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The Tech For Good Podcast
27 minutes | Jul 15, 2021
Series Two: Mary Jesse
Mary Jesse is CEO of MTI. In this podcast, Mary discusses the company's diversity initiatives, how she broke down barriers early in her career, and why diversity is good business.
23 minutes | Jul 8, 2021
Series Two: Fredrika Klarén
Fredrika Klarén is Head of Sustainability for Polestar. In this podcast, Fredrika talks about how Polestar is leveraging blockchain to ensure supply chain traceability, and why she believes tech future-proofs businesses.
23 minutes | Jul 1, 2021
Series Two: Tom Wright
Tom Wright is Head of Digital Engagement for NDL Software. In this podcast, Tom tackles the subject of technology innovation in the public sector, and he makes the case for RPA being a stepping stone to digital success.
15 minutes | Jun 24, 2021
Walking the walk
JPMorgan Chase & Co’s Tech For Social Good team is celebrating 10 years of doing good. We spoke to four of its leading voices to find out how it has positively impacted thousands of nonprofits, as well as empowering its own workforce.
18 minutes | Jun 24, 2021
Series Two: Jamie Burrows
Jamie Burrows is CEO and founder of Vertical Future. In this podcast, Jamie talks about the technology systems behind vertical farming and why current solutions are only "the tip of the iceberg" in this high-potential industry.
18 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
Technology driving blood supply
Wendy Clark, Chief Digital Information Officer, and David Rose, Director of Donor Experience, tell us how digital and technology transformation aims to help NHSBT deliver even more for donors, employees and patients.
26 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
Series Two: Albane Bruyas
Albane Bruyas is COO of Scaleway, the European cloud provider breaking new ground with some of the most advanced energy and water efficiency systems in the industry. In this podcast, Albane tells us why sustainable data centres are "mandatory".
26 minutes | May 13, 2021
Dr. Atanu Chaudhuri
Dr. Atanu Chaudhuri is leading new research into the positive impact 3D printing technologies could have on healthcare systems. In this podcast, Atanu discusses current adoption levels and reveals some of the groundbreaking use cases.
27 minutes | Apr 29, 2021
Tom van Aken
Tom van Aken is CEO of Avantium, a company which has pioneered a plant-based plastic called PEF. In this podcast, Tom discusses how renewable chemistry could revolutionise the packaging industry.
29 minutes | Apr 22, 2021
Stina Ehrensvärd is co-founder of Yubico, the company behind Yubikeys. In this podcast, Stina reveals how the technology has helped human rights organisations and other non-profits.
29 minutes | Apr 15, 2021
Gemma McCall is CEO of Culture Shift, which has built a reporting platform to identify and prevent harassment and bullying. In this podcast, Gemma discusses the role of technology and data in overcoming this problem.
30 minutes | Apr 8, 2021
Gordie Ross is a video games developer in the burgeoning education gaming space. In this podcast, Gordie explains why gaming should be a fundamental part of our education systems.
26 minutes | Apr 1, 2021
Leanne Kemp is founder of Everledger and a global authority on blockchain. In this podcast, Leanne discusses how the technology could create a new paradigm around "tech for good".
27 minutes | Mar 25, 2021
Al Kingsley is CEO of edtech company NetSupport, and an influential voice on the topics of education and technology in the UK. In this podcast, Al discusses using tech in the right way as teachers and children adapt to the new normal.
30 minutes | Mar 18, 2021
Laurel Christensen is Chief Audiology Officer for GN Hearing, and has dedicated her professional life to helping solve the problem of hearing loss. In this podcast, Laurel reveals some of the cutting-edge innovations being applied to hearing aids today.
28 minutes | Mar 11, 2021
Rudolf Gordon-Seymour is Head of International Fundraising for Télécoms Sans Frontières, an NGO which sets up emergency communications networks during humanitarian crises. In our interview, Rudolf talks in detail about TSF’s work, along with the challenges and the rewards.
30 minutes | Mar 4, 2021
Nick Earle, CEO of IoT connectivity specialist Eseye, has enjoyed a nomadic career in technology. He's led transformation projects at $50 billion corporations, he's worked in startups and, as he reveals in this podcast, he once had the chance to quiz Jeff Bezos on the future of Amazon.
27 minutes | Feb 25, 2021
Chris Chambers works for Ordnance Survey, the national mapping agency for Great Britain. Although it is known primarily for its paper maps, Ordnance Survey's highly-accurate geospatial data underpins many public sector services, and has played a vital role in Britain’s response to COVID-19. In the podcast, Chris discusses that and Ordnance Survey's £1bn digital transformation.
28 minutes | Feb 18, 2021
Neil Spann is Managing Director of Power Roll, a startup at the cutting edge of innovation in the solar energy space. In this podcast, Neil talks to Stuart Hodge about breaking down adoption barriers and how Power Roll's unique solar film is generating energy for underserved communities around the world.
31 minutes | Jan 21, 2021
Poppy Szkiler is co-founder and CEO of Quiet Mark, a company that works with manufacturers to prioritise noise reduction within product design. In this podcast, Poppy talks about following in her grandfather's footsteps to continue his fight against noise pollution.
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