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Ben Way is a best selling author, leading futurologist, technologist, inventor, and entrepreneur. With over twenty years of experience in technology and innovation, Ben has travelled the world seeking out and developing new technologies. As a leading voice on the challenges and benefits of tomorrows technology, he has advised some of the worlds leading institutions, including the White House, regarding technological preparations for the future. He is the recipient of the millennium entrepreneur of the year award and has appeared on numerous technology and philanthropy television programs. Now based in San Francisco he helps take early and mid stage companies into the US market.
Freetricity Plc aim to help people to make the shift from using fossil fuels to create electricity, to using solar panels and solar panel installations to make renewable sources of solar energy. Freetricity Plc can help to make the transitional process much easier and more affordable for both business and domestic property owners alike.
The Rainmakers is one of the worlds leading innovation and incubation companies. We have created ground breaking technologies as well as working with some of the biggest organizations in world such as the US government, Microsoft, British Telecom, Ministry of Defense and many more. We help companies create innovation internally and externally, allowing them to keep on the cutting edge of technology.
Founded by Dan Wagner and supported by a team of impressive technology entrepreneurs. Bright Station is the holding company that has created a number of World market leaders including MAID and Venda and is characterised by Bright Station Ventures and Bright Station Foundation.
Friendsabroad grew to become the largest language learning website in the world and was sold to Babbel. I was the CTO and developed the technology and platform.
My first company that I ran out of my bedroom, a simple computer consultancy, from small acorns...