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Beth Walker

Beth Walker

Growth Executive @Hack and Craft

Beth is our Growth Executive, responsible for showcasing the world-class innovation we deliver here at Hack and Craft, as well as developing strategy to build on our successful history so that we continue to prosper in the future. With a background in Marketing and a degree in English with Creative Writing, Beth is passionate about communication, idea transfer and strategy. Beth's work and research have appeared in various magazines and national publications, notably The Times.


Posts by Beth Walker

How to increase supply chain resilience in 2024

2023 saw significant changes to the world’s climate, economy and geopolitical structures. Unforeseen change and consequent disruptions are inevitable, and it is imperative that businesses prioritise resilience to survive this new market landscape. Discover how to make your supply chain more resilient in 2024.

Presenting our Digital Twins at Berlin’s leading data science conference

We recently attended Berlin’s leading data science conference. Our Managing Director, Harry McCarney, presented our digital supply chain twins and sat on a discussion panel focused on driving data science innovation.

The key to better decision-making for shipping supply chains

Our scenario modelling technology is helping leaders in shipping and logistics make quicker, insight-driven decisions for better outcomes in their complex supply chains

Hack & Craft’s latest company meetup in Izmir

Our engineering teams recently met in the Turkish coastal town of Alaçatı, Izmir for several days of leisurely socialisation and scenic surroundings. Being an entirely remote company allows us to hire world-class talent, bringing together a variety of perspectives and personalities. However, we strongly believe in the importance of regularly uniting the teams for in-person meetups.

Why Your Company Needs a Digital Ecosystem

Customers require instant, easy access to the digital services and data infrastructure you provide. We recognise the struggles manufacturing and construction companies face with digital transformation. We’re currently seeing high demand for digital connectivity ecosystems to consolidate digital tools and maximise their value. This article explains how this can benefit your business.

Advantages of joining the circular economy

The circular economy is revolutionising the sustainability of supply chains. As we settle into a new year, construction and manufacturing companies should consider a more sustainable, cost effective future.