In this episode Christian talks to Claire Valoti, Vice President (International) of messaging giant Snapchat – a platform used by more than 80 per cent of the UK’s 13 – 24 year olds.
Claire came out of maternity leave at the end of March and straight into a global pandemic as Snap’s most senior employee outside of the US.
In this show she talks about what she’s learnt during that time and discusses the issues shaping the tech and social media world, from online harms to turning a profit.
Also in this episode Christian looks at the Chancellor’s latest tax plan; the Bank of England’s view of the economy; and the travel industry’s latest plea for help.
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