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CUE: Grand Launch

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Invitation – CU Entrepreneurs Grand Launch – £100 for 100 words

Cambridge University Entrepreneurs (CUE) invite you to attend this year’s Grand Launch event where you can find out how to win £100 for 100 words. This is the major event that kicks off our 2009/2010 business creation competition.

When: 14 Oct 6pm for 6:30 start Where: Wolfson Lecture Theatre, Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge, CB2 1EW (map to venue:

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The event is free to all with drink and food, as well as the chance to meet potential team-mates for this year’s business creation competition. Come along and find out what it takes to be a winner. In the theme of our ten year anniversary, we are proudly presenting a panel of successful CUE alumni, stretching back from the origins of CUE through to our most recent winners: 1999 – Co-founder of CUE - Tim Minshall – Currently chairman of CUE ’s Steering Group, Senior Lecturer at Cambridge University’s Institute for Manufacturing, and non-exec director of St John’s Innovation Centre 2004 – Social Enterprise Winner – Dominic Vergine, co-founder and CEO of Aptivate – an NGO and not-for-profit organisation that provides IT services for international development 2007 – Technology Winner – Shamus Husheer, CEO of Cambridge Temperature Concepts. CTC developed their “DuoFertility” medical device in less than 18 months from Angel funding, through medical approvals and trials to first sales 2009 – Software & Web Winner – Emmanuel Carraud, CEO of MagicSolver – is developing innovative applications for the iPhone. Their first app Sudoku Magic is already available on the App Store and allows you to solve any Sudoku in 10 seconds…. flat!

Cambridge University Entrepreneurs helps you make your ideas happen. Over the last 10 years, CUE has awarded more than £500k to more than 40 start-ups and has seen many of them develop into successful companies. These companies have contributed greatly to the local region and beyond, producing over 110 full time jobs. Collectively, CUE alumni companies have gone on to secure over £33 million pounds in investment.

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