|University of Sheffield, BA|
Andy McLoughlin is co-founder of Huddle, the enterprise cloud collaboration company. Under the leadership of Andy and co-founder Alastair Mitchell, Huddle is used by more than 100,000 businesses worldwide and has raised more than $40M in venture funding from leading investors including Matrix Partners, Jafco Ventures, DAG Capital, In-Q-Tel (colloquially known as ‘the venture arm of the CIA’), Eden Ventures, and WebEx founder Subrah Iyar. A firm favourite with government organisations, Huddle works with 80% of central UK government departments, including the Cabinet Office and Crown Prosecution Service. Globally recognized brands such as SEGA, P&G, Kia Motors and Unilever also use Huddle to share and work on content with teams inside and outside of their organisations.
Based in San Francisco, Andy manages Huddle’s growing U.S. presence and is responsible for corporate development and product strategy. Andy is also an active early-stage angel investor, working with amazing companies like Pipedrive, Postmates, Buffer, Tray.io, Hullabalu, Intercom and Apiary. Andy holds a BA in Economics but has since forgotten all but the most basic of theories.