Grace Gould is the founder of School of the Digital Age, a retail destination for new technology products.
Prior to this role, Grace was vice president of Retail Strategy at PCH International, an Irish custom design manufacturing company that works with Fortune 500 companies and hardware startups to develop, manufacture, package, and distribute products as well as manage supply chain. While at PCH International, Grace split her time between their Shenzhen, New York and San Francisco offices.
In 2014, Grace worked in Venture Capital for the London and San Francisco based firm Index Ventures, where she focused on early stage investments in the hardware and consumer space.
Grace began her work life at Apple Retail where she completed their Leadership Graduate Programme and, at 22, was part of the management team of the Regent Street Flagship store in London.
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