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Specialist Surgeries - Expert one-to-one business advice for entrepreneurs
Specialist Surgeries – Expert one-to-one business advice for entrepreneurs
Thinking of starting a venture but need some advice? Already started up and looking for scale?
The Cambridge University Technology and Enterprise Club (CUTEC) is pleased to present the Specialist Surgeries for the Michaelmas Term covering topics you need to know about to help commercialise your technology or make your business work.
The first Surgery for this term (Wednesday 20 October, 2-5pm) will be hosted by Media Managers Ltd and will focus on “Marketing”.
To book a slot, please email Sebastian Schoefer, CUTEC Director of Development (email@example.com), specifying: Your name and affiliation to Cambridge University, Which slots you can make (A – 14.00, B – 14.45, C – 15.30, D – 16.15), The nature of your enquiry, so that your adviser can offer you the most personalised assistance. This service is extended exclusively to members of the University of Cambridge and is free of charge.
For advance booking, more information on the Specialist Surgeries and a list of our expert service providers, please visit http://www.cutec.org/?n1=workshops&n2=cutec_surgeries
Surgeries currently take place at ideaSpace, Entrepreneurship Centre, 3 Charles Babbage Road, Cambridge, CB3 0GT .
For more information on ideaSpace, please visit http://www.ideaspace.cam.ac.uk/
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