Makers Academy

Like Oxbridge meets the Royal Marines, but for people who want to learn to code, Makers Academy is a highly-selective, 12 week, full-time program that teaches web development. Our applicants are usually entrepreneurs who want to be their own tech-cofounder, people looking to change careers, freelancers looking to diversify their skill-set or people that are simply passionate about learning to code. We have a new cohort starting every 6 weeks.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
London, GB
Founded
2012
Size (employees)
88 (est)+12%
Makers Academy was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in London, GB

Key People at Makers Academy

Evgeny Shadchnev

Evgeny Shadchnev

Co-founder and CEO
Ruben Kostucki

Ruben Kostucki

COO
Jordan Poulton

Jordan Poulton

Director of Sales & Marketing
Rob Johnson

Rob Johnson

Cofounder / Advisor / Board Member
Will Bentinck

Will Bentinck

Head of Careers
Arfah Farooq

Arfah Farooq

Head of Marketing

Makers Academy Office Locations

Makers Academy has offices in London and Greater London
London, GB (HQ)
50 Commercial St
Greater London, GB
50 Commercial St

Makers Academy Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2012

Makers Academy Financial Metrics

GBP

Cash (31-Dec-2015)

252.6 k
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Cash

212.9 k312.8 k252.6 k

Accounts Receivable

39.9 k317.8 k390.8 k

Current Assets

345.2 k630.6 k643.4 k

PP&E

37 k77 k114.5 k
Y, 2015

Financial Leverage

4.1 x
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Makers Academy Online and Social Media Presence

Makers Academy News and Updates

'I couldn’t count the number of times I was the only woman in the room': Fintech has a gender problem

LONDON — New figures highlight the fintech industry's gender diversity problem, with women representing just 29% of staff in the sector. A "fintech census" carried out by EY and industry body Innovate Finance and published on Thursday highlights the male dominance of the muc…

This Inspiring Graduate Self-Funded His Entire Student Fees And Is Helping Others Do The Same

“Tuition fees tripled – it forced me in a position I didn’t want to be in, and... it thrust me into entrepreneurship.” View Entire Post ›

What we want from the government's long-awaited digital strategy

The tech industry on both sides of the Atlantic has been united in opposition to restrictive immigration policies, with advocates, entrepreneurs and investors making it clear that access to talent is crucial to building a healthy technology ecosystem. But a global tech sector also requires access…

UK faces triple whammy from skills shortfall, visa restrictions and Brexit uncertainty

 Britain’s tech sector faces a “triple whammy” hit to its workforce without government action, according to a new report. Firstly, from a critical fall-off in STEM skills in its own population; secondly, from visa restrictions on the availability of high-skilled specialists from overseas; and, third…

The tech industry still needs clarity on Theresa May’s Brexit aims

Theresa May’s speech yesterday was packed with soundbites that would give the casual listener reason to be optimistic. She intends to make Britain into a “great global trading nation” while investing in infrastructure, and said that the referendum result was a decision to go “truly global”. She u…

The Emotion Journal wins the Disrupt London 2016 Hackathon Grand Prize

 Some of them were participating in our event for the first time, while others were regular hackers. Their challenge was to come up with a neat, funny and smart hack in just 24 hours. We could all feel the excitement in the air when the 63 teams took the stage to present a short one-minute demo to i…
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