Entradas por David Clare

Mental health: from awareness to action

On World Mental Health Day, we look at Felicity Haslehurst‘s guest blog for PR Academy. Awareness of mental illness is one thing, but what can the PR industry do to take action? Felicity assesses the current wellness landscape and uses personal real-world examples to highlight the challenges ahead. A must-read, below is an excerpt and […]

Top 10 influencers in PropTech #Tech500

The Tyto Tech 500 Power List went live at the end of 2018, and for the first time, we can reveal the 10 most influential people in UK PropTech, as we dive into the data sector-by-sector. The property industry has a history of being slow in embracing the latest technological change. Up until now that is. According to this […]

Top 10 influencers in EdTech #Tech500

The Tyto Tech 500 Power List went live at the end of 2018, and for the first time, we can reveal the 10 most influential people in UK EdTech, as we dive into the data sector-by-sector. In recent years the UK led the way in Europe for EdTech investing, with the next stage being how the government can support these […]

Top 10 influencers in AI #Tech500

The Tyto Tech 500 Power List went live at the end of 2018, and for the first time, we can reveal the 10 most influential people in UK AI sector, as we dive into the data sector-by-sector. 2018 was another big year for AI, whether it is consumer facing chat-bots feeling the norm, open banking apps offering a running […]

Market entry in Europe advice from #Radi8AME

This time last week, we co-hosted an event with Radi8, a consulting and advisory firm that works with tech companies who want to enter new international markets. The event was part of London Tech Week and was for companies in need of advice for market entry in Europe. Our very own Rebecca Donnelly, Head of Corporate, […]

Invest in morality to be a 100-year business

For most businesses, being successful this year, or for the next five years, just isn’t enough. No company aspires to have a good run and then fall apart. And yet, so many companies are giving this strategy a good old go. Ryanair is doing all it can to antagonise both its workforce and its customers. […]