Toni Sekinah

Research analyst and features editor
DataIQ

Toni is the 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 set up thetechtonic.com.

@tonisekinah

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With a unique selling point of curating all of the sellers and products on its markeplace website, notonthehighstreet bills itself as the home of thoughtful gifts. It began life in the kitchen of one... more
Antony Bourne, president of enterprise software company IFS Industries, doesn't believe that AI is a thing in and of itself. Instead, he believes that AI is an umbrella term that encompasses a... more
The data and analytics industry is firmly established in Scotland, from The Datas Lab and its annual Data Fest through to data-driven start-ups like Skyscanner. But what of the institutions turning... more
Data ethics can seem like a nebulous and vague concept. It has come to the fore as a consequence of severe misuse and absue of personal data by previously trusted companies. Helen Lippell, a taxonomy... more
Yemi Okunade, data intelligence manager at TI Media, has been with the company for ten years having started as a data analyst. During that time, he has seen monumental changes in the industry and the... more
Manchester’s Inward Investment Agency has commissioned The Data City, a new company launched after a longstanding collaboration between the Open Data Institute Leeds and Bloom Media, to map... more
At the end of May, 22 data enthusiasts turned up at a building in the vicinity of Royal Mail’s iconic Mount Pleasant sorting office in central London for a charity hackathon. Not only did this event... more
To Jennifer Major the traditional stereotype of the people working in data is either white, middle-class people or geeky nerds, but she is seeing this starting to change. With a broader recognition... more
Corporate data literacy is defined by Qlik as the ability of a company’s workforce to read, analyse and utilise data for decisions, communicate with data throughout the organisation, and use that... more
One in four of the students at Ada, the national college for digital skills in Tottenham, north London are female, a notable achievement at an institution where taking a BTEC computer science is... more

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