Tired of only hearing from CEOs and Entrepreneurs? Then join us as we interview top performers from the world’s best companies. Discover what they do and how they got there.
Season 1 featuring: Google, Manchester City FC, Barclays, O2 and Green Shores Capital VC.
Brought to you by QTA: Partnership Specialists.
Oana Jinga: Retail Partnerships Lead, Google
We had to end Season 1 with a bang.
On this week’s episode we welcome Oana Jinga, Retail Partnerships Lead at Google.
Hear how products such as the Pixel phone and Google Home mini end up in a store for you to purchase and what it’s like to work at one of the world’s most revered companies.
Max Tee: VC, Green Shores Capital
Venture Capitalists (VC’s) - the initial driving forces behind companies such as Google, Uber and Facebook. But what do they actually do? Where does the pot of money they invest come? How do they pick winners?
In this episode, we welcome Maxson Tee, an associate at Green Shores Capital, a VC firm based in London.
Whether you’re running a startup and looking to get funded, interested in becoming a VC or simply intrigued about how this industry operates, you’ll love what Max has to share.
Tim Heard: Head of Intrapreneurship, Barclays Ventures
Tim perhaps has one of the coolest roles you’re likely to come across, helping turn the entrepreneurial spirit of Barclays’ employees into structured projects and businesses that can help the firm keep an innovative edge. In this episode, he details his approach to delivering solutions and how you can also launch new ideas within your organisations.
George Guthrie: Head of Network Monitoring, O2
Over 20m of us each day rely on George and his team to perform a role most of us take for granted - keeping the network running.
Guthrie is Head of Network monitoring, responsible for ensuring all cellular and data connectivity is live on the O2 network.
Listen in as we discuss how integral telcos are to our everyday life, how exactly mobile networks work and the pressures of delivering a 24/7 service.
Tom Carter: Partnership Director, Manchester City Football Group
Tune in as we speak to Tom Carter explain how the worlds of sport and business collide behind the scenes.
Hear him explain how big partnership deals get done, the use of technology in sport and his approach to self-development.
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