Talking SME Podcast – Don’t Blame it on the Tech

We’re delighted to welcome Richard McBarnet to our new Talking SME Podcast. This is a series of podcasts where we talk about a wide range of topics with business experts, and offer broad insights to help SMEs become more successful.

In this episode, Richard McBarnet, CEO of IT company Lumina Technologies and also Chair of Herts IoD, discusses how being technologically fit can help your business succeed now and into the future.

Having founded Lumina Technologies in 1998, today the firm is an established IT Managed Service Provider. Lumina Technologies has proven expertise in delivering and supporting enterprise-grade IT ecosystems for larger firms and fast-growing start-ups.

Richard’s role has evolved from founder and first engineer to now CEO and strategic leader. His day to day responsibilities include being the visionary, moral compass, strategist and custodian of the business. Coupled with that, is his strong emphasis on driving the team and the company forward. Even though he has long since hung up his engineering hat, he still provides consulting services to his clients. These are specifically around IT strategy, budgeting, operational maturity, cyber security and business continuity. He revels in solving business problems and applying technology, where appropriate, to deliver creative solutions.

In addition, he is also Branch Chair and Cyber Security Ambassador for the Institute of Directors (IoD) Herts.


Click here to find out how Ten2Two can help your business survive and thrive.

Don’t forget to check out our other Talking SME Podcasts here.


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