Rain Gods founder Timothy Barnes has blogged on the start up community that is growing in the Victoria area of Westminster. Not surprisingly, our own Rain Cloud Victoria space gets a bit of a mention.Read more "Thinking of Starting Up? Think of Westminster"
Rain Gods founder Timothy Barnes will be speaking as part of the Westminster Forum Keynote Seminar on Thursday 16 March 2017. The event is title “Developing digital government: service delivery, procurement and priorities for policymakers.” The discussion will include the potential for improving procurement processes across government, including platforms to ease tendering processes for SMEs. A full agenda is available […]Read more "Developing Digital Government: Rain Gods to speak at Westminster eForum Event"
The Rain Gods are delighted to support NACUE’s annual Varsity Pitch programme for 2016. At the semi-finals on 19 October, Double Dutch Drinks were selected as the winner of the Creative and Design Category that we have sponsored. Well done to Joyce and Raissa and good luck for the final!Read more "The Rain Gods Support NACUE’s Future Stars"
The Rain Gods are delighted to help support the Source Summit London Humanitech event on 12 September 2016. The event will bring together 20 African entrepreneurs, all previous finalists of the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Africa Prize, together with advisors, mentors and potential partners that will work to help grow their businesses. The focus will be […]Read more "Rain Gods Sponsors Humanitech Source Summit London"
Programme Coordinator Required for Inter-Cep Part-time Intern Role £100 per day – Typically 1 day per week Outline The International Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Policy (Inter-Cep) is a research resource and knowledge dissemination programme that includes: The development of an online database of public sector interventions in support of enterprise and entrepreneurship around the […]Read more "Inter-Cep is Hiring"
LSE student and entrepreneur, Jaron Soh, has conducted 10 interviews with entrepreneurs to collect their top tips and advice for aspiring student entrepreneurs. Timothy Barnes, founder of The Rain Gods, was one of those interviewed. You can read the full interview here.Read more "Rain Gods founder among 10 entrepreneurs giving tips to students"
The Rain Gods and Westminster Kingsway College (WKC) have collaborated to produce an exciting new co-working space looking to support the development of businesses bringing digital disruption to government, an area known as CivTech. The facility has already attracted its first members who will help to test the space and it is developed through the […]Read more "Rain Gods Move Into Their Rain Cloud"