Tag: University of Hertfordshire

One month on: Our Agile Business Consultant (& Head Barista) gives his views

“It has been one month since I started working with Red Potato, although it feels as if it was longer than that – in a good way! As an Agile Business Consultant, I have been to different places meeting different and quite interesting individuals such as business consultants, owners and CEOs. This has given me…
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Expose 2015

There were some brilliant visual effects and digital animations on show at  “Expose 2015” – the University of Hertfordshire Animation Festival.   It is great to see how the #Hertfordshire student alumni have contributed to the development of visual effects in some of the highest-grossing films around (and also the Red Potato animations!).  We were…
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#FSBHertsAwards – FSB Hertfordshire Business Awards

FSB Hertfordshire Business Awards 2015 Red Potato are finalists in the 2015 FSB Hertfordshire Business Awards!  This is a great recognition of our work! Why are Red Potato in the “Business Innovation” awards category? Red Potato Community Insight Animations have been nominated for the “Business Innovation” awards category! Brilliant news! The animations report upon business targets and performance…
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What is it like to work at Red Potato?

Asen Stoimenov graduated in management from the University of Hertfordshire.  Here he writes about his first days with Red Potato. “Upon graduating from University I was scanning the job market to find a job to match my skills and personality and luckily I came across Red Potato on University of Hertfordshire’s career hub and I…
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UoH Red Potato Bootcamp

University of Hertfordshire

The University of Hertfordshire is the UK’s leading business-facing university and an exemplar in the sector. It is innovative and enterprising and challenges individuals and organisations to excel.  Red Potato were very pleased to help the University deliver the Summer “Business BootCamp” programme…   Red Potato University of Herts Case Study