Lauren Riley

The Link App

Lauren Riley is a London-based entrepreneur, qualified solicitor, and the proud founder of The Link App. She developed the technology as a lawyer, for lawyers. Simply put, The Link App’s technology is redefining client communication in this profession.

The Link App provides the ultimate tool for busy law firms looking to thrive in an increasingly competitive market, improve customer service, increase productivity, and save time and money.

Lauren is well known as an entrepreneur and is a regularly contributor in the media following her appearance in series 10 of BBC’s The Apprentice.

Lauren is also a prominent blogger and more recently vlogger too. Her blogs appear on www.laurenriley.co.uk and the Huffington Post.

Since her venture into technology Lauren has become known for her business endeavours there and in 2016 has been ranked in the top ten most powerful LinkedIn profiles in technology out of their 20million UK users.

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