Clodagh Murphy

Clodagh Murphy
Clodagh Murphy
Director

Clodagh is a business leader, holding over two decades’ experience in the tech and IT sectors. Her career began in 1996 working in San Francisco for a Mutual Fund Company, Montgomery Asset Management. Clodagh then moved back to her home city, Dublin where she spent four years in a variety of roles for eircom, the incumbent telecommunications provider. In 2003, Clodagh relocated to the UK and has had a number of leadership roles in Tech & IT Services businesses, including KCOM Group PLC, where she progressed to Managing Director of Eclipse Internet and grew that business from £20m to £40m turnover.

Clodagh has also held and continues to hold, numerous Non-Executive Directorship and Chair roles in the Exeter region across a variety of industries. However, one thing that her board roles have in common is her passion for helping other budding entrepreneurs and business leaders excel in their career journeys.

Overcoming the fear of failure

Overcoming the fear of failure

Published on 07 April, 2022

Whether a boy or girl, child or adult, the fear of failure is something that affects over 30 per cent of the population. A phobia that controls us more than our dislike of spiders, being home alone and even the paranormal.

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An interview with... Tech South West

An interview with... Tech South West

Published on 24 March, 2022

One sector in which women are still vastly underrepresented is STEM. Last year, it was reported by UNESCO that women make up only 24 per cent of the core STEM workforce, a worryingly low number. However, there seems to be hope on the horizon.

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Inspiring Girls

Inspiring Girls

Published on 08 March, 2022

78 per cent of female business owners report to have not had female role models throughout their career. Just under a third said that this lack of inspiration and guidance meant that their entrepreneurial journey had been slower and that they don’t feel as successful as they could have been.

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What to do when you’ve reached the top of the career ladder

What to do when you’ve reached the top of the career ladder

Published on 11 February, 2022

Reaching ‘the top’ of a career looks different for everyone, it’s not a one-size-fits-all ambition. While some may look to fulfil the average 24 year sprint to CEO level, others may place satisfaction on the numbers shown in their bank account, the assets they hold, or the positive emotional connection they have with their profession and role within society.  

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