Company Connecting Blog

Sexism is alive and well, and it's not funny.

In reaction to the 'Legs-it' Daily Mail headline, CC Director Janice Grant-Shaw wrote an article about her own experiences of sexism in the tech industry.

The Start Up Series by Company Connecting. Part One.

Revisiting the CC Start Up series - a range of pieces on Company Connecting's own early journey by director Janice Grant Shaw.

Spotlight on Data at Company Connecting

Spring has sprung and it's the beginning of an exciting new week here at Company Connecting! We are taking a brief break from our series of topical articles and focusing on data. The reason? We are heading to Datafest 17 in Edinburgh on Wednesday of this week between the 22nd and 24th of March....

Its all Happening at Company Connecting

Company Connecting is currently adding lots of new Companies to our data to ensure we remain the authority for information on IT and tech SMEs.

Here's looking at you Newcastle and North East England

The tech industry in the North East is buzzing - loads of IT companies, a vibrant University community and organisations supporting tech initiatives.

Navigating Health Data Security: An Interview with Chino.io

Speaking to Jovan of Chino.io, a company who specialise in providing health data security platforms and EU law navigation for EU digital health farms.

Digital Health Series: An interview with Biotaware Ltd

Latest Digital Health contribution to CC blog from Sarah Iqbal, head of Digital Life Sciences at Biotaware Ltd - interview with Biotaware itself.

The Technology Elements Driving and Adopting Digital Health by Sarah Iqbal of Biotaware

Sarah Iqbal's second piece on the technology which is driving the Digital Health industry's growth.

The Digital Health Industry by Sarah Iqbal of Biotaware Ltd.

Day one of a CC series focusing on Digital Health. Sarah Iqbal looks at Digital Health from the perspective of an innovative company within the industry.

Spotlight on Edinburgh: Startedin interview Wallscope

Interview with our developers Wallscope, originally written by Kendra Byers of StartEdin. A good way to round off our Spotlight on Edinburgh series.