Entrepreneurs 2.0: The Next Generation
Tuesday 18th September 2018 at UKFast Campus, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M15 5QJ
This event runs from 12noon to 2.00pm.
They're young, fearless, tech-savvy and determined to change the world. Meet Entrepreneurs 2.0: The Next Generation.
Earlier this year BusinessCloud identified 35 entrepreneurs under the age of 35 who had the courage to create something fantastic with tech.
There was so much talent to choose from we created a separate list of 'ones to watch' and on September 18 a number of the entrepreneurs will be sharing their experiences in their own words.
Is age a barrier when it comes to business? How easy is it to get investment? How important are mentors to young entrepreneurs? How do you scale your business? When's the right time to recruit? and; Is it wrong to think about an exit?
These, and many other questions, will be answered at our special event Entrepreneurs 2.0: The Next Generation.
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11.40 – 12.10 Guests arrive / registration / buffet lunch
12.10 – 12.20 Welcome and introduction, Chris Maguire, editor, BusinessCloud
12.20 – 12.45 – Group 1
Mike Anderson, CEO, Padoq
Jordan Appleson, CEO, Hark
Chloe Barrett, founder and CEO, DigiDentistry
Michael Lawes, co-founder, BizzleIt
12.50 – 1.15pm Group 2
Muhammad Asim, CEO, Arro Money
Sean Brown, founder and CEO, Mercarto
Dr Carl Ellis, director, H&E Inventions
Natasha Guerra, CEO, Runway East
1.20 – 1.45pm Group 3
Dr James Gupta, founder and CEO, Synap
Jamie Jackson, founder, Two Jay
Lydia Jones, co-founder and CEO, HallHang
Tom Pickersgill, founder and CEO, Broadstone Engage
1.45pm Closing remarks, Chris Maguire
For any queries contact Andrea Wolfendale firstname.lastname@example.org 07887 490 252
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