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Patrick Halford

Vice President, Key Digital Technologies

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Patrick Halford is working as a Vice President at Spinverse, leading a team of consultants, project managers and analysts working in the area of Key Digital Technologies.

A European with a heavy British accent, Patrick has lived and worked the past 20 years in the Nordic countries, with the recent years focusing on the mobility and drone space with corporates, governments, research organisations and startups, helping to develop their strategies. A lot of his work has been about developing consortiums across Nordic countries. He has also been working with research institutions across Europe.

Patrick is also on the faculty of the Singularity University, responsible for mobility and drones.

Patrick is a mentor on startup accelerators across Europe which has given him insight into exponential technologies across industries. He also teaches business model innovation at Hanken & SSE and Copenhagen Business School. This gives Patrick an excellent global network into various disciplines, which is sure to benefit Spinverse’s customers in many ways.

In his spare time, Patrick enjoys kayaking, gym and exploring the Finnish outdoors.

 

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Public sector

VTT finds Spinbase an excellent tool to identify suitable funding

Technical Research Center (VTT) experts in European Commission Programmes team are specialised in scouting for suitable EU-funded calls to find funding for the VTT research projects. Isab...

Public sector

How Tampere University revolutionised their process of finding the suitable funding opportunities for future projects

Spinbase is a tool developed by Spinverse to ease the complex task of finding the most suitable EU funding instrument for various R&D projects and at the same time, for identifying th...

ICT & Security

Pan-European consortium brings supercomputer service to Finland

As a result of a successful and highly competitive bid by the LUMI (Large Modified Modern Infrastructure) consortium of 8 European countries and EU, CSC datacenter in Kajaani, Finland, wi...