In Episode 11 Russell Buckley joins the crew to talk about how he helps start-ups raise capital, futurism, the sharing economy, virtual reality & jobs of the coming decades.
The guys manage to stumble across several topics including how London has emerged as Europe's answer to silicon valley, how technology is creating new jobs rather than killing them, how jobs in modern medicine and the military will be most overhauled in the next ten years and how cell phones in 25 years will be the size of red blood cells.
Oh, and we also talk about 2045 or as Russell calls it, "the year computers take over."
More about Russell:
*Russell Buckley is a UK Government Advisor helping UK startups raise investment and a leading practitioner, speaker and thinker about mobile technology. He is also a previous Global Chairman of the Mobile Marketing Association, an active Angel Investor (via Ballpark Ventures), and holds numerous non-executive positions in mobile technology companies.
Russell’s previous role was with mobile advertising startup, AdMob. He learned about AdMob soon after its launch and joined as its first employee in 2006, with the remit of launching AdMob into the EMEA market. Four years later, AdMob was sold to Google for $750m.*