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MarketOrders awarded by Corporate Vision for Most Outstanding B2B Technology Start-up

We’re thrilled to announce that MarketOrders has been awarded the title of Most Outstanding B2B Technology Start-up 2021 – UK by Corporate Vision!

The Corporate Excellence Awards were launched by CV Magazine to showcase the companies and individuals that are committed to innovation, business growth, and providing the very best products and services to clients across a wide range of industries.

This award was judged purely on merit by our in-house team with all potential winners assessed against multiple relevant criteria, including company performance over a given period of time, expertise within the industry, sector or region, previous accolades won, and client testimonials or recommendations.

Find out more about the awards here.

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MarketOrders profiled in CIO Look Magazine

We’re delighted to have been profiled by CIO Look in an article titled ‘Sukhi Jutla: Taking Jewellery Industry to the New Heights’. The article was published in CIO Look magazine but you can also read it online here.

This article was part of a special edition of the magazine, “The 10 Most Innovative Business Leaders Revamping the Future 2021”.

A huge thank you to the team at CIO Look for having us part of this issue.

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MarketOrders quoted by Lifewire

Working from home is likely to morph into a permanent hybrid work/office model. This sounds great, but it brings problems of its own. Our Co-Founder & COO, Sukhi Jutla, was quoted in Lifewire article ‘How Work Could Look Different in the Future’.

She said: “I think we will see more ‘flexible’ work become the norm. For example, it will be OK to have a doctor’s appointment in the afternoon where you may need to be ‘off-line’ for a few hours and then can log back in and do the work a bit later. Even if they have to be in the office 1-2 days a week, people will be willing to do longer commutes for a few days rather than five days”.

Click here to read the article.

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MarketOrders sign a pledge helping gender equality

We are proud to have signed the Fawcett East London pledge that will help gender equality. “Asking for salary history is an unfair way to determine salary history &  contributes to the gender and ethnicity pay gap. This practice is not only out-dated but also a potential risk for organisations. We chose to mitigate this risk by displaying the fact that we will not ask for salary history, which will help attract a broader range of candidates and show we are working towards gender equality,” says Ram Krishnna Rao, CEO at MarketOrders.

Learn more about the pledge here.

Find out more about Fawcett East London here.

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MarketOrders quoted by Start it up article

Behind every successful woman is a tribe of other successful women who have her back.

Our Co-Founder & COO, Sukhi Jutla, was recently quoted in Start it up article ‘5 Success Strategies For Female Leaders and Founders’.

She says: “Don’t make assumptions about whether pe.ople have money to invest! I learned quickly that there were many people who were willing to invest large amounts but I hadn’t been telling them I was raising so I assumed they were not likely to invest.”

Click here to read the article.

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MarketOrders featured in IT Munch article

“From creating women-centric dating apps to creating groundbreaking blockchain-based jewelry tech, female tech entrepreneurs around the world are surely breaking the glass ceiling. A study showed that women made only for 25% of the United States’ technology force”, says IT Munch article ‘9 brilliant female tech entrepreneurs that are ruling the world’.

The article features 9 incredible female founders, including our COO Sukhi Jutla: “Sukhi Jutla is an award-winning entrepreneur who is also the co-founder and COO of MarketOrders, a jewellery-technology startup that uses blockchain to make diamond and gold jewellery more transparent and ethical. She is a pioneering international speaker, a thought leader in technology, an influencer and a qualified IBM Blockchain Foundation Developer. In 2018, Jutla made international headlines for becoming the World’s First Number 1 Bestselling ‘Blockchain’ Author.”

Click here to read the article.

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MarketOrders profiled by Retail Jeweller

MarketOrders was recently featured in the April issue of Retail Jeweller. The article, titled ‘A digital marketplace’, introduces our Co-Founder & COO, Sukhi Jutla: “Entrepreneur Sukhi Jutla is hoping MarketOrders, the platform she co-founded, can help the jewellery trade to do business in a more streamlined and efficient way.”

The article, written by Ruth Faulkner, explains MarketOrders’ journey and future technology plans and highlights how blockchain technology can help the jewellery industry become more transparent, trustworthy and efficient.

Click here to access the article (print) and here to access the online article.

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MarketOrders Newsletter: latest news coming your way!

MarketOrders sends a newsletter every two weeks to share the latest news with our supporters, investors, and followers.

If you’d like to get it, get in touch!

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MarketOrders, guest on the Investable podcast

“Digital pioneer Sukhi Jutla on how her blockchain startup is revolutionizing the U.K.’s billion-dollar gold and diamond jewelry market”.

Rebecca Darst interviewed our COO & Co-Founder Sukhi Jutla for the Investable podcast!

Click here to listen to the episode.

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MarketOrders COO & Head of PR featured as Role Models by GLAM

Today more than ever, let’s inspire the next generation of women and show them that they CAN work and THRIVE in the technology fields.

Our COO & Co-Founder, Sukhi Jutla, as well as our Head of PR & Communications, Caroline Hoffmann have both been featured by GLAM as role models.

Check out Sukhi’s profile here and Caroline’s profile here.