This article was originally posted on the Tech City UK website.
This week we’re delighted to welcome The Geek People as Future Fifty programme partners. This is part of an ongoing strategy to ensure the service offered to member companies is as responsive and agile as possible.
Here’s a comment on the partnership from the lovely team themselves:
“We are absolutely thrilled to be chosen as a partner for the Future Fifty programme helping to accelerate the growth of a selected group of exciting, growth-stage digital companies. We are looking forward to getting to know them better and seeing how we can support their journeys to superstardom!”
The Future Fifty programme provides access to expertise within government and the private sector, along with tailored support to help companies grow rapidly and establish the foundation for major liquidity events, including a potential listing. The Future Fifty companies are innovative, industry transforming technology businesses. The current list of Future Fifty companies is listed here“.
Future Fifty companies have raised over a billion pounds since the programme’s inception, four are listed on the LSE, and the member companies collectively employ tens of thousands of people across the UK. For more on what the programme has to offer your very own digital disrupter, check out our Future Fifty programme report.
The Geek People are a Talent & OD Consultancy with vast experience of working with leaders in technology and understand the unique challenges these leaders face. The Geek People have recently worked with: Songkick, Metapack, DixonsCarphone, eBay Inc, PayPal Ltd, McGraw Hill Publishing, Gain Capital Ltd, Hearst Magazines.
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