Tech From The Top – S1E1 – Russell Horton – CEO, FluidOne

Comms Business Live is delighted to announce the new live stream series ‘Tech From The Top’, presented by Adrian Barnard, CEO of Alpha Beta Solutions.

The series will exclusively focus on top CEO’s and directors across the ICT sector and will see Barnard delve into the business lives of the Channel’s top minds.

In our first episode, Barnard is joined by CEO of FluidOne, Russell Horton. In this in-depth interview Russell explains not only his ambitions for FluidOne but also how he structures his time in order to progress towards that goal.

Find out how Russell keeps his staff motivated, his business philosophy and much more at 3:30pm on Monday 2nd July.

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