Intern Tech focus on creating valuable knowledge transfer. This goes both ways between student and employer. We believe that the best way to learn is through ‘doing’, and the second best way to learn is to ask someone who has done it! Our team within Intern Tech provide all the help and guidance you need to succeed on our program but it is our partners, affiliates and experts that can really excel your knowledge. Our alumni network extends beyond just past students to industry experts as well. It is this transparent knowledge transfer that enables our students to maximise on our programs after they have left. Members of the Intern Tech community are able to ‘Ask An Expert’ and get real life advice from those who have been where they are, and are now where they want to be.

Roll over some of our experts below to get a taste of the talent at your fingertips with an Internship with Intern Tech.

Chris Bruno

CEO Social INK

Chris started Social INK in 2008, offering digital marketing solutions for clients based in Gibraltar and London. In 2011 he started an online TV channel, which lead to him covering major events at the UN, Brussels, Downing Street and even the White House. In 2015 he sold the online TV channel and focused purely on helping businesses achieve results through Social Media and other channels online. Today, the company continues to grow, with clients across Europe, the US and Dubai.

Hannah Mirza

Global Head Media Partnerships at MediaCom

Hannah Mirza is a Global Head Media Partnerships at MediaCom. Her core responsibility has been in product development and delivery for existing and emerging media services and innovation projects. Hannah is responsible for managing the relationships of Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo and Twitter amongst other key digital entities with the agency. This has included social, partnerships, search, programmatic and digital media as well as consultancy on emerging consumer technology trends such as Internet of Things, Virtual and Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence and Wearables.

Ask me about:
Product development and delivery
Consumer technology trends LoT, V&A reality, AI and Wearables.
Digital transformation & tech innovation in commerce

Pau Garcia-Mila

``Innovator of the Year`` by MIT's TR-35. Serial Entreprenuer. Co Founder Ideafoster

Born in Barcelona in 1987, Pau Garcia-Milà is an entrepreneur and communicator. He was 17 years old when he founded his first company, eyeOS, which was subsequently acquired by Telefónica. During that period, Pau was named Innovator of the Year in 2011 by MIT’s TR-35 and was honoured with the Prince of Asturias and Girona “IMPULSA Empresa 2010″ Award.

Pau currently combines his work at his most recent venture, IdeaFoster, with lectures at ESADE (he teaches on the Masters in Digital Business). He is also an external expert working with the research team at the IMD’s VC2020 Research Centre.

Rubi Kaur

Senior Technical Architect at Vodafone Group

Rubi Kaur is a Senior Technical Architect at Vodafone Group. She has over 20 years’ Technical lead and managerial experience from previous technology roles at BT, O2 and the UK Government. Rubi is a Fellow of the BCS (The British Computer Society - the Chartered Institute for IT) and a chartered IT professional, also serving on the committee for the BCSWomen SG and on the SteerCo for the Vodafone Group Womens network, where she leads the “Inspiring Leadership” programme. Rubi is passionate for the encouragement and advancement for more Women in Technology. She is an elected member of the British Computer Society Advisory Council who’s mission it is to make “IT Good for Society” and also a member of the BCS Employers and Organisation Board. In 2016 Rubi was on the Judges panel for the Computer Weekly's Most Influential Women in UK IT awards.
Ask me about …

Technical Design and Architecture
Building your network
Being confident
Smashing Gender Stereotypes