Bringing you the stories of the people, companies, and University at the heart of Cambridge, the UK's leading Tech & Life Sciences ecosystem. Presented by James Parton and Adelina Chalmers. Produced by Carl Homer from Cambridge TV.
Episode 38 - Kevin Boyle co-founder & CEO, Gearset
James chats to Kevin, co-founder and CEO of Gearset, The Bradfield's fastest growing company. A spin out from Redgate Software, they are solving DevOps for Salesforce implementations. Learn about Kevin's background, how has he adapted to becoming a CEO, Salesforce, continuous delivery & integration, how Gearset have grown and roles they are hiring for.
Episode 37 - Hannah Nunn, Founder Kickstart Coffee
Hannah founded Kickstart Coffee which is a not for profit coffee company here in Cambridge that uses its profits to support disadvantaged children in Uganda. Learn all about the inspiration for the company, and how Hannah has grown the business. We at The Bradfield are proud to use Kickstart Coffee for the coffee machines in our member areas, and Kickstart features as a guest coffee in the Lakeside Cafe - buy a cup and start making a difference!
Episode 36 - Stuart Coyle, Innovation Growth Adviser at Innovate UK Edge
James chats to Stuart to learn more about the free support available to SME's which includes access to funding, investment readiness, impartial business advice, sector specific challenges, international partnering, networking and introductions.
Episode 35 - Bradfield Centre Office Hours
In this special episode of the podcast, Adelina returns and James and Adelina discuss the launch of Office Hours at The Bradfield Centre. Learn how you can get free expert support from 15 leading companies on key topics like fund raising, pitching, company structure, hiring, accountancy, marketing, legal, IP, insurance and more. Visit https://www.bradfieldcentre.com/events/office-hours/ for more info and dates.
Episode 34 - An overview of The Trinity Bradfield Prize with Mike Coto
Mike Coto, Project Manager for The Trinity Bradfield Prize, joins James to provide an overview of The 2021 Trinity Bradfield Prize which opens for applications on the 1st July. What it is, eligibility, prizes and the support programme, the application process, and key dates. To hear directly from previous winners of The Trinity Bradfield Prize, listen to episode 33 of the Inside The Bradfield podcast.
Episode 33 - Catching up with the previous winners of The Trinity Bradfield Prize
As the 2021 Trinity Bradfield Prize opens for applications, we catch up with two of the previous winners of the prize in this special episode of Inside The Bradfield Centre. James chats to Simon Engelke, Founder and Chair of Battery Associates and Yichuan Zhang, Founder of Boltzbit.