A Company Research — Conducted in July, 2021
If you are considering to work for Snap Inc, preparing for an interview with them or simply learning about the company, this article covers in detail of the company ethos, years of technology developments, business strategies, risk management, work culture, social responsibilities, and detailed financial information.
It took awhile to complete the research into Snap Inc, following where I can confidently recommend every computer science undergraduate student should consider making an application for a software related role there, in my case it is the interest of a Software Engineer.
In trying to…
A company research series
As a computer science student, I was hooked after seeing the global programs initiated by Nesta. The subsidiary projects of Nesta. The websites created for those programs, for example: https://findingctrl.nesta.org.uk/ and https://www.bi.team/.
The reason behind researching Nesta was to ensure the company I want to apply for is a company that can provide an opportunity I can take to a future in becoming one of the best software developers in the world.
Somewhere I can work to become the best version of myself and I know the support system will be there. …
Released in November 2019
Research and development into the intersection of robotics and ConTech
The construction industry is one of the least digitised sectors, IT and R&D spend doesn’t exceed 1% and only agriculture and hunting seem to be in a worse place. — Mc Kinsey & Co
GDN Intelligence focuses on providing the application of cutting-edge science, engineering and mathematics for companies who are falling behind on the ever-changing technology within their sector.
We specialise in computing hardware and software engineering and we are currently working with customers within the construction industry who understand that 70% of those not adopting digital will go…
With the surveyed companies looking to hire more people, medium-sized companies are on a marathon to escape the crosshair of large companies spending millions on technology advancements and small startups with a very specialised team. Over 57% of companies in the mid-market are looking at technology, service and product development.