Money Mover welcomes Cambridge business leaders for a scaling-up summit

Posted on the 7th October 2016

Money Mover welcomes Cambridge business leaders for a scaling-up summit

Money Mover hosts roundtable

Cambridge UK, 7 October  2016 - Money Mover, the online currency exchange and international payments service, hosted a group of local business leaders and CEOs for a lively and thought-provoking roundtable last week.

The two-hour discussion, which took place at Money Mover’s headquarters at Milton Hall, ranged across topics such as Brexit, access to capital, the issues of talent acquisition and office space and other strategic challenges for high growth businesses.

Hamish Anderson, CEO at Money Mover commented, “It was a real pleasure to have the opportunity to host this meeting of minds.   When you run a high-growth Cambridge business, it’s not often that you get the chance to step away from your desk. Today’s roundtable offered us the chance to meet with peers in other industries to discuss the local, national and international issues which are facing us all on a daily basis.” 

“The event reinforced the unique role which the tech industry plays in Cambridge”, said Greg Law, CEO, Undo. “It is encouraging to see how these businesses are thriving even with some of the issues facing the sector”.

 Giles Hutson, CEO, Insignis Asset Management, commented “I found the meeting extremely constructive and energising. Our thanks to Money Mover for holding such a productive session for the Cambridge fintech and technology sectors.”Companies who attended the roundtable were Gonçalo de Vasconcelos, CEO, Syndicate Room, Adrian Watson representing Geospatial Insight, Eight19 and Azuri Technologies, Giles Hutson, CEO, Insignis Asset Management, Stuart Travers, COO, Sentinel Oncology, Claire Ruskin, CEO, Cambridge Network, Andrew Lynn, CEO, Fluidic Analytics and Greg Law, CEO, Undo.

 Afterwards, attendees talked to our Marketing Manger, Susan Curtis about a variety of topics relevant to many businesses in Cambridge and across the UK.  Here are the videos: