Inspired by reading Freakonomics as a teenager, and discovering the often unpredictable reasons behind how certain economic market mechanisms work (or, more often the case, don’t work), Harry studied economics at the University Of Essex, including a year abroad at Stockholm University. After graduating, he spent a year living in Hangzhou, China, teaching English and coaching an under 12s football team (with his team finishing the year with a 10 loss / one win record). Before Crowd DNA, he worked in pharma market research, most recently for an agency specialised in finding rare disease patients for studies. Outside of work, he’s a keen footballer and plays for his local Sunday league team. He’s also an avid supporter of Leicester City and a lover of any food covered in olive oil. Despite attempts to cut back, he will also try to put pickles and hot sauce on most home-cooked meals.