How will UK tech start-ups fare post-Brexit and can the country still become a European equivalent of Silicon Valley? Georgie Frost meets Gordon & Eden- a leading specialist in recruiting digital and technology executives and part of the Leap 100 list of fastest growing companies.
London has recently been crowned joint fintech capital of the world alongside Singapore maintaining its lead in the sector. The news comes as London hosts a treasury backed international conference this week aiming to showcase what it has to offer and attract investors. Speaking to share Radio's Tom Hill founder of London Fintech Week and Blockchain Conference, Luis Carranza, explains why the city is so important.
Recently Deloitte published its Digital Predictions for 2017 focusing on the biggest areas set to change for consumer technology including automating braking systems and the growing versatility of smartphones. To talk through the report in more detail Share Radio's Tom Hill spoke to digital lead for consumer and industrial products at Deloitte, Phil Neal.
Shares in the Hertfordshire based tech firm Imagination Technologies have tumbled after Apple announced it would end a deal to use their products. To find out what's behind the move and what it will mean for the companies Share Radio's Joe Aldridge spoke to Oliver Smith, senior reporter for The Memo.
With Article 50 triggered and the Brexit process underway what next for the UK's tech industry? There's been a 10% reduction of skilled tech workers from within the EU relocating to the UK over the last year and even homegrown talent has been moving elsewhere. Share Radio's James Brydges spoke to James Parsons, CEO and founder of resourcing solutions company, the Arrows Group, about the impact of Brexit.
Have you ever thought about investing but been put off thinking it's not for you? One man trying to change our attitudes and bring a whole new generation into investing is Kerim Derhalli, founder of educational app Invstr. Previously we caught up with Kerim whilst launching international investing competition The Student Investing Championships. With the third round kicking off this week Share Radio's Tom Hill was joined by Kerim to find out more about the competition and discuss the latest trends in fintech.
Forget BACS and online banking - the future of paying and transferring money could be as simple as texting. That's the vision of social payment apps, such as Circle, which aim to provide a fast and easy way to move money around. So what exactly are social payments? That's the question Share Radio's Tom Hill put to CEO of Circle Marieke Flament.
If you want to earn a lot of money...you may want to think about a career in tech! Forbes' billionaire list is out for 2017.183 of the list are from the industry - up 23 on the previous year - with 3 of the top 5 being CEOs of tech companies. They have a combined $1 trillion net worth.
To go through the list Georgie Frost was joined by Mary-Ann Russon, Senior Technology Reporter with the International Business Times UK.
This is Future Tech where we look at the latest innovations and gadgets, and discuss all things technology related. This week we talk driverless vehicles. Companies such as Uber and Google are never far from the headlines in the race to market the technology. Recently California approved the road testing of self-driving cars but according to the House of Lord's Science and Technology Committee, who this week published their report into autonomous vehicles, it’s still a long road before they appear on British roads. Share Radio’s Tom Hill brings this report.
Tom Hill, Lord Selborne, Professor Neville Stanton
Each year PwC and the entrepreneur support group - Startupbootcamp - produce a report that looks at what's happening in the world of fintech. With plenty of new developments but uncertainty over the post-Brexit economy what might the future hold for the sector? To find out Share Radio's Joe Aldrigde spoke to Steve Davies, EMEA Fintech Leader at PwC.