Careers

Having successfully filled a number of positions, we are still recruiting for key Oxford-based research and event roles, a BD manager, and a chief of staff; as well as seeking high-calibre graduates for our new 2-year graduate programme in entrepreneurship.

Please scroll down for a full list, details of each role, how to apply and how the recruitment process will work. See also details of Fast Track past staff’s subsequent careers, and on our expansion plans in 2019.

In response to our existing and new (x5) blue-chip sponsors wanting to do more this year, we have embarked on a big recruitment drive. We are looking to hire talented people to help deliver our expanded research and events activities focusing on Britain’s top-performing private companies and entrepreneurs.

We are looking for exceptional candidates with meticulous attention to detail, an eagerness to learn, and an interest in entrepreneurs and the financial performance of private companies. It is equally important that they embrace our culture of continuous improvement, can multi-task, have a strong client service orientation; and are attracted to working for an entrepreneurial company in central Oxford.

For some of the roles, we are happy to consider recent ambitious graduates, provided they have a keen interest and knowledge of business and/or relevant paid work/internship experience, or a degree in relevant subjects such as management, economics or finance (minimum 2.1, preferably from Russell Group or international equivalent).

Current vacancies

We have the following opportunities

Chief of staff - £45k to £75k+

We are looking to recruit an important new role of chief of staff to support both the founder & CEO and the small senior management team as the company continues to expand doing more for existing sponsors, taking on new sponsors and recruiting for at least six new roles.

Candidates could either be a relatively young, bright, ambitious graduate with previous chief of staff experience at a fast-growth company where they made a demonstrable contribution; or a more experienced person with equally reliable skills and a strong service and problem-solving orientation. They must also have up-to-date knowledge and hands on practical experience of implementing cultural change.

 

The role & responsibilities

  • As part of the senior management team, support the founder and CEO, acting as his deputy for internal projects, and working closely with his EA who works part-time and remotely; and accompanying the CEO to some external meetings, to help following-up agreed actions
  • Provide internal support to other members of the senior management team, most notably the director of editorial, director of research and director/head of events helping them implement changes and improvements
  • Create a more vibrant approach to HR, nurturing and rewarding a culture of continuous improvement; help improve productivity and job satisfaction with internal and external training; and help to make the company an interesting and fun place to work
  • Drive important internal projects such as refurbishing our characterful offices, and conducting a feasibility study and implementing a new database

 

Click here to download a full job spec with more details on the role and how to apply.

BD senior manager/manager - £35k to £50k (+comm. of c£10-20k in 1st yr)

Oxford-based Fast Track is looking for a talented graduate interested in B2B business development, with some proven experience of successfully selling high-value products, services or sponsorships to senior clients, gained from either university (i.e. summer balls or fashion weeks), a charity or in a job. The role is to help Fast Track directors research, identify and secure new blue-chip corporate sponsors for our established programmes focusing on providing sponsors direct access to the UK’s top private companies.

Candidates ideally need at least one to two years’ proven experience in consultative B2B, selling high-value products, services or sponsorships (our sponsorship packages range from £65k-£245k+ p.a.); with an interest in, and knowledge of, the UK’s top-performing private companies and the directors who run and own them.

Commission is payable on a sliding scale of up to 5% of the value of the first contract, with the opportunity for successful candidates to earn up to an additional c£10k-20k in the 1st year in commission – see full job spec for an illustrative example and more details.

The role & responsibilities

  • Conduct targeted prospecting and smart, detailed research into relevant potential sponsors, to secure meetings with senior decision-makers; prepare for and participate in these sales meetings, and provide detailed follow-up, creating intelligent, insight-led tailored proposals
  • Work closely with our research team to help identify alumni companies with strong links to potential sponsors; proactively attend both competitor and industry events; help generate leads via our website & social media
  • Continuously improve our marketing to help generate leads and sales materials, and work with our research and design team to regularly improve our sponsorship proposals
  • Our sponsors include: Virgin (all 22 yrs); HSBC, Lloyds, PwC and UBS Wealth Management (15+ yrs); Barclays, BDO, Hiscox, Grant Thornton and Virgin Atlantic (10+ yrs); BGF, BMW and Linklaters (5+ yrs); DHL and N+1 Singer (3 yrs); and Oracle Netsuite and Santander (1 yr)

 

Click here to download a full two-page job spec with more details on the role and how to apply.

Head of awards events & client services - £45k to £65k

Oxford-based Fast Track is hiring a key member of our senior management team to be responsible for delivering our established annual programme of seven highly-regarded invitation-only awards events for the UK’s leading entrepreneurs and private companies as featured on our league tables, published in association with The Sunday Times; and be involved in the strategic development of the business.

The ideal candidate should be a graduate with a minimum of 5 to 10 years’ relevant experience. To thrive in the role you need to have exceptional attention to detail, a willingness to embrace our culture of continuous improvement, a keen interest in private companies and be confident account handling at a senior level.

The role & responsibilities

  • Event management: responsible for the delivery of our seven annual awards events (each attended by 200+ guests), ensuring they continue to stand out in a crowded market place, particularly in terms of the quality of guests and speakers
  • Leadership: co-manage and motivate a six-person events team, getting involved at a detailed operational level with delivery and development of our national awards events
  • Speaker management and VIP schmoozing: help manage the speaker invitation process (c15 a year predominantly from our network) working together with them to write speaker bios and detailed briefs; and help look after/schmooze VIPs on the night
  • Delivery to sponsors: account handle and service our blue-chip sponsors
  • Curating guest info: produce tailored invitee lists and relevant guest info
  • AV production & supplier management: build on our existing event supplier relationships, particularly our AV and filming contractors, working together with them to ensure their output is constantly improving
  • Other: help with new business development, marketing and social medi

Click here to download a full two-page job spec with more details on the role and how to apply.

Head of alumni events & HNW guests - £45k to £65k

Oxford-based Fast Track is hiring a key member of our senior management team to be responsible for delivering our annual programme of 20+ highly-regarded bespoke alumni dinners for the UK’s leading entrepreneurs, HNWI and private companies as featured on our league tables, published in association with The Sunday Times; and will be involved in the strategic development of the business.

The ideal candidate need not necessarily come from a pure events background, and should be a graduate with a minimum of 5 to 10 years’ relevant experience. To thrive in the role you need to have exceptional attention to detail, a willingness to embrace our culture of continuous improvement, a strong interest in, and ability to communicate with entrepreneurs and HNWI, as well as being confident account handling at a senior level.

 

The role & responsibilities

  • Event management: responsible for the delivery of our 20+ bespoke alumni dinners, each attended by c. 20-40 entrepreneurs and HNW guests, ensure they continue to stand out in a crowded market place, particularly in terms of the quality of guests and speakers
  • Leadership: co-manage and motivate a six-person events team, getting involved at a detailed operational level with delivery and development of our events
  • Speaker management and VIP schmoozing: help manage the speaker invitation process (c15 a year predominantly from our network) working together with them to write speaker bios and detailed briefs; and help look after/schmooze VIPs on the night
  • Delivery to sponsors: account handle and service our blue-chip sponsors
  • Curating guest info: produce tailored invitee lists and relevant guest info
  • Sourcing high-end venues: being the font of all knowledge when it comes to finding boutique hotels and private dining rooms to host our bespoke events
  • Other: help film entrepreneurs at our bespoke events and with other marketing and social media activities

Click here to download a full two-page job spec with more details on the role and how to apply.

Senior business events & client services manager - £34k to £40k

Oxford-based Fast Track is looking for two smart, detail-orientated people to join our busy B2B events team which organises invitation-only networking events for the UK’s leading entrepreneurs and private companies featured on our league tables published in association with The Sunday Times. Our 30+ awards events and bespoke alumni dinners are for the UK’s leading entrepreneurs to meet each other, and to meet and do business with our sponsors.

This role would suit a bright graduate, with at least three years’ relevant business events or equivalent experience; and/or project management experience, ideally within the B2B space, financial services, headhunting or dealing with HNW individuals; and with an interest in entrepreneurs and private business.

 

The role & responsibilities

  • Project-manage and ‘own’ a selection of our 30+ networking events per year, including at least two of our six national awards dinners (attended by 200-350 directors and sponsors), as well as a number of high-quality, smaller bespoke alumni dinners (20-40 entrepreneurs). This involves:
  • managing the invite process to secure attendance (free of charge) of busy entrepreneurs
  • preparing detailed information on companies and directors to help our sponsors choose who to invite
  • creating targeted seating plans based on sponsors’ requests, using judgment for last minute changes
  • Help account handle our all-important blue-chip sponsors at an operational and senior level
  • Work as part of a small team, helping others with projects as required and attend the majority of our events, which are mainly held in London, and never on weekends

 

Click here to download a full two-page job spec with more details on the role and how to apply.

Business events & guests manager - £28k to £32k

Oxford-based Fast Track is looking for two smart, detail-oriented people to join our B2B events team, which organises invitation-only national awards events and bespoke alumni dinners for the UK’s top entrepreneurs and private companies, as featured in our annual rankings in The Sunday Times.

This role would suit a bright graduate with one to three years’ relevant events experience or equivalent including at university and/or paid internships; and with project management experience, ideally within the B2B space; and with an interest in entrepreneurs.

 

The role & responsibilities

  • Project manage and ‘own’ a selection of our annual 30+ networking events, including at least one national awards event (attended by 200-350 directors and sponsors), as well as a number of smaller, bespoke alumni dinners (20-40 entrepreneurs)
  • Help account handle our all-important blue-chip sponsors at an operational level
  • Work as part of a small team, helping others with projects as required and attend the majority of our events, which are mainly held in London; and not at weekends

 

Click here to download a full job spec with more details on the role and how to apply.

Head of league tables & senior research manager - £45k to £65k

Oxford-based Fast Track is looking for an experienced company analyst and research manager to join our senior management team and be responsible for our seven high-profile league tables, ranking the UK’s top-performing privately-owned or VC/PE-backed companies, from the fastest growing to the biggest, published in The Sunday Times.

The ideal candidate should be a bright graduate with at least five years’ relevant company research and project management experience, a team leader with excellent writing skills and a strong interest in Britain’s private companies. They should have the ability to build productive relationships with leading entrepreneurs and our blue-chip sponsors. They could come from a variety of backgrounds, including, but not limited to: accountancy, private equity, corporate finance or business consultancy.

To thrive in the role, the successful candidate will need to embrace our culture of continuous improvement, have exceptional attention to detail and strong account handling skills at a senior level.

 

The role & responsibilities

  • Project management: lead and manage the research and publication, to tight deadlines and with meticulous attention to detail, of at least one of our seven annual league tables published in The Sunday Times
  • Research quality improvement: take responsibility for the quality of the research output of our seven league table programmes, including using financial nous and judgement to resolve difficult research issues, and improve the content and look of our research reports
  • Tailored research output: be responsible for providing our sponsors and media partner with tailored briefings on our research and awards judging, presenting supporting materials in a clear way; and conducting other special projects, such as basic estimates of private company valuations and feasibility studies for new league tables
  • Account handling: help service our blue-chip sponsors at both an operational and senior level
  • Networking dinners: work closely with our events team to help secure leading founders’ and senior directors’ attendance at some of our 30+ annual invitation-only networking dinners, and assist at up to 8 dinners a year

 

Click here to download a full two-page job spec with more details on the role and how to apply.

 

Head of 'Ones to Watch' & senior research manager - £45k to £65k

Oxford-based Fast Track is looking for an experienced and talented researcher and project manager to join our senior management team and be responsible for our high-profile Ones to Watch programmes, which identify Britain’s star private companies of the future and are published as part of our league tables in the Business section of The Sunday Times.  

The ideal candidate should be a bright graduate with at least five years’ relevant company research and project management experience, a strong team leader with excellent writing skills and a keen interest in Britain’s private companies. They should have the ability to build productive relationships with leading entrepreneurs and our blue-chip sponsors. They could come from a variety of backgrounds, including, but not limited to: accountancy, private equity, corporate finance or business consultancy.

To thrive in the role, the successful candidate will need to embrace our culture of continuous improvement, have exceptional attention to detail and strong account handling skills at a senior level.

 

The role & responsibilities

  • Project management: oversee the research of Fast Track’s OtW programmes published in The Sunday Times. Review, improve and present shortlisting docs for internal judging and help manage external judging with sponsors
  • Research and analysis: conduct primary research, identify and visit future star companies, analyse their accounts and develop strategies to win over unresponsive companies and engage their founders. Write and/or edit the supporting OtW articles, with by-lines in The Sunday Times supplement
  • Account handling: help account manage blue-chip clients that sponsor Ones to Watch programmes, and other sponsors where relevant. Meet and greet OtW companies’ reps at national awards dinners
  • Networking dinners: work closely with our events team to help to engage Ones to Watch companies to secure their attendance at some of our 30+ annual invitation-only networking dinners, and assist at up to 8 dinners a year

 

Click here to download a full two-page job spec with more details on the role and how to apply.

Deputy head/Senior manager of editorial & writer - £42k to £50k+

Oxford-based Fast Track is looking for a talented content editor and writer interested in working in a small, fast-paced research company to research, write about and build credible relationships with the UK’s top entrepreneurs and our sponsors. You will join as a senior member of our 15-strong research and editorial team.

It would suit a bright graduate with at least four years’ relevant business writing and research experience; some of which could have been gained at university on a relevant course and/or paid-internship.

This is an expanded role due to our increased research, writing and editorial needs, after gaining new sponsors such as Santander and Oracle Netsuite, and the requirement for extra deliverables for our existing sponsors, ranging from researching and writing sponsor articles and company profiles in our seven annual supplements in The Sunday Times to keynote speaker profiles and content for our social media.

 

The role & responsibilities

  • Editorial: support and cover for our editorial director in his absence across our extensive written output, and also help provide strategic input on the editorial direction and content of our multiple outputs
  • Content: conduct telephone and face-to-face interviews with the founders and directors of private companies to write succinct company profiles, as well as for written and video case studies for our sponsors
  • Knowledge of business: preferably of private companies and entrepreneurs in the UK, and a good knowledge of company accounts and relevant financials
  • Account handling: help service our blue-chip sponsors, and prepare for, attend and follow-up on sponsor editorial meetings and awards judging meetings
  • Learning culture: experience managing people; and help drive our learning culture of continuous improvement

 

Click here to download a full two-page job spec with more details on the role and how to apply.

Senior tech researcher & project manager - £36k to £40k

Oxford-based Fast Track is looking for an experienced and talented project manager with a strong research interest and knowledge of tech companies in the UK; and good people management skills.

The role would suit a bright graduate with at least three years’ relevant company research and excellent project management experience; and ideally some accountancy training and good writing experience.

 

The role & responsibilities

  • Project management: lead, manage and help conduct the research and publication, to tight deadlines and with meticulous attention to detail, our Tech Track 100, Ones to Watch and new Disruptors to Watch; and potentially another of our seven annual league tables in The Sunday Times
  • Research & analysis: identify, research and analyse companies’ financials; and interview entrepreneurs either on the phone or face-to-face at company visits
  • Networking dinners: work closely with our events team to secure tech entrepreneurs attendance at some of our 30+ annual invitation-only networking dinners; and help at up to 8 dinners a year
  • Account handling: help service our blue-chip sponsors at both an operational and senior level
  • Social media: Help conceive and write content for our tech related social media

 

Click here to download a full two-page job spec with more details on the role and how to apply.

2-year graduate programme in entrepreneurship - £28k

Oxford-based Fast Track has launched a two year graduate entrepreneurship programme. We are offering two to four talented and hardworking graduates the opportunity to gain an in-depth insight into Britain’s top entrepreneurs. Graduates will be trained to work in Fast Track’s core business. They will also undertake one or two short placements of their choice with leading start-ups and scale-ups from Fast Track’s extensive alumni entrepreneur network of top-performing UK private and VC/PE-backed companies, ranging from BrewDog to Monzo, or with our blue-chip sponsors ranging from BGF to Virgin.  

Starting on 5 August, graduates will undertake two to three rotations in our core business with the appropriate training, including: researching companies’ financial performance and interviewing entrepreneurs, writing their company profiles for publication in our supplements; or B2B event management; and executive assistant (EA) and business development (BD) executive roles.

In the second year of the scheme, graduates will also be offered one or two secondments over four weeks, which they can select from our alumni network of Britain’s leading private companies and/or our blue-chip sponsors. 

Applicants must have achieved a min 2:1 grade degree and demonstrate a keen interest in, and some knowledge of, UK private companies and entrepreneurs.  Attention to detail is essential. Some knowledge of company accounts would be helpful, gained, for example, through studying subjects such as management or economics or through an internship or job; but is not essential, as training will be provided.

Please click here to download a detailed description of our programme and application process. To apply, please send a one page cover letter and CV to jobs@fasttrack.co.uk

How to apply

Please email jobs@fasttrack.co.uk, in confidence, with your application letter (max. two-page for a senior role & one-page for a junior role); including where you saw the vacancy, your current and expected remuneration, notice period; and a copy of your CV.

 

How the recruitment process will work

  • Online assessment: all applications will be reviewed, and selected candidates will be asked to complete one-hour online exercises.
  • Telephone interviews: after the online exercises have been reviewed, shortlisted candidates will be telephone-interviewed by a member of the team, to assess whether to invite you to one of our second-round interview evenings at Fast Track’s offices in St Clements, Oxford.
  • Interview evening: we will aim to hold multiple dates through to Wednesday 20 March, to accommodate as many candidates as possible. These interview evenings typically last from 5pm to 8pm, and will include candidates from across the roles.
    We will start with a presentation about the company and the different roles, then candidates will have the opportunity to ask questions.
    This will be followed by one short written skills-based exercise (no preparation needed), a short individual interview, and a more informal chat with senior members of our team.  (Note: these are not group interviews or tasks, merely a more efficient way for us to manage the time of our senior management team as we are recruiting for multiple roles).
  • Follow-up final round interviews: all final-stage candidates for the more senior roles, and any other candidates where necessary, will be invited back for a final round of in-depth interviews, including with other members of the team.

Past staff

Track record of past full-time staff & freelancers/interns

Many past Fast Track full-time staff, freelancers and interns have gone on to successful and varied jobs, ranging from VC/PE to academia.

Past full-time staff have gone on to become:

  • CEO of Catapult Ventures (LSE grad; formerly tech research manager at Fast Track)
  • Head of equity research at Charles Stanley (DPhil in Psychology, formerly at Ipsos; research manager)
  • Partner at Apiary Capital (DPhil in Geography; research manager)
  • Senior commercial finance manager at Sophos (Cardiff Uni and formerly at Deloitte; research manager)
  • MD of Monument Group, the private fund placement agent (Economics & Management at Oxford; researcher)
  • Senior director, Tableau Software (University of Edinburgh; research manager)

Some past freelancers and summer interns have had very successful careers, including as: managing partner at Graphite PE, principal at Exponent PE, associate at NorthZone VC, partners at McKinsey and BCG, business broadcaster with the BBC & Bloomberg, and literary editor at the Sydney Morning Herald. A number have also become professors, including at Cambridge’s Judge Business School, MIT Sloan School of Management, Carnegie Mellon, and a fellow at Oxford University.

Background to 2019 recruitment

Expanding on our 22-year track record 

For the past 22 years, Fast Track has been researching and ranking Britain’s top-performing private companies in The Sunday Times from the fastest-growing to the biggest; and organising and hosting invitation-only networking events for their entrepreneurial founders and senior directors (who attend free-of-charge) to meet each other and our blue-chip sponsors. The quality of our research and events are highly regarded by our sponsors, entrepreneurs and The Sunday Times and it is essential this goodwill amongst our important stakeholders is constantly nurtured and developed by our service-oriented team.

We have worked closely with half of our 20 blue-chip sponsors for more than 10 years, ranging from Virgin (22 years), PwC and HSBC (more than 15 years), and more recently Linklaters and BGF (more than five years). Many existing sponsors are asking us to do even more this year, as are our five new sponsors Santander, Oracle Netsuite, Virgin Atlantic and two others (TBA).

Punching above our weight, with an excellent team spirit and the need to recruit

We punch above our weight for a small company of 25 people based in Oxford, where the company was founded by our CEO, Hamish Stevenson, who completed his masters and doctorate in management studies at Green Templeton College and was later appointed a research fellow in entrepreneurship. When starting Fast Track, he persuaded Richard Branson and Virgin to become our first sponsor, and secured The Sunday Times as a media partner. These close relationships continue today and need to be handled at a senior level with helpful, relevant team support from across the company.

All of our 25 staff are graduates from a cross-section of universities in the UK and abroad, including eight from Oxbridge – as are four of our eight freelance researchers. Our team come from a variety of backgrounds, including: finance; accounting; venture capital; law; journalism; corporate communications; and B2B event management.

There is a good team spirit with everyone working together. For example, the research team help at a number of our large national award events; and staff from across the teams rotate on our newly-formed social media focus group, to provide constructive feedback and see their suggested improvements quickly actioned on our various platforms.

Our sponsors’ recent requests for increased activities require us to recruit several new full-time roles; replacing some staff that have recently left/are leaving, and a number of new roles.

This expansion of the team will require increased management demands, which will be addressed by the recruitment for a new role of chief of staff, to support the CEO and our small senior management team.

 

Training & development of our staff

The company places a high priority on internal and external training and development of our staff.

We aim to provide all staff with a minimum of half a day’s internal training each month. In addition, all staff are offered a minimum of three days’ external training a year on a course identified and selected by them; and all director-level and heads are offered five days a year external training of their choice.

 

Benefits of working for a small company

Our office is in an attractive Grade II listed converted school and chapel. There is a very informal culture of jeans and t-shirts, unless attending a client meeting or event, but ties are never obligatory. We have badminton club on Thursday lunchtimes; an occasional running club on Tuesdays; and company drinks on the last Friday of each month. The company is also happy to foot the bill for any activity in which five or more staff participate, ranging from a team dinner to the Oxford half-marathon.

All staff are given the opportunity to take an extra day’s holiday for a “wellbeing day” to participate in a charitable event of their choice, towards which Fast Track contributes £100 for each employee. In addition, Fast Track has raised over £4m from our network of entrepreneurs for Virgin’s Unite and Big Change charities, through various auctions at our flagship Fast Track 100 awards dinner.

As a thank you for late nights at events (which are never held over weekends), early morning starts for sponsor meetings in London, or travel to company research visits around the UK, we aim for all the team to leave the office one-and-a-half hours early most Fridays, provided they are on top of publication and awards event deadlines. This early leaving is a form of time-off-in-lieu (TOIL) with additional time off for hours worked over-and-above this, reconciled on a half-yearly basis.

All staff are offered some flexible work arrangements where possible, including flexible office hours from the normal 9am to 6pm i.e. 8am to 5pm.

Once staff have worked for the company for more than five years, they are eligible for additional benefits, including: an extra day’s holiday (on top of their standard 25 days); the option to take a three-month unpaid sabbatical if they wish; and, post-maternity leave, a return-to-work bonus after three months.

 

The need for additional skills in event-led account handling, event management, VIP liaison and guest handling

We are recruiting for two senior head of event roles to help deliver our expanded events programme of seven national awards dinners (c.250-350 guests), and at least nine additional alumni dinners (c.20-40 guests), bringing the total number of our invitation-only events this year to over 30.

The head of awards events & client services will be responsible for delivering our seven national awards events with the team, and will personally focus on dealing with the venue, AV suppliers, keynote speakers, sponsors and top-table guests.

The head of alumni events & HNW guests will be responsible for delivering our 20+ bespoke dinners for our alumni with the team, and will personally focus on dealing with guest speakers, sponsor hosts, VIP guests, and interviewing and filming key guests for our social media.

We also need to recruit additional junior and senior business events & guests managers, with account handling skills.

Event manager candidates do not necessarily need to come from a pure event background, rather we are looking for talented people who have experience and interest in working with HNW individuals and VIPs, coupled with guest handling and a high-level service orientation.

Our new alumni events include networking dinners for UHNW founders from our alumni companies, and a series of dinners for women entrepreneur alumni, following our success last year of an all-woman line-up of seven top entrepreneurs at our flagship Fast Track 100 awards event. These events will also require the events team to manage extra input from across the company, for example, from our business researchers & writers to identify the right invitees, to research and write guest and speaker bios, and general guest and event management running up to, and on the night of, the event.

 

Research, writing & editorial skills for our Sunday Times supplement and social media

Having recently successfully filled four roles in our research team, we are still looking to recruit for four senior roles.

We are looking to fill two senior head of research roles.

The head of league tables & senior research manager will take overall responsibility for the quality of the research of our seven annual league tables published in The Sunday Times. They will also lead and manage the research and publication of at least one of these tables.

The head of ‘Ones to Watch’ & senior research manager will oversee Fast Track’s programmes that look to identify Britain’s star private companies of the future. They will help manage external judging with sponsors and write and/or edit supporting articles with by-lines in The Sunday Times.

We need a deputy head/senior manager of editorial & writer to help with the increased number of articles written in The Sunday Times on behalf of our sponsors, as well as to write our news blog on our website.

We also need a senior researcher & project manager with knowledge of tech companies to manage our 19th annual Tech Track 100. The successful candidate will manage a small team that will identify, research and analyse Britain’s private TMT companies with the fastest-growing sales.