In this episode of our Covid series, we are speaking to Catherine Cahn to discuss the possible implications of the pandemic on the global education sector. Catherine is the CEO of Twig Education and has successfully led the scaling and expansion of thisaward-winning digital media company that is revolutionising educational delivery on an international basis. As such, we were keen to understand Catherine’s short and long term global view across this critical market.

We are excited to be speaking to Steve Geffon, a highly experienced commercial lead in the eclinical and services market. Steve is the CCO of Science37, an organisation with over 6 years in virtual/decentralised trials. In this podcast, we discuss the possible implications of Covid-19 on this key area in the eclinical space.

We are excited to be speaking to Mark Anderson, Chairman of London Metropolitan University, in the next of our Covid series. Mark is the former Managing Director UK at Pearson and has since worked extensively as a Non-Executive Director and Chair across the edtech space in Europe, as well as supporting higher education, vocational and university settings. With his extensive experience, we were keen to understand Mark’s views on the possible implications of Covid on the wider education space.

Today, we excited to be talking to Curt Uehlein. Curt has a background at both Wall Street English and Apollo global and is now CEO at Berlitz, a 140 year old language education organisation. As an experienced leader in managing all aspects of an international business in 30 countries such as China, Brazil, India, Australia, UK, US, and Germany, we were interested in hearing his views on the possible implications of Covid-19 on the language education globally.

Today I am speaking to Mukhtar Ahmed, who has a career spanning across major CRO’s and significant eclinical businesses for over 25 years. He is currently President of the Science Group at Clarivate, specialising in high growth subscription analytics, data sciences and consulting services to the healthcare, biopharma, medical device, academic research, publishing and corporate R&D sectors. In this podcast, Mukhtar discusses his view on the possible implications of Covid-19 on the wider healthcare space.

In today’s episode of our Covid series, we are joined by Kuno van der Post. Kuno entered the eclinical sector over 15 years ago when transitioning from preclinical. He is now Chief Commercial Officer at Anju Software and is responsible for their commercial activities across the US. In this podcast, Kuno discusses his view on the implications of Covid-19 on the pharmaceutical sector.

Dan Sandhu is an international leader in the edtech space, having scaled and sold significant technology businesses before coming into education. He is now CEO at Sparx, a learning technology company with a focus on mathematics. In this podcast, Dan discusses the possible implications of Covid-19 on edtech and the wider education environment.

Steve Kent is currently Non-Executive Chairman at Phlexglobal, 4ways and Pharmaspectra, as well as Non-Executive Director at Imagen Therapeutics. During Steve’s time as an executive, he transformed and quickly grew two very different private equity backed businesses into companies that achieved a main listing on the London Stock Exchange. He was also on the operating Board of a large NASDAQ quoted company. In this podcast, Steve discusses the possible implications of Covid-19 on the biopharmaceutical and wider pharmaceutical markets.

In this new episode of our Covid series, we are joined by Bruce Hellman and Jonathan Stone at uMotif. Bruce is the Co-Founder of the organisation, a leading patient centric eclinical platform. Jonathan is their Global Head of BD, having joined the organisation from Medidata as a multi-award winning sales professional. In this podcast, Bruce and Jonathan discuss the possible implications of Covid-19 on the biopharmaceutical and pharmatech markets.

Alan Greenberg is a Non- Executive Director with global expertise gained across a number of edtech’s, as well as advising VC’s and banks investing in the education sector and across the wider technology landscape. Alan was formally Director Apple Education EMEA and then Asia and interestingly, led the team who built Education Podcasting. In this podcast, Alan discusses his view on the possible implications of Covid-19 on the global education sector.

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