We’re leaders in the complex, rapidly evolving world of emerging technology, building innovative and sustainable solutions for our tech cohorts to navigate their optimum pathway with tangible progress. Designing and delivering the very best teams for some of the fastest growing technology companies.
Our Tech Pedigree
The genesis of Hurren & Hope was the tech sector so it’s only fitting that we take our hard-won expertise in that space and carry it through into our ‘Human Dynamics’ offering!
When it comes to technical consultancy, we’re not exaggerating when we say we’ve seen it all. And better still, our own core team of tech experts has now been expanded and enhanced with the addition of a ‘top table’ of industry specialists and business gurus who are on hand to help you improve all areas of your business operation.
Explore our latest tech job opportunities
We have a wide range of roles in tech, including cloud, dev ops, software engineering, IoT, AI & machine learning, robotics & data science.
What’s that, a flying pig? A unicorn? No, it’s a woman in technology. Despite progress towards workplace equality, women in technology remain sadly diminished with only 15% working in STEM roles, and only 5% in leadership roles. Moreover, this imbalance doesn’t appear to be decreasing any time soon as the future pipeline of technology talent is still heavily skewed towards men with only 17.2% of females studying Computer Science. What is the problem you ask?
Lauren appointed to head up new AI / Machine Learning consultancy
Lauren has impressed, in the short time she has had with us here she has already secured new contracts with a number of AI / Machine Learning organisations, her tenacity to learn more about the sector combined with her personality and professionalism has clearly resonated with her growing client base.
In the past few years, there have been news headlines left, right and centre warning about the IT skills gap in the UK, and more specifically about the worrisome state of IT education in the country. The commonly accepted wisdom is that many tech firms simply can’t find sufficiently skilled IT graduates from the UK’s own talent pool, and that our businesses are having to plug the skills gap with tech talent sourced from overseas – particularly Eastern European nations, which have a reputation for churning out top-tier computer science graduates.