Toni Sekinah

Research analyst and reports editor
DataIQ

Toni is research analyst and features editor at DataIQ. She previously worked for  C21 Media and TechCityinsider, writing about TV and content, entrepreneurs, investors and other influential people in the UK tech scene.

Toni graduated in 2014 with an MA in Financial Journalism from City University London. She is also a certified and qualified massage therapist, scuba diver and English language teacher. She speaks fluent Spanish and recently set up thetechtonic.com.

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Get support and be supported by sharing and collaborating. This was the key message from senior analytics manager Richard Bovey on what he has learnt from setting up the analytics team at Jaguar Land... more
In the run up to Halloween, it is only fitting that DataIQ tells some scary stories. Did you know that innocuous objects that you might have in your home can turn into zombies? A zombie, more... more
I overheard a curious conversation at the bus stop recently. Two friends were arguing about which route to take to get from Hammersmith to Hoxton. One seemed to know London quite well, the other not... more
The UK’s energy suppliers are operating in a landscape of intense competition with 54 active utilities providers in the market, according to Ofgem, the growing appeal of solar panels and batteries to... more
Creating a great data team starts long before you get a bunch of data professionals on payroll and in the same room. For Tim Lum who is innovating business intelligence, analytics and big data at... more
Internet of things edge computing and analytics is a technology on the up, according to the Gartner Hype Cycle, as we’ve mentioned previously at DataIQ. Edge analytics allows connected devices to run... more
Caroline Bellamy became the first chief data officer at Ordnance Survey, Great Britain’s mapping agency, in June 2017 after many years in the commercial sphere. She talks about her plans for her new... more
For the first Women of Analytics panel to be held in Europe, four panellists discussed diversity. Suggestions were made and experiences were shared about understanding, accommodating and make the... more
Newcastle will be home to a £30 million data innovation centre to help companies and the public sector develop the skills to make the most of the data revolution. The aim of the National Innovation... more
As part of the launch of the Data Skills Taskforce's latest report, Data Skills for the Future, which is led by Accenture and Pearson, innovation centre Nesta convened a panel of data professionals... more

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