The XX Corporation makes stuff because people love stuff and, they don’t know what content is.
about making a company that is good for audiences, sponsors and investors.
to build the best place to work in the world
to make money in the right way and use that money to enrich the lives of our employees and, make brilliant experiences for our audiences.
Who we are
Mic is a writer, editor and journalist with 15 years experience across national and international media.
He has served on staff at Stuff magazine, Q magazine, The Next Web and The Daily Telegraph as well as being a contributor to Wired, The Times, The Sunday Times, The Guardian, The Sun and The Daily Mirror.
He was named ‘Independent Blogger of the Year’ in 2012 by the prestigious Editorial Intelligence Awards and has received numerous other awards for his fiction and non-fiction work in sectors ranging from finance to music and pop culture.
As well as writing and editing, Mic has worked at a number of startups including the Dublin Web Summit and is Journalist-in- Residence at Dogpatch Labs, Dublin, where he advises startups on media issues.
Sue has worked for a variety of blue-chip companies, successfully undertaking a range of diverse positions including Executive Director (UK), Senior Client Service Director (Europe), Director of Business Development and Commercial Director to name just a few.
Following service in the Royal Navy, Sue embarked on her commercial career that has encompassed pharmaceuticals, medical devices, biotechnology, eSales, healthcare consultancy and evidence-based communications.
She holds a BSc from The Open University and a diploma in Performance Coaching for Business. Sue has also studied Mindfulness-Based Approaches at Bangor University’s School of Psychology.
A Member of the Institute of Directors for the past fifteen years, Sue has recently been accepted as a Fellow of The Royal Society of Arts.
She’s also Mic’s mother.