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You are here: News Q10 Talking Heads

Influential company bosses in Cambridge & the East of England in focus in our personalised Q&A.

Sarah Reakes, managing director of KISS Communications

Sarah Reakes, managing director of KISS Communications

KISS is the creative agency that clarifies the complex. The company has specific and in-depth expertise in working in healthcare, science, technology and FMCG.

Paul Norris, group managing director, Ethos

Paul-Norris-EthosEthos Communications is one of the largest independent providers of managed print services, office and mobile communications, business broadband, managed network services and franking solutions in the UK.

Goncalo de Vasconcelos, CEO at SyndicateRoom

Goncalo-de-VasconcelosSyndicateRoom is an online equity crowdfunding platform that allows its members to co-invest in exciting startups with seasoned investors. Equity crowdfunding has democratised investment in startups, helping entrepreneurs to make their business visions a reality and allowing individuals to invest and become real-life ‘Dragons’.

Karl Heeks, CEO at UltraSoC Technologies

Karl Heeks, CEO at UltraSoC TechnologiesUltraSoC Technologies is changing the way companies deliver next-generation electronic devices. Its debug technology accelerates the development and improves the performance of software for systems-on-chip (SoC).

Barak Maoz, CEO at Light Blue Optics

Barak Maoz, CEO at Light Blue OpticsCambridge touch technology business Light Blue Optics has bounced back with a new product two years after deciding to pivot and 10 years since spinning out of Cambridge University, courtesy a major deal with transatlantic world leader Promethean.

Ward Hills, CEO at ionscope

Ward Hillsionscope manufactures Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopes (SICMs) for imaging living cells. SICMs are used by neurological and cardiac scientists to understand fundamental processes associated with diseases and therapeutics, because of the unique combination of nano-scale topographical and physiological information they provide.

Barnaby Perks, CEO of PsychologyOnline

Barnaby PerksPsychologyOnline was founded by two Chartered Psychologists who worked for the UK National Health Service. Recognising the scarcity of available psychological support, they developed PsychologyOnline to provide a top quality psychological therapy service that is easily accessible to all. Following a successful clinical trial (published in The Lancet in 2009) they sought investment to develop PsychologyOnline to deliver services to NHS and private patients.

Martina King, CEO at Featurespace

Featurespace CEO, Martina KingKnown locally as the new Autonomy and with Mike Lynch on the board, Featurespace was founded in 2005. Its technology allows companies to optimise the vast amounts of data flowing through their systems.

Dr Yichen Shi, CEO at Axol Bioscience

Dr-Yichen-ShiAxol Bioscience is a Cambridge stem cell startup co-founded and co-funded privately by Abcam CEO, Dr Jonathan Milner, and internationally acclaimed Dr Yichen Shi.

Shaun Walker, founder and CEO of S-Tech Insurance

Shaun-WalkerS-Tech Insurance Services was founded over 30 years ago by Shaun Walker from a Cambridge spare bedroom and shortly after that he was joined by Terry Mold. Today S-Tech is the largest commercial insurance broker in the Cambridge region employing a staff of over 70 trained experts.

Craig Wareham, founder and CEO of ViewRanger

Craig WarehamAugmentra Ltd is the smartphone app development company behind ViewRanger GPS – an award winning mobile phone application which delivers GPS navigation, mapping and location-based content to outdoor activity enthusiasts and outdoor professionals worldwide.

Dave Gwilt, co-founder of BlinkPipe

Dave Gwilt, co-founder of BlinkPipeBlinkPipe was started in late 2010 by Dave Gwilt and Alex Nancekievill, two Cambridge University alumni, who both have MBAs from London Business School.

Gary Hanson, lead partner with BDO in Cambridge

Gary Hanson is the lead partner of the Cambridge office of BDOGary Hanson is the lead partner of the Cambridge office of BDO, an organisation with over 1,200 offices in 138 countries. A specialist in business assurance, he has over 30 years’ experience. One of his principal skills is UK/US advice and he has particular knowledge of US GAAP and its implications, working closely with BDO in the US.

Matt Meyer, chief executive at Taylor Vinters

Matt Meyer, chief executive at Taylor VintersMatt Meyer is CEO of Taylor Vinters, a globally influential next generation law firm with offices in Cambridge, London and Singapore. Taylor Vinters is positioning itself as an elite law firm operating internationally in the areas of technology, investment and private client business.

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