Our editorial team
The editorial team of Silicon Canals consists of Akansha Srivastava (editor in chief) and various freelance writers and guest contributors. Contact us? Click here.
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As the former editor-in-chief at Campus and Content King at Upcoming, Aaron has his way with words. For Silicon Canals, he's an editor-at-large. In daily life, he's a freelance communication specialist for Bureau Mirck and Proudly Represents.
Akansha Srivastava is Silicon Canals' Editor in Chief. A typical tech trend follower. Favorite job: analyzing the global tech industry. A true camera geek, gadget lover and a travel enthusiast. You can reach her via [email protected]
Community growth manager at Rockstart, communications specialist, and tech journalist. Fan of startup ecosystems, hardcore technology, and the Oxford comma. Send a good pitch to [email protected]
Ashley is a freelance copywriter based in Amsterdam. Her interests include innovation, the environment, and food.
Writes about technology for as long as anyone remembers. Hangs out with Apple, Samsung and Sony, but is just as interested in the Google-killer you're currently building in your parents' garage. Tries to learn Polish because reasons.
Former Editor at Silicon Canals. Plays guitar, loves gaming.
Discourse and argumentation studies graduate who loves to meditate. Reporter at Silicon Canals.
Content marketing- & event manager at Silicon Canals.
Lotte is freelance journalist, tekstschrijver en (web)redacteur. Schrijft voor journalistieke bronnen maar doet daarnaast regelmatig copywriting klusjes en PR voor ondernemers, bedrijven en startups.
Former Senior editor and sub-editor at Silicon Canals. Trying to ensure no typo will slip through the cracks.
Always look over your shoulder, we might be right behind you. Email the editorial team at [email protected]
Founder and publisher, so basically the end boss of Silicon Canals. Active in the Dutch startup scene since 2001. Now widely known in the ecosystem as the Startup Godfather, thanks to BNR Radio.
Sharjeel Sohaib is an enterprise technology writer. He writes about technology, cyber-security, and the Internet of Things.
Grew up reading tech magazines and comic books. I binge on books, manga, movies, anime, and everything in between. Nothing makes my day like an innovative idea and a good tech story.