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Chartwell wish to congratulate Kathryn Parsons – Co-CEO of Decoded, a company which brings digital literacy to thousands – who is now officially on the advisory group for London & Partners and Tech City Greater London.
This new group of ambassadors was announced by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, who outlined his vision to make London the tech capital of the world and drive jobs and growth across the city. Other names Boris added to champion this sector include Gerard Grech, CEO of Tech City UK, and Mind Candy’s Michael Acton Smith.
When welcoming these high-level innovators, Boris said that “there is nowhere to rival London for tech firms to thrive and grow – we have the talent, the investors, and the entrepreneurial spirit…We need to build on this impressive growth and champion London as the global leader for ambitious tech companies.”
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Businessman Michael Acton Smith was on the BBC TV programme ‘Peter Jones meets’ last Sunday. In this series Peter, star of ‘The Dragon’s Den’ meets some of the UK’s top entrepreneurs to discover how these business bosses made their millions and whether there is a blueprint for success.
Michael started the web-based entertainment company Mind Candy from which the highly successful and popular children’s online world ‘Moshi Monsters’ was born. Dubbed the Willy Wonka of the internet, Peter investigates whether this is something that Michael has developed in order to help business.
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