Advanced Markets for Irregular Employment


Team montageWe have been helped by technical, political and project management expertise.








WR speakingWingham Rowan – Director of Beyond Jobs

A former technology journalist Wingham was producer/host of the UK’s longest running television series about the Internet: on ITV. Wingham has overseen multiple implementations of new flexible workforce or volunteering tools for organisations including: Tesco, Cabinet Office, Department of Health and many local authorities.


Unknown-3Tom Baldwin – Technical Architect, Director of Polymorphism. 

Tom is the director of Polymorphism and has led the development of CEDAH technology since 2010. He has worked on the development and implementation of major IT projects for LearndirectNHS (National Health Service) Digital and InnovateUK


Unknown-1Karen Miller – Senior Developer 

Karen has been a senior developer on CEDAH technology since 2010. She has been integral to the delivery of our software for Tesco and Walmart Foundation. She has also worked in public and private sectors for LearndirectHSBCRAC, HP and GPT Siemens.


Unknown-5Victoria Luscombe – Senior Developer 

Vic. joined the team in 2017, as a senior developer. Vic has over 15 years enterprise application development experience gained as a Lead Java Developer.


Unknown-2Richard Popple – Technical Architect

Rich is a senior Java architect, who has worked on the development of the CEDAH technical architecture and Americanisation. 


Unknown-4Tunde Adeola – Intern

Tunde joined the Polymorphism team as an intern in 2017. He has continued to work on the development of CEDAH software during the final year of his BSc Computer Science degree, in which he expects to gain a first class degree.


UnknownCari Morton – Project Manager

Cari is Polymorphism’s project manager. She has experience of managing teams and mentoring colleagues in both the public and private sectors, and now oversees the day-to-day development of CEDAH projects. 

Advisors (UK)

RT1Richard Tyrie: a former recruiter who joined the UK’s first employment website in 1996. He went on to set up, the UK’s first employment network for the public and third sector. He has supported the Beyond Jobs vision since 2006.


LJKWLord Knight of Weymouth: former Minister of Employment and Welfare Reform, “Sharing Economy” advocate, trustee of Nominet Trust and MD of a global online learning provider.




ST-headshotStephen Timms MP: former software executive who has been an East London MP since 1994. He has been Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Minister for Digital Britain, Minister for Pensions in the DWP and is currently Shadow Employment Minister.


wsb_165x184_ICT+photoIan Taylor: former MP, Science Minister and chair of the Parliamentary & Scientific Committee; now on the board of innovation driven businesses and charities including Living PlanIT SA. He chairs the Rainbow Seed Fund Advisory Board: the Fund invests on behalf of leading UK publicly funded research organisations.

CarolineCaroline Waters OBE: former Director of People and Policy for BT (British Telecom) and HR Director of the Year. Founder and Chair of Employers for Carers and Chair of the Lone Parents’ working group. Currently Deputy Chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission and Vice President of CarersUK.

ChrisYappChris Yapp: Chris is the former Head of Public Sector Innovation for Microsoft and has also worked for HP, Fujitsu and Honeywell. He now speaks and writes extensively on the future of IT and advises government bodies. He is the British Computer Society’s regular blogger on the Future of IT.


Tony-Fish1-140x150Tony Fish: entrepreneur and investor behind many successful start-ups. Advisor on innovation policy and founder of FabLab, Innovation Warehouse and AMF Ventures. Venture Capital advisor. Initiator of the Digital20 think tank. Author of My Digital Footprint (2009), Mobile web 2.0 (2007) and Open Gardens; the innovator’s guide to the mobile data industry (2004).

Brendan_08_websize1Brendan Martin: Managing Director of Public World. A former journalist, he has consulted for The World Bank, the International Labour Organisation and Public Services International and advised the Organisation for Economic  Co-operation and Development.



Advisors (Non-UK) 

steve-picUS – Dr. Stephen Commins: formerly Senior Human Development Specialist at the World Bank where he worked on economic crisis, poverty and service delivery issues. Currently Lecturer in Regional and International Development, Department of Urban Planning, and Associate Director, Global Public Affairs, Luskin School, UCLA.


37df246INDIA – Manas Pattnaik: India based investor and entrepreneur with long standing interest in public policy. Formerly in California, has worked for Microsoft and Qualcomm and consulted for organisations including SanDisk and Fannie Mae.


2a1bebdIRELAND – Mervyn Taylor: Pathfinder project and programme leader with background in citizens information services and NGOs and public policy engagement in Dublin and Brussels on innovative technology related initiatives.


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