Sukhi Jutla

Co-Founder & COO at MarketOrders

Sukhi Jutla is an award-winning entrepreneur and author, based in London, United Kingdom.
She is a sought after international speaker, thought leader and qualified IBM Blockchain Developer, and has won numerous awards including Asian Women of Achievement, Female Entrepreneur of The Year and named Top 100 European Digital Pioneer by The Financial Times and Google.

In April 2018, Sukhi made global headlines becoming the World’s First #1 Bestselling ‘Blockchain’ Author.

She is the author of 3 books:
• Escape The Cubicle: Quit The Job You Hate, Create A Life You Love
• Authors and The Blockchain
• The FinTech Book

In her book “Escape the cubicle: quit the job you hate, create a life you love”, Sukhi tells her journey of becoming an entrepreneur after years of corporate jobs. She shares her experience and gives tips to empower other people willing to do the same.

Sukhi is a regular media commentator on tech, blockchain and digital disruption, having been featured in over 100+ UK based and international publications.
In 2019, Sukhi was appointed Board Member to the Mayor of London's Digital Skills Partnership, representing the voice of new technologies such as blockchain, AI and machine learning.
Within a year, her business MarketOrders has been nominated for over 24 awards and got over 450 mentions in the press.

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    “Break your product development into the smallest units/pieces and then only develop and launch one piece at a time. An iterative approach in this way allows you to stay agile, make quick changes where needed and most importantly, get a version of your product out to real-life customers and help them to co-create the product they want and need by asking for their feedback.

    Otherwise, many startups can burn through a lot of capital, spending years developing something that never launches and when it does, is already stale and not what customers want anymore. Technology evolves very quickly as well as customers’ demands and expectations. Breaking down your development and involve your customers in the building process is essential as it keeps you in touch with the market in real-time, making it easier for you to adapt and/or pivot your product.”

    4 August 2020
  • 6 ways fintech is changing banking for consumers - Finance 101, July 2020

    “The rise of blockchain and digital payments could severely damage this income stream for banks as customers don’t want to pay more for something they can get cheaper or for free elsewhere,” says Sukhi Jutla, author The FinTech Book and cofounder of Market Orders, a blockchain-based platform that services the retail jewelry industry.

    Via convenience and faster turnaround times. Fintech is also increasingly using artificial intelligence and machine learning to help people with decisions when it comes to savings, Jutla says.

    “Consumers can now choose financial products like pensions and mortgages … much faster than they can with traditional banks,” she says. “Fintech allows bank accounts to be opened in a matter of minutes compared to traditional banks which can still take up to several weeks to open basic banking accounts.”

    In addition, many banks still don’t have decent online banking services or still require that customers visit a branch for identification and verification purposes. “With fintech, this all can be done at home with the use of facial recognition technology on your mobile phone,” Jutla adds.

    Banks are no longer enjoying the immunity their reputations and size previously gave them, says Jutla.

    “The industry is no longer dominated by monopolies,” she says. “Instead, fintech has produced new competitors that enable banking consumers, for the first time, to actively choose banks on their terms.”

    “Simultaneously, banks are falling out of favor as they are unable to stay current with changing technologies such as blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and artificial intelligence wealth managers.”

    31 July 2020
  • 18 Entrepreneurs Discuss The Technologies That Will Have the Biggest Impact On Entrepreneurship - CEO Blog Nation, July 2020

    "Any technology that improves the speed and accuracy on how to communicate with your team and stakeholders will help entrepreneurs. Running a business means the founder is accountable to all people including their staff, customers and investors and other stakeholders. It is vital to be able to communicate key information effectively and in a timely manner. So, tools that help to do this such as apps that help you write effective and to the point emails/presentation and tools that help you to communicate on a global basis like Zoom will create transformative results. In a world that’s shifting to remote working practises it is more important than ever before to ensure communications still take place in an effective manner."

    22 July 2020
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    Co-Founder & COO
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