How can government use technology to meet the needs of citizens?
February 8, 2022
As we access government services online with increasing regularity, can government meet the challenge and win public confidence?
How can technology businesses be secure, inclusive and ethical?
February 1, 2022
Does the mandate behind business need re-evaluating, and are our processes inclusive?
On Burns Night we explore how technology is meeting Scotland's challenges.
January 25, 2022
Find out how the CivTech Programme is helping business to use tech to find innovative solutions in Scotland.
How important is the office to working culture?
January 18, 2022
If you could work from anywhere, where would you work?
Funding the future: how do we support and finance the businesses shaping our planet?
January 11, 2022
How can we make sure responsible technology has the funding to flourish? What are the key ingredients you need to provide as a leader?
How do we commit to sustainability and become responsible global citizens?
January 4, 2022
What do individuals and organisations need to do, to be truly sustainable?
Looking into 2022 with Wedo and the Global Equality Collective
December 29, 2021
Indiana Gregg (Wedo) and Cat Wildman (GEC) give up time to both share their views on the upcoming new year.
ESG is not just a slogan; get it wrong and you'll lose business.
December 21, 2021
If you think ESG is just another tick the box exercise you're going to fall behind the competition.
Why in-person relationships are crucial in education regardless of the influence of technology.
December 14, 2021
On today's show we have Joysy John, CEO of 01 Founders, Felix Ohswald, CEO of GoStudent and Sainsbury's Roha Raheel.
Responsible innovation: can we make sure tech is good for society?
December 7, 2021
Joining the Tech Talks team on this week's show are Hyojeong Kim, Founder and CEO of NomadHer, and Sergei Anikin, CTO of Pipedrive.
How do founders and tech leaders maintain a healthy mental mindset?
November 30, 2021
Joining David Savage on this week's show are Craig Dunham, CEO of Deepcrawl, and Thomas Vosper, founder of Aisle 3.
"You kind of want to learn about this as a data scientist".
November 26, 2021
Does your company talk the language of a data scientist, will you attract the best talent?
Mike Rhodes shares the secrets of user retention (in the world of apps)
November 23, 2021
Got any apps you rarely open? Mike explains how organisations can keep those apps at the forefront of your mind with ConsultMyApp.
Globetrotter VR offer a vision of accessible and sustainable tourism.
November 19, 2021
Travel from your couch? Anastasia Pash is here with Globetrotter VR to open your eyes to new destinations.
30% of all donations are lost to corruption. How can technology help?
November 16, 2021
How do you know the projects your investment goes to are actually green? Vero explains how blockchain can add much needed clarity.
How could blockchain aid social mobility?
November 12, 2021
Shahad Choudhary, co-founder of blockchain powered OpenBrix, tells us why the tech needs to be boring.
During COP26, we ask what infrastructure do we need to measure the impact of environmental projects?
November 9, 2021
Tom Mills, MD of Two Oceans Strategy, talks about the need to measure environmental projects.
We discover how a connected life could also be a healthy life.
November 5, 2021
Sandra Jorge is the international relations specialist for BClose, who have developed a solution to support the diagnosis of illnesses.
Meta and the metaverse. Hype or the future?
November 5, 2021
Facebook, Meta, and the Metaverse; all now one and the same?
Margot is a languages student at Oxford. Want to hire her? Listen to what's catching her eye...
November 5, 2021
Want Oxbridge graduates to join your business? Find out what Margot is looking for.
Web Summit 2021 Reflections
November 5, 2021
Dave joins Akeesh to chat about the observations he's made at Web Summit 2021
Surfing, academia and a German approach to engineering - the future of motion!
November 5, 2021
Sebastian Rettlinger tells us how studying movement could lead to better performance in sports.
We meet the new WeWork. An evolution on the flexible model that works for life and business.
November 5, 2021
Tally Market's cofounders Laura and Jules outline a flexible, employee focused solution for hybrid working.
Helena Gagern talks us through her start-up journey!
November 2, 2021
Helena is in Entrepreneur First's programme, and is currently testing a range of ideas to take to the market. We catch up to talk about her journey, finding a co-founder, and why being a founder matters to her.
Jack and Quin explain how data is helping tackle one of the biggest global killers.
October 29, 2021
Jack O'Meara and Quin Wills are co-founders of Ochre Bio, a biotech business developing therapies for livers containing excess fat, using genomics, computation, and whole human livers kept alive outside the human body. Why is this important? Liver disease is the only top ten killer that's on the rise globally.
James Hetherington discusses the need to be both 'the craftsperson and the scholar'.
October 26, 2021
Data and computers and code and people; how are UCL bringing them all together?
Abbas and Rami have created a tool (YouMakr) students will adore.
October 22, 2021
YouMakr founders Abbas and Rami describe their pivot, and the joy of product market fit.
Andy Dean has found a tech solution to highlight the value of live music
October 19, 2021
Andy, CEO of TagMix, is making live music social, and bringing it's joy to a wider audience.

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