James founded Tyfy in June 2017 as a way of helping students enter the world of graduate employment. Since then he has built the company into a recognised peer mentoring software solution in the academic industry. Tyfy now aims to help students with a range of issues from their course to their mental health.
James handles client outreach and communications, networking and development, as well as general business administration for the company. He also hates having his photograph taken, if you could tell from above.
“The goal of Tyfy is to connect students to one another to help them settle in to University and also prepare them for the ‘real world’ of graduate employment.”
Tyfy is growing rapidly within UK Universities, get in touch here if you’d like to be part of the Connected Campus.