EVENT: #Croydon #TechCity – Thursday 16th February 7pm @ProjectBCroydon

By - Monday 13th February, 2017

Introducing the stars of this week’s #Croydon #TechCity event

Croydon Tech City in action.
Photo by Rob Wilson/Fluid4Sight, used with permission.

It’s that time of the month again when Croydon’s tech scene comes out to play at and learns from local tech entrepreneurs!

To attend this month’s Croydon Tech City event at Project B, please register to attend here.

Fifi Kara, Founder of Hulah

The mobile app that plans your holiday for you

Fifi Kara and Jamie Sneddon.
Photo by Fifi Kara, used with permission.

Hulah is a mobile app that uses travel technology combined with expert knowledge to find and book perfect trips for you (“online, on-demand and the lowest price is always guaranteed”).

Thornton Heath resident Fifi Kara and her co-founder Jamie will be discussing how they initially came up with the idea and the step they’ve taken to getting it off the ground and into a revenue-generating startup. The Hulah team have recently been through the world-renowned Ignite Accelerator and will be discussing their experiences and what they’ve learnt as they pursue their startup dreams!

Stuart Millson, co-founder of BrokerCompare

The investment comparison site that will save you thousands of pounds

Photo by Stuart Millson, used with permission.

BrokerCompare is a newly-launched broker comparison site started by Sussex Innovation Centre resident Stuart Millson that aspires to save investors thousands of pounds.

The average investor will lose £141 a year compared to using the cheapest service. Over a 20-year investment period this adds up to a startling £5,300 in excessive charges and lost investment growth on that money, while investors with larger portfolios may lose much more.

Thanks to BrokerCompare, users can search and find the most cost-effective investor or investment fund. Users can personalise their search according to how much they hold, how often they trade, and how long they plan to hold the account.

Aws Ismail, co-founder of PEEK

The app that makes job-hunting relevant to the Tinder generation

Photo by Aws Imail, used with permission.

Tired of the traditional way of searching for a job? A simple swipe and bid can secure you your next part-time job, weekend job, or your next career move.

Aws Ismail and his two co-founders, Zaid Papier and Saif Shariefi, are taking recruitment and job hunting into the modern Age with their mobile app, PEEK. PEEK takes the left-swipe, right-swipe mechanics of popular dating app Tinder and applies it to the world of jobhunting.

If you’ve ever been frustrated with finding your next job, this talk will be for you.

To attend this month’s Croydon Tech City event at Project B, please register to attend here.

Jonny Rose

Jonny Rose

Jonny Rose is a committed Christian who has lived in the Croydon area for nearly twenty years. He is an active participant in his local community, serving at Grace Vineyard Church and organising Purley Breakfast Club, and was ranked "Croydon's 37th most powerful person" by the Croydon Advertiser (much to his amusement). He owns a lead generation company. He is the Head of Content at marketing technology company Idio, the founder of the Croydon Tech City movement, a LinkedIn coach, and creator of Croydon's first fashion label, Croydon Vs The World. Working on Instagram training and a Linkedin lead generation service. Views are his own, but it would be best for all concerned if you shared them. Please send your fanmail to: jonnyrose1 (at) gmail (dot) com

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