Conversations with the tech entrepreneurs shaping our digital, connected world
Tales from the Tech Corridor features conversations with tech pioneers, entrepreneurs, and founders – predominantly, but not exclusively from the UK’s tech corridor – talking about their inspiration, their latest projects, and their vision for the future.
Episode 5: The Wartime CEO
Legal Nodes have created a lawyer-at-hand service that is centered around a roadmap for startups. They do this by standardizing legal services into clear legal products that can be connected online and by building an extensive network of legal professionals worldwide. This means their services go beyond dealing with just the immediate legal priorities; they look forward to the future to help predict costs and mitigate risks and hurdles too.
Episode 4: Live from The Curious Lounge
The Curious Lounge is a space in Reading town centre for people to meet, listen and learn. It opened in November 2019, three months before the pandemic struck, and immediately had to pivot online. Now it has re-opened as a community workspace and training centre, co-founder and chief mischief maker Louize Clarke tells Joanna Goodman how The Curious Lounge team – and Bernard the (girl) dog – are bringing the creative magic of community back to Reading, with digital skills and sales training that helps young people find their superpowers and get jobs, and opens the eyes of local companies to the diverse talent on their doorstep.
Episode 3: Cutting through the noise to the need-to-know
Signal AI uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to connect the dots between multiple data sources, helping organisations cut through the noise and uncover information that they need. CEO and co-founder David Benigson joins Joanna Goodman to share his entrepreneur's journey from a start-up in his parents’ garage to an international company with over 600 global clients. He outlines some of Signal AI’s high-profile work around G7 governments’ Covid-19 response, and President Biden’s first 100 days in office.
Episode 2: From lawyer to tech founder and staying true to yourself
The exponential growth in online data and services has made data management an essential requirement for many businesses. Redstor was launched 23 years ago and has evolved into an AI-powered smart data management platform. Reading entrepreneur CEO and co-founder Paul Evans guides Joanna Goodman through his journey from lawyer to tech founder with detours into opera singing and Silicon Valley tech.
Episode 1: The internet of everywhere! (with Wireless Logic CEO Oliver Tucker)
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