I’m very inspired by the application of technology rather than the technology itself. For us, we’re looking at a whole range of where they can best help to serve our customers better. So what we were looking at is areas such as machine learning so that we can have real insight into how to better
In the lead up to FinTECHTalents – Generation 2019 – every week we will showcase one of our awesome, inaugural FinTech Stories companies. Yukka Lab is the FinTECHTalents FinTech of the Week This week we bring you – Yukka Lab. Fact-based actionable insights. Augmented language intelligence for the financial branch! Fintech from Berlin and Zurich.
This International Women’s Day we decided to highlight some of our awesome Steering Committee members. We wanted to find out what they thought of robots, hear about some of the great projects they are working on as well as see whether the dreams they had as little girls match the professional lives they live today.
“Our biggest startup lesson is finding early adopters that want to work as partners and really embedding that relationship and treating it like a partnership,” according to Pam Bateson, CEO of Thrive Partners. Speaking at FinTECHTalents 2018, Thrive Partners provides on demand mentoring and coaching services for individuals and businesses. “Our belief that conversations for
In the lead up to FinTECHTalents – Generation 2019 – every week we will showcase one of our awesome, inaugural FinTech Stories companies. Jaroona is the FinTECHTalents FinTech of the Week This week we bring you – Jaroona. The JSN (Jaroona Security Node) is a revolutionary new blockchain node that acts as an automated, distributed
“If we want products and services that are fit for purpose we need a massively diverse workforce and diverse teams to bring all of that knowledge and experience together,” says Dr. Sue Black OBE, Professor of Computer Science and Technology Evangelist at Durham University, and all around tech icon. Speaking to Hot Topics at FinTECHTalents
This week a Facebook memory popped up at me. Five years ago, I was at Mobile World Congress – that annual mobile bun fight extravaganza in sunny Barcelona. I was due to interview a client of the company I was working with. He was older, a bit paunchy and American (hey, so am I). Before
“Don’t worry, I won’t hold your age against you.” This was said to me almost two years ago in the London office of a global bank for an internal comms role. I was 45 years old. <== Huh? It is quite some time before I qualify for a bus pass in the UK and I
“I think organizations need to rethink how they source the pipeline,” says Claudia Coppenolle, Director in GTB’s Chief Digital Office at Deutsche Bank. Speaking to Hot Topics at FinTECHTalents 2018, Coppenolle advises that organisations of all sizes need to rethink, not only how they fill technology roles, but how they source those roles with a
Thursday 14 February 2019 by Liz Lumley
Olympic parks have had a chequered history throughout the modern games. Many have been left to rot, some have almost bankrupted their host nations, while others are built on, enhanced and expanded. I am working from a co-working space, housed within the former Press Centre of the 2012 London Summer Games as I type. The