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Wazoku acquires US open innovation leader InnoCentive and raises additional £1.25M to support global growth

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Idea management scaleup creates unique proposition for crowdsourcing, idea management and open innovation on one platform London, United Kingdom. 10 July 2020 – Idea management software and services firm Wazoku has announced a new funding round of £1.25M, led by Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and Venture Capital Trust (VCT) specialist, Calculus Capital, supported by other shareholders and members of the …

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Wazoku makes two senior hires as the idea management scaleup prepares itself for further growth in 2020

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Idea management scaleup Wazoku has made two new senior hires, as the company readies itself for further growth in 2020. Kathryn Layland joins as Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) based in Wazoku’s London HQ, while Alex Butucea arrives as Wazoku’s new Director of Software Engineering, in the company’s Bristol office.  Layland has held senior global revenue positions with several AdTech solution providers and has experience of growing and scaling SaaS businesses on an international basis, including setting …


Wazoku are proud to join Upscale 4.0

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A study by the World Economic Forum found that whilst not all start-ups make it big, the ones that do greatly impact society by means of new technology, services and increased employment. It is a true honour for Wazoku to have been selected as one of a cohort of 30 companies in Upscale 4.0. We join some great companies in …


Sustaining employee engagement: Aviva shows us how to do it creatively

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Engaging employees is important. Pretty much everyone knows that these days and it’s consistently high on the enterprise agenda. Our sales team are constantly being told “we need to engage employees”, and it’s no wonder with research showing that organisations with a high level of engagement report 22% higher productivity. And as my colleague Rosemarie Diegnan wrote earlier this year, workers …