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Stephen Feline

Director of North AmericaLondon & Partners

New York, NY

Member Since February 2023

Skills

Business Development & Partnerships
Client Relations
Economics

About

In his role as Head of North America, Stephen supports international businesses looking to expand into and scale in the UK as well as helping London-based companies setup and secure new clients in North America. London & Partners mission is to create economic growth that is resilient, sustainable and inclusive. Prior to joining London & Partners in 2019, Stephen managed a sub-division of an edtech in New York working primarily with clients in the financial services sector such as BlackRock, Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan and delivered services across Canada, the US, and the UK. Stephen has been quoted in media outlets including Fast Company, Fox Business and VentureBeat.

Published content

2024 fintech predictions: How London and North America can shape the future of transatlantic business

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Overall, companies and investors alike should feel optimistic about transatlantic partnerships in 2024.

20 ways to boost your brand's credibility in the marketplace

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Whether you're building a small, medium, or large business, developing a credible company reputation that potential clients and customers can rely on is what truly matters at the end of the day. If you are just starting in business, it's oftentimes difficult to book and retain your first major client if they're not familiar with your work.  Below, 20 Fast Company Executive Board members weigh in on the best ways to exceed customer expectations and create long-lasting loyalty—giving you the boost in credibility you need to win over potential clients.

How London kept its Olympic torch lit: A blueprint for LA and Paris to establish post-Olympic legacies

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The games are more than just a fond memory for people in London—they left a permanent impression on the people of London as well as the built environment.

Startup incubators vs. accelerator programs: 9 factors to consider 

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If you're about to apply, consider these key points. There are a variety of resources available for new entrepreneurs to consider when they are just starting out and trying to grow a successful business in their market. Associating your business with either a startup incubator or accelerator program is one idea to consider if you are looking for opportunities to connect with mentors, technology tools, and more to elevate your organization to its next level.   We asked nine experts from Fast Company Executive Board to each discuss one factor that every rising leader should consider when they are weighing their options about which route to take. 

To provide opportunities for diverse workers, look where diverse talent has had success

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As a business leader, if you genuinely care about diversity in your workforce, consider going where diverse tech talent already exists rather than trying to relocate employees to your existing HQs.

17 tips to help leaders navigate wavering consumer behavior patterns

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Here's how to stay on top of changing trends and keep consumers satisfied with your brand. Although innovative technologies continue to evolve in order to keep up with changing consumer trends in the marketplace, sometimes it is still difficult for business leaders to gauge which way their particular client or potential customer may be leaning next. Over the years, the following experts from Fast Company Executive Board have also been impacted by changing consumer behavior patterns and preferences in their specific markets. Below, they share some best practices to help other leaders remain true to their brands while still meeting customer expectations.

Company details

London & Partners

Company bio

London & Partners is the business growth and destination agency for London – it is our mission to create economic growth that is resilient, sustainable and inclusive. Our work shines a global spotlight on London; we support the Mayor of London's priorities by promoting London internationally as a leading world city.

Industry

Corporate leadership

Area of focus

Government
Politics
Tourism

Company size

201 - 500