Hi, I’m Hannah Feldman, Co-Founder of Kidadlthe technology platform on a mission to educate and inspire the next generation by serving up the best ideas and resources for fun and learning, for children from tots to teenagers. 

Prior to founding Kidadl I worked for 18 years across law, finance and media. I commenced my career as a graduate at global advertising and marketing agency Ogilvy and moved on to qualify and work for 5 years as a corporate lawyer at international firm Linklaters in London and Hong Kong. In 2007, I transitioned from law to finance, joining UBS as a banker in their London office before moving on after 4 years to join private equity firm Hamilton Bradshaw in a role leading strategic partnerships and corporate finance for the firm. 

I decided to take the leap from the advisory to the entrepreneurial world in 2017 to found a business that solved a problem I experienced first-hand as a mum of 3 along with my co-founder Sophie Orman – and Kidadl was born. 

I am here today on 50inTech to help all female founders and women entrepreneurs in tech who are struggling with their family v. work-life balance during this period. 

During the online chat with Caroline Ramade, I will talk about the following topics:

  • Life as a mompreneur during the lockdown: tips from a founder and expert of kids activities
  • The dos and donts when working from home with family
  • The importance of communities and how they can help

& much more!

Join our online interactive workshop for the 50inTech community next Thursday, June 12th, live on Zoom!

When: Friday 12th of June on Zoom 📹

How: upon FREE registration

ABOUT HANNAH FELDMAN

Hannah is Co-founder of Kidadl – the technology platform on a mission to educate and inspire the next generation by serving up the best ideas and resources for fun and learning, for children from tots to teenagers. 

Prior to founding Kidadl Hannah worked for 18 years across law, finance and media. She commenced her career as a graduate at global advertising and marketing agency Ogilvy and moved on to qualify and work for 5 years as a corporate lawyer at international firm Linklaters in London and Hong Kong. In 2007 Hannah transitioned from law to finance, joining UBS as a banker in their London office before moving on after 4 years to join private equity firm Hamilton Bradshaw in a role leading strategic partnerships and corporate finance for the firm. 

Hannah decided to take the leap from the advisory to the entrepreneurial world in 2017 to found a business that solved a problem she experienced first-hand as a mum of 3 along with her co-founder Sophie Orman – and Kidadl was born. 

How to register to this event:

  • Step 1: Register or Log In 50intech.com (it’s a FREE women in tech community)
  • Step 2: Go to Get Inspired to find the event page and book your seat
  • Step 3: Enjoy the community, find a match, more inspiration and start a discussion!