Helen writes articles on the future of jobs, Baby-Boomers and the ramifications of longer lives, and gives talks and provides consulting to businesses and associations. Please contact for further information.
As a businesswoman who co-founded a travel dot-com at the turn of the millennium and before that sold (and repaired) the first "portable" computers and laptops in the UK, Helen Hallpike has extensive experience at the forefront of technological change in the workplace. She has been employed as a strategic analyst in a number of blue-chip companies, and has worked in France, Germany and Japan. She gained a 1st Class Honours Degree from Oxford University, where she was awarded the Clothworkers' Exhibition and the Heath Harrison Travelling Scholarship, and she holds a PGCE from Cambridge University, the Diploma of the Chartered Institute of Marketing and an MBA from INSEAD European Business School, to which she won the Louis Franck Scholarship for Finance.