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Rain Gods Recognised for Diversity at The Rain Cloud Westminster

We are delighted that the Westminster Business Council has shortlisted the Rain Gods in the diversity category of their annual business awards for 2019. The focus of our nomination was the Rain Cloud Westminster and the high proportion of female members and female-led organisations that we have in the space, which is significantly higher than other…

We’re Hiring: Community Support Manager for The Rain Cloud

What's This All About? The Rain Gods Ltd operates a co-working space and incubator for small companies and charities looking to bring innovation to government and the public-sector, called the Rain Cloud. Approximately 85-90 people, known as members, and sixteen-twenty organisations are based in the space, some of whom are listed here, although this list…

The Rain Gods to Work with Cambridge Judge Launchpad On “World-First” Programme in GovTech Entrepreneurship

The Rain Gods, a London-based company, and The Cambridge Judge Launchpad at Cambridge University have responded positively to the announcement by the UK Government that it will form a dedicated GovTech Catalyst team and provide £20 million to help tech firms deliver innovative fixes to public sector challenges (London, 15 November) by announcing a new GovTech…

Developing Digital Government: Rain Gods to speak at Westminster eForum Event

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…