Meet
the team

We’re on a mission to revolutionise client conversations.

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Andrew Jordon

Andrew Jordan

CEO & co-founder

Seasoned B2B SAAS director and qualified accountant

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Ben Ritchie

Ben Ritchie

CTO & co-founder

Software developer with several start-ups and CPO/CTO roles under his belt

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Sarah Broderick

Sarah Broderick

COO & co-founder

Cambridge MBA with 10+ years of experience in private equity and growth

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Jon Oakley

Jon Oakley

Head of sales

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Rory Macrae

Rory Macrae

Head of design

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Arkadiusz Ostrowski

Arkadiusz Ostrowski

Full-stack developer

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David Tuck

David Tuck

Consultant

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Mihail Marian

Mihail Marian

Junior developer

Kathryn Bezuidenhout

Kathryn Bezuidenhout

Marketing executive

Angel investors

What we’ve built so far wouldn’t be possible without the backing of our amazing investors.

  • Rob Dobson – Founder, Software
  • Sam Hardy – Private equity
  • James Isilay — Founder, Cognism
  • Rashesh Joshi – Business owner, accounting
  • Temi Ladega — VP, JP Morgan
  • Guy Pearson — Founder, Practice Ignition
  • Tim & Heather Rayner – Accounting / education
  • Steven Shingler — ex Amazon & Google
  • David Tuck — Founder, Chaser
  • Judith Wilson — Founder, Marketry
  • Brendan Woods — Founder, AutoEntry
Tim and Heather Rayner Accounting, Education https://www.linkedin.com/in/tim-rayner-22691828/
Connect4 founders

How we got here

We’ve all experienced the pain of remote client meetings.

We know how difficult it can be to build rapport, let alone generate productive outcomes. Founder Andrew is a former accountant (and tech company director) and a passionate believer in the transformative power of technology, when it’s combined with the right processes and people.

2020 propelled the adoption of remote working practices. But these radical changes were always on the horizon. Connect4 was born out of a desire to build something that addresses a new era of communication challenges.

Conversations are more valuable than ever and we must stop them becoming commoditised as they move online.