Exit stage right

Aug 31st will officially be my last day of employment with SpinVox.

As you may be aware, things have been quite tense and anxious of late (at least when I’ve been in the country anyway), and it’s become very clear to me that my predicted shelf-life for this chapter of my career was accurate. It’s time to move on.

The past two years have been, in the main, awesome. I’ve learnt a hell of a lot and have had the good fortune of working with some amazing people on some fantastic projects.

In fairness to SpinVox, I had every intention of leaving around about now so this timetable of events has always been on the cards. Trust me when I say: I will take much of what I’ve learnt in my time in Marlow long into my professional life.

What next? Well, I’m talking to some people about prospective new projects, but right now, I’m just looking forward to being back in London and taking a much needed break.

Although, on that note, if you think there’s a project we should be working together on either now, or in the future, then by all means get in touch.

You can reach me – as always – on james at whatleydude dot com

Thanks for reading.

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Author: James Whatley

Chief Strategy Officer in adland. I got ❤️ for writing, gaming, and figuring stuff out. I'm @whatleydude pretty much everywhere that matters. Nice to meet you x

58 thoughts on “Exit stage right”

  1. You’ve been doing a great job when the shit hit the fan at Spinvox. The openness and transparency of your replies to questions were unparalleled in the computer biz.

    Unfortunately, your successors are already reverting to the “bad old ways”…

  2. hey dude – just saw this. all the very best for whatever your next gig is. i’m sure i’ll see you around soon enough. 🙂

  3. Mate,

    I was away on holidays and then at a Conference and I missed this huge BOMB. Wow! I hope things go well in the future and you find something amazing to take you forward into the future.

    All the best your mate in Canada!


  4. You’re probably one of my long lost relatives. My ancestors came from England in the 1760’s. His name was James Phineas Alexander Whatley.

    We own and operate a guest ranch in the beautiful Texas Hill Country so if you are ever in the neighborhood, stop by for a visit.

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