Hannah Quinton, Head of eLearning for GuyKat Solutions, Creative Director for CloudTeach and previous winner of Developer of the Year and Small Business of the Year will be a judge at this years’ Silicon Canal Tech Awards.


Hannah has a passion for creative, digital media and leading a team to build engaging online learning. In 2017 she won the Silicon Canal Developer of the Year, and since this award, she has taken the plunge to create a partner company for a new exciting complementary venture to her original job role. Her day-to-day responsibilities involve heading up the entire content creation team that develops bespoke eLearning modules delivered to tens of thousands of professionals in over 50 countries, spanning every continent, in 12 different languages, on a daily basis. She prides herself on working and partnering with the likes of Mondelez (parent of Cadbury), L’Oreal, SAP, Unilever and Amnesty International. She is a Birmingham promoter, having moved here from home town of London, and is often found at local tech networking events talking about the Birmingham tech scene and lifestyle. You will struggle to meet a more enthusiastic woman in tech. Also, fun fact, she has an irrational phobia of ketchup.

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Molly Thompson

Molly Thompson

Hi, I’m the Community Engagement Officer for Silicon Canal (CIC), where I am connecting, supporting and promoting individuals and companies in the tech community, from startups and freelancers to SME’s and multinationals, with the aim of making the West Midlands the very best region for people living and working in technology.

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The Birmingham Tech Awards 2019

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