Posted on April 23, 2018 by staff

British tech entrepreneurs named in the ‘Maserati 100’ index


The car manufacturer is now in its fourth year of publishing the index, which is inspired by the entrepreneurialism of its founders.

Members of the list already announced include Emily Orton, CMO of Cambridge-based DarkTrace.

Orton has previously held positions at HP-owned Autonomy and Invoke Capital.

Also announced is Josh Rathour, the CEO and founder of student deals website UNiDAYS.

The Nottingham-based student discount platform has 142 million students in 32 countries connected to the service.

Rathour has previously been named a ‘rising star’ at 2017’s EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.

Also announced on the list is Michelle Kennedy, co-founder and CEO of Peanu, an app for mothers to chat, meet up with, and learn from like-minded women.

The full Index will be published with The Sunday Times on Sunday 29th April.