Working with Action for Children, Byte Night raises money to support homeless young people. We talk to the London Chair Alastair, who shares his own person story and the stories of some of the individuals this event has supported over time.
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Albert Azis-Clauson & Jack Williams

Albert Azis-Clauson & Jack Williams

Cofounders, UnderPinned
UnderPinned is a platform that offers a "virtual office", a one stop worktech solution for the freelance community. On today's show we talk about Albert and Jack's journey, and the need to raise money as a startup. If (after listening) you feel it's a business worth supporting, please do! www.crowdcube.com/companies/underp…d/pitches/Z5nv3b
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Alex Hatvany

Alex Hatvany

Co-founder, Atom Learning
Alex is our New Year's Eve guest as we talk about education. Tony Blair was emphasising education in the mid-90s, and now on the brink of the 20s it feels like we're on the edge of real change. It's only taken 25 years for tech to unlock new opportunities! Have a listen and find out how they're helping 8-12 year olds with Atom, an AI-powered platform.
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Alex Kozloff

Alex Kozloff

Director of Marketing and Engagement at Lab UK
Alex Kozloff is Director of Marketing and Comms at IAB UK giving her a deep understanding of digital advertise is changing business across a range of sectors. As a member of the Drum Mobile Top 50 and Drum’s Top Women Under 30 in Digital she is a the fore-front of the new digital economy
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Alex Potter

Alex Potter

Venture Creation at The Bakery Creation
Alex is a "Venture Creation" professional at The Bakery. His role is to help mentor and scaleup start-ups, finding businesses that need help coming to market and then finding corporate partners that can help make that happen. The breadth of his role gives him a great understanding of the start-up scene here in the UK, and how it is being funded.
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Alex Price

Alex Price

Founder, 93digital
Alex freelanced as a developer at school, found Wordpress, and has built 93digital as a consequence whilst at university. This podcast interview centres on his view of changes needed in education and the role of passion and purpose as a founder.
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Alex Sullivan

Alex Sullivan

Founder & CEO
Ems will help you find a new home by getting to know you. Alex Sullivan is building a business and a product with clear purpose behind it! Have a listen to his story on this weeks show, and gain his insight into funding and culture.
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Alexander Young

Alexander Young

CEO, Virti
Alex Young is CEO of e-learning tech offering Virti. As an ex-surgeon Alex has experience of training for the healthcare sector, and is trying to give all students and professionals better access to insight, as well help the healthcare sector improve it's ability to flex when needed.
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Alexandra Birtles

Alexandra Birtles

Head of Loyalty Strategy at Talk Talk
Alex is Head of Loyalty Strategy at TalkTalk and is accountable for end to end customer loyalty and churn. A big part of her role is using technology and data to ensure that TalkTalk's customers get the best possible experience and are aware of services that are relevant. She also is a trustee of the Young Women's Trust and talks openly about how diversity can be addressed.
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Alexandra Depledge

Alexandra Depledge

Chair at Coadec
Alexandra Depledge, MBE, is a successful entrepreneur and founder of BuildPath.com and Hassle.com. She has a wealth of experience running digital businesses and now chairs The Coalition for a Digital Economy (Coadec). In this podcast we discuss challenges facing the whole digital industry and how well understood they are by government. We also touch on education, and how we can best prepare the economy to meet the demands of our sector.
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Ali Parsa

Ali Parsa

CEO and Founder Babylon Health
Ali is at the forefront of tech disruption in healthcare. Launched in Feb 2015 the service covers 350,000 people. Apple recognised babylon as one of its best apps of the year in 2015. Previously Ali has founded Circle and worked at Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse and has vast experience across the sector.
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Ali-Reza Moschtaghi

Ali-Reza Moschtaghi

Group Chief Enterprise Architect, Nando's
Today's guest is Ali-Reza, the Group Chief Enterprise Architect at Nando's. We talk about the strategy and working towards a target architecture in a fragmented, federal business. Ali-Reza describes the glue that sticks the organisation together and what work they're up to in Africa to help local farmers.
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Alla Babkina

Alla Babkina

Head of Engineering, Headstart
Alla joins the podcast to talk about the way that Headstart is tackling bias in the hiring process. They are working with clients to use data to add explainability to decision making. Talent is a key part of business strategy, and gut-feeling is not an adequate approach!
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Amber Coster

Amber Coster

Founder, Balpro
Amber talks about her struggles with mental health, what triggered a breakdown and how she's used it as an inspiration to launch a business helping growth that doesn't cause human collateral.
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Amir Hashmi

Amir Hashmi

CEO, zsah
Amir Hashmi is a technology expert with more than 20 years’ experience working in companies like BP, Bertelsmann, Merck and Deutsche Bank. He founded zsah, an award-winning cloud and managed technology services company headquartered in London (but with a global reach). Today's show focused on his view of the market, and how it's now changing... and what opportunities there are for some of the businesses we've got to know during lockdown!
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Amy Adams

Amy Adams

VP Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Tech, Cummins Inc.
Amy joins the podcast to talk us through changes in the private industry that are pushing sustainable energy into wider usage. She explains how more open perspectives on use cases, and collaboration between energy, tech and transport companies, are helping us find a route to a greener future.
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Amy Harms

Amy Harms

Head of Site Reliability Engineering at World Remit
Amy's career didn't start in technology, but she quickly made a real impact at organisations such as Islington Council and Skype. Now at World Remit she's a leading voice in FinTech, keen to explore where talent can help the tech sector and passionate about new tech.
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Anas Nader

Anas Nader

CEO, Patchwork
We’re talking to Dr Anas Nader, co-founder and CEO of Patchwork, a product to help enable medical staff to have flexible, portfolio careers. In the course of the chat Anas describes how he needs a change of gear at the weekends, and why he feels doctors building tech have the empathy factor!
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Andrea Picchi

Andrea Picchi

Lead Exsperiance Designer at Sony Mobile
Andrea is the Lead Experience Designer at Sony Mobile. During the podcast he describes how he is implementing artificial intelligence across the Xperia ecosystem. It’s great insight into how AI can be used in a very relevant way to improve a customer’s experience.
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Andrew Davies

Andrew Davies

VP, Global Market Strategy, Financial Crime Risk Management, Fiserv
Andrew is VP, Global Market Strategy, Financial Crime Risk Management, at Fiserv. Working out of New York he helps customers deploy tech to mitigate against the risks of financial crime. We discuss the hidden human cost attached, and why the pandemic is causing a perfect storm that criminals are exploiting.
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Andrew Yeoman

Andrew Yeoman

CEO at Concirrus
Andrew is a thought leader in the Internet of Things and has had a long career in telematics with experience of fast-growth businesses. He is passionate about of the Internet of Things can transform business and give companies a cutting edge.
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Andy Eva-Dale

Andy Eva-Dale

Technical Director, Tangent
Andy is the Technical Director of Tangent. Andy is a self-confessed geek and during the podcast he discusses some of the more brilliant, imaginative, and perhaps concerning uses of technology to engage with consumers. In addition we ask how businesses do start that process? What problems do they approach a digital agency with?
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