School of Code
The School of Code believes that technology should benefit everyone. They teach people programming skills in an immersive short-course to help address the IT skills gap. This programme is free and open to everyone - they take in classes of mixed ages, backgrounds, and experience and their social mission is to use technology to tackle inequality and give anyone the skills, tools, and opportunity to create and innovate with technology. The School of Code also has an online platform, which has helped thousands of people around the world take their first steps into coding. Back to Partners
Spinks have partnered with Equalture because we believe in truly understanding a person and seeing beyond their CV. By doing this, Spinks can make sure both a candidate and an organisation are a great fit for one another. With Equalture, organisations can now use neuroscientific games during the interview process to help both candidates and businesses understand if they are a good match.
The Growth Stage
The Growth Stage (TGS) efficiently connects private growth stage companies with institutional investors: the first and only exchange of its type, regulated, supported by 10 of the world’s #1 advisers and >$12trn of institutional long term capital, it’s free to join, our funding light signalling allows novel engagement, and only charges the issuer 1% for successful raises.
Angel Academe was founded in 2014, with a mission to make angel investing easy, fun and rewarding for women - as well as men, who want to be part of a diverse network - and they invest in fast growing technology businesses with at least one woman on the founding team. Angel Academe believes the challenge ambitious female tech founders face in raising investment for growth is directly linked to the lack of investor diversity. Angel Academe investors are mainly, but not only, women. These include entrepreneurs, senior professionals, some with portfolio careers or on career breaks. They pool funds and resources to evaluate investment opportunities, make investments and support the entrepreneurs they back. Spinks will be promoting Angel Academe within our networks to help entrepreneurs take the next step and go on to make waves within the tech industry, and to promote angel investing to more senior women.
Hinterview is a leading online video interviewing platform, specifically aimed and designed with recruitment in mind. Hinterview reduces the interview:placement ratio by freeing up important and in-demand managers and adds value to the recruitment process for candidates and clients alike. Hinterview shortens the recruitment process, removes location barriers, and can be created or viewed easily on the move, great for clients and candidates alike. Back to Partners
Tech Talent Charter
If you employ tech talent and are keen to do more than talk about the problems, the TTC is a platform for sharing best practice, creating solutions and taking action. It was founded by a number of organisations across the recruitment, tech and social enterprise fields and was supported in the government’s policy paper on the UK Digital Strategy in March 2017. The TTC is for start-ups to multi-nationals spanning all industry sectors from entertainment to banking. Back to Partners
Computer Weekly launched as the world’s first weekly IT newspaper in 1966. Today it is a multi-platform digital publication reaching millions of IT decision-makers in the UK, Europe and the rest of the world. Computer Weekly stands out from the many technology news websites on offer through its unique history, extensive reader community and in-depth coverage of the issues, challenges and trends facing today’s IT leaders. Back to Partners