Growing your startup in the North: London isn’t the only place you can grow a startup. Many people are finding a better life and building great businesses across the North of England.
What’s it like to start up or grow a tech company in a city like Manchester or Newcastle? Martin explains.
Martin Bryant is Community Editor at Tech North, where he tells the story of technology in the North of England. He uncovers world-class companies, people and initiatives that often fly under the radar of major tech publications. Martin was previously Editor-at-Large at The Next Web and is a regular fixture on technology conference stages in Europe and the USA.
Tiana Portugal, Head of Acquisition Marketing at Tide talks about how to approach your customer acquisition strategy. From strategy to execution, how your start-up can be successful in acquiring customers and scaling marketing investment as you grow.
This talk was part of our Fintech focused meetup. Tide is a business current account with tools that save you time and money
Sam Barton, CTO of Smart Pension talks about how they took on the established players in the pension world.
This talk was part of our Fintech focused meetup. Smart Pension helps companies comply with the new UK pension laws and get their employees onto a pension scheme. Quite uniquely in the pensions space, they bring a modern platform, technical integrations with other platforms, and APIs
Charlie Taylor, Growth Lead at Curve, share lessons on growth, what he has learned from year 1 in team of 1, looking for 10x. He talks about what’s worked, what’s not worked, and what Curve is still hoping will work.
This talk was part of our Fintech focused meetup. Curve combines your bank cards into 1 card and lets you see every transaction in real-time across all your bank cards on one simple screen.
Jon Quinton from Overdrive Digital runs us through how to get started with Linkedin advertising for startups
On the surface, LinkedIn’s advertising platform appears extremely limited when compared to the likes of Facebook and Twitter. However, the string in LinkedIn’s bow is the ability to target B2B audiences at an incredibly granular level