I am excited to announce that Paul Bradbury has joined Radiate B2B as our Chief Technology Officer. I have known Paul for over a decade now and have been wanting to bring him into the company for a few years now. The stars finally aligned, and it is good to welcome him on board!
When I look back to my Worklife spot on the BBC a few weeks ago, it feels like a different world. Back then we knew there were challenges coming and I discussed how this would impact on startups, people and investment. I’ve expanded on my thoughts below.
The inaugural Inbox Expo is coming to the Science Gallery, London on March 18-19 and Riaz Kanani, our Founder/CEO has been invited to discuss the future role of technology in relationship marketing alongside email marketing industry luminaries Dennis Dayman and Olga Adrianko.
It must have been a challenging week this week for bosses at the big social media companies. As The Economist were preparing their cover story, ‘How to tame the tech titans‘, the US Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation convened a hearing titled “Terrorism and Social Media: #IsBigTechDoingEnough?” to “…examine the steps social media platforms are taking to combat the spread of extremist propaganda over the Internet.”
The BBC asked Radiate B2B co-founder Mike Weston to join the BBC Business Briefing and discuss the impact on social media in the future. If you’re in the UK, you can view the interview over the next four weeks on BBC iPlayer here.