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This is our best episode yet! We have insights into why you should be spending, not saving, your cryptocurrency from financial regulation crypto expert, Gareth Malna.   We also find out about the very simple rules for a successful startup with business guru, Steve Cox, from Falmouth University's Launchpad programme. 
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We've got presentation expert Martin Barnes who's trained thousands of startups in China, Europe and the UK on how to pitch, he also hosts a Pitch Club for startups and he's given us some hot tips on how to pitch perfect, which is on this episode. We're also speaking to the multi-talented Mr Don Armand who's leaving Exeter Chiefs to spend all his time on his startup GAS- The Gaming Athlete, which is a health and wellbeing brand that offers comfort for gamers. Plus some exciting news about Tech South West! Listen now and don't forget to subscribe!
In this episode Robert and Feyaza have expert analysis from Dave Tansley of Deloitte and Louis Spencer from Natwest with insight from the Tech South West Report, produced by WhiteCap Consulting. Feel like reading? Get more from SWTD editor, Peter Evans here:
Eight teams, one game, all day - who's gonna win? How's it all going to work? We speak to organiser Rob Bosworth to find out more about the day. We're also talking to Exeter Chiefs flanker Don Armand who's rounding up a group of his rugby teammates to take on the corporate tech teams that have also signed up. Listen now!
Hello! We have a new name! In this episode,  which is perfect to listen to while running, we talk about all the innovation happening in South West England. Robert Hillier and Feyaza Khan chat to some of the winners at the Tech South West Awards and WOW it's amazing what's happening in the region - satellite data capture and coral reef building is just some of it. Listen now - and don't forget to subscribe!
What do tech firms need to know about promoting their business? Robert Hillier and Feyaza Khan talk to Astley Media about their latest report. We also have some details about who's in the running at the Tech South West Awards at the end of November, plus we ask whether meat free diets and electric cars are just a fad, with South West Tech Daily editor Peter Evans. Listen now!
A shorter podcast than normal, due to some technical issues, but a worthy topic that we hope is informative. As always tweet @TechSWofficial or get in touch with us on Linkedin or Instagram - and please SUBSCRIBE!
This month we talk to Dolly Gulliford from the Bournemouth-based app creator Passenger, about how she got into tech from a non-tech background and why women don't want to work in tech jobs. We also look at the brilliant (because we're part of the team) new tech website South West Tech Daily with editor Peter Evans.
Robert and Feyaza are looking at how fans who couldn't go to Japan for the Olympics can interact with the games from their own countries, thanks to a company right here in the South West. The podcast also looks into the number of companies ditching London for the South West and basing themselves in hubs like Exeter and Plymouth Science Parks.
Tribe Tech was at the G7 in Cornwall this month and Robert and Feyaza speak to South African journalist Zobuswe Ngobese about the relevance of his country being invited to the summit as a special guest.  We also speak to regional director of Deepbridge Capital - Simon Tutton - about Sir Patrick Vallance's new Science and Technology Committee - and what the point of it is. 
Robert Hillier and Feyaza Khan speak to Nemo D'Qrill from Sigma Polaris, which specialises in diversity recruitment asking "where's the diversity at" Robert also takes a controversial swipe at some of the best discussion points from the Tech South West lounges. Listen now - and tweet @techswofficial to get on the podcast as a guest.
We will look into what makes a good startup, how much you need to invest, how to get investment and who you should have on your team. And if you have a tech business you want to promote in the South West, get in touch, we'd love to hear from you.
Guests: Derek Rodriguez from Gridlock, Andy Doyle from Filmily and Pete Howard from Posture Up Wellbeing
18: 2021 TECH TRENDS

18: 2021 TECH TRENDS


This month's Tribe Tech scrutinizes the Tech South West survey, with two of the South West's most influential tech leaders. Andy Doyle, Founder of global fan product Filmily and Ben Shorrock, MD of Bristol based tech information hub Tech Spark join Robert and Feyaza to explain some of the trends emerging from this year's questionnaire. 
How can rech companies in the region can stand out in a noisy social media space? We as one of the country's leading social media marketers - Phil Byrne. We also speak to the CEO of the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly LEP Glen Caplin Grey about hosting the G7 and the work and opportunity that now awaits. Tweet us @TechSwOfficial or find Tech South West on instagram, we love hearing from you!
This has been a life-changing year for all of us, and we have had the opportunity to speak to some fantastic people for our podcast carrying out amazing changes in tech, and changing how we see things.  Here are just some of our best bits.
15: LIVE at the awards

15: LIVE at the awards


This month we're LIVE at the Tech South West awards, which took place digitally on Hopin.  Robert Hillier and Feyaza Khan were at Exeter Science Park broadcasting to hundreds of attendees and helping showcase the region's talent to the tech community.  If you couldn't attend, have a listen - we've kept all the best bits of insight.  Well done to everyone who won! PS: Thanks to Lead Partner BT, and supporting partners Ashfords and Bishop Fleming.
This month, Robert Hillier and Feyaza Khan try to find out why tech firms find it difficult attracting women and how to solve this issue.  Our guests are fantastic women in a diverse range of jobs in tech - tune in now - and don't forget to subscribe!
Presenters Robert Hillier and Feyaza Khan also speak to awards' judges Tamsin Hodge from the UK Hydrographic Office, Bishop Fleming's Pippa Clarke and Tech Exeter's Kris Sum about what they looked for, the businesses that impressed and surprised them and of course, coping in the new normal.
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Chris Goodwill

Excellent podcast series focused on tech in the South West. As someone working in IT great to have a podcast relevant to local businesses.

Dec 28th
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