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What makes a successful (Cambridge) start-up?

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We would like to invite you to our second Technology Enterprise Group (TEG) Seminar this term. On Tuesday, 4th December 2007, Dr. Robert Sansom will give a presentation on

”What makes a successful (Cambridge) start-up?”

Time and Date: Tuesday, 4th December, 1-2pm

Location: Seminar rooms A + B at the Institute for Manufacturing (Mill Lane, Cambridge, CB2 1RX )

In this talk, Dr. Robert Sansom will draw on his experience as active angel investor and mentor to high-technology start-up businesses in the UK and US. He is chairman of Cambridge Angels, a group of seasoned technology and bio-technology entrepreneurs who invest in and mentor technology start-ups in the Cambridge area. Prior to being an angel investor, he was co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of FORE Systems, a leading developer of high-speed data communications systems which was sold to Marconi in 1999.From this experience, Dr. Sansom will use various examples to illuminate the question what makes the difference between successful and less successful start-ups.

The seminar will take place in seminar rooms A + B at the Institute for Manufacturing (Mill Lane, Cambridge, CB2 1RX ). To be able to provide adequate space and seats it would be very helpful if you could RSVP to before Sunday 2nd December.

We are looking forward to seeing you for a very exciting presentation and a lively discussion.

This talk is part of the Technology Enterprise Group (TEG) Seminar Series series.

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