Dale Murray
Dale Murray started her career at Pricewaterhouse Coopers then subsequently joined the founding team of Vodafone New Zealand and took the company through commercial launch. Dale relocated to the UK and after a stint at media giant Pearson and while studying for her MBA from London Business School, co-founded the mobile phone top-up company Omega Logic. Within 3 years she had built top-up transactions to £88m (generating annual revenue of £7m) and led a partial-exit to Eposs Ltd. She then became Eposs’s CEO, sold the group to First Data Corporation, and within another 3 years built top-ups to £450m (annual revenue of £25m).

Dale is now an early-stage investor and was awarded British Angel Investor of the Year in 2011.

She is also a Non-Executive Director for the British Government's Department for BIS and for UK Trade & Investment. You can follow Dale on Twitter @dalejmurray.

Entries by Dale Murray

How to be Strong and When to be Weak

(0) Comments | Posted 12 November 2013 | (13:48)

"Is Mummy ever going to walk again?" asked my 7-year old, bottom lip wobbling.

Two weeks ago I had a total hip replacement. I damaged the joint somehow many years ago - probably skiing - and my body responded in an unusual way. It produced bone to fix the damage,...

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Cut EU Red Tape: Help Businesses Grow and Compete

(2) Comments | Posted 15 October 2013 | (07:46)

In the Summer I was asked by the Prime Minister David Cameron to join a taskforce to report on what business thinks of the red tape that the European Union comes up with.

I've seen first hand how tied-up businesses can get while trying to understand how to comply with...

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Angels Helping to Bridge the Gap

(1) Comments | Posted 27 February 2013 | (20:54)

There is a huge equity gap in the UK. Businesses, particularly start-ups and the smaller businesses, are not able to raise the equity finance they need to grow. Various estimates suggest the gap is anything from £26 billion to £59 billion for smaller businesses. That is a lot of businesses...

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