March 2021

Al Kingsley

Al Kingsley is CEO of edtech company NetSupport, and an influential voice on the topics of education and technology in the UK. In this podcast, Al discusses using tech in the right way as teachers and children adapt to the new normal.

Laurel Christensen

Laurel Christensen is Chief Audiology Officer for GN Hearing, and has dedicated her professional life to helping solve the problem of hearing loss. In this podcast, Laurel reveals some of the cutting-edge innovations being applied to hearing aids today.

Rudolf Gordon-Seymour

Rudolf Gordon-Seymour is Head of International Fundraising for Télécoms Sans Frontières, an NGO which sets up emergency communications networks during humanitarian crises. In our interview, Rudolf talks in detail about TSF’s work, along with the challenges and the rewards.

Issue 9

The future of cities is smart. But is it smart enough? We speak to Bentley Systems and others Smart Cities leaders to find out. Elsewhere, we explore Samsung’s sustainability ethos and speak to the UN about the tech behind its refugees relief effort.

Nick Earle

Nick Earle, CEO of IoT connectivity specialist Eseye, has enjoyed a nomadic career in technology. He’s led transformation projects at $50 billion corporations, he’s worked in startups and, as he reveals in this podcast, he once had the chance to quiz Jeff Bezos on the future of Amazon.

Innovating cancer research in the cloud

Developed in collaboration with AWS, Cancer Research UK’s new cloud-based platform is having a game-changing effect on matching patients to the most effective potential treatments.

Series Two: Anders Bergtoft

Anders Bergtoft is CEO of Charge Amps. In this podcast, Anders charts the EV revolution and discusses the hurdles still to overcome.

March 2021

Al Kingsley

Al Kingsley is CEO of edtech company NetSupport, and an influential voice on the topics of education and technology in the UK. In this podcast, Al discusses using tech in the right way as teachers and children adapt to the new normal.

Laurel Christensen

Laurel Christensen is Chief Audiology Officer for GN Hearing, and has dedicated her professional life to helping solve the problem of hearing loss. In this podcast, Laurel reveals some of the cutting-edge innovations being applied to hearing aids today.

Rudolf Gordon-Seymour

Rudolf Gordon-Seymour is Head of International Fundraising for Télécoms Sans Frontières, an NGO which sets up emergency communications networks during humanitarian crises. In our interview, Rudolf talks in detail about TSF’s work, along with the challenges and the rewards.

Issue 9

The future of cities is smart. But is it smart enough? We speak to Bentley Systems and others Smart Cities leaders to find out. Elsewhere, we explore Samsung’s sustainability ethos and speak to the UN about the tech behind its refugees relief effort.

Nick Earle

Nick Earle, CEO of IoT connectivity specialist Eseye, has enjoyed a nomadic career in technology. He’s led transformation projects at $50 billion corporations, he’s worked in startups and, as he reveals in this podcast, he once had the chance to quiz Jeff Bezos on the future of Amazon.

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