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CfEL's Enterprise Tuesday 2011/2012: Growing Your Venture

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  • UserDavid Gill, MD of St John's Innovation Centre; Sherry Coutu, Angel Investor and Advisory Board member of LinkedIn; Robert Sansom, Angel Investor and Founder of Cambridge Angels; and Andy Richards, Serial Biotechnology Entrepreneur and Business Angel
  • ClockTuesday 21 February 2012, 18:00-21:00
  • HouseLecture Theatre 0, Department of Engineering, Trumpington Street.

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A panel of experts who have assisted many novice entrepreneurs and played active roles in growing ventures will talk about their experiences at this session.

The entrepreneurial journey begins with an idea and results in a new venture. This is just the start and there are many challenges ahead in order to grow the business. The subsequent development requires clarity, strategic thinking and a deep understanding of management in all its various components.

Should the founders grow a lifestyle business or a high growth business? What are the personal implications of such choices? What might be the motivations for either? What should a founder or CEO of a growth venture really think about?

When? 21st February 2012. Registration is from 18:00. Lecture is from 18:30. Networking starts at 20:00. Refreshments are provided.

Where? University of Cambridge Department of Engineering, LT0 , Trumpington Street, Cambridge

Registration: Please register before attending Enterprise Tuesday via the online form at

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This talk is part of the CfEL's Enterprise Tuesday 2011/2012 series.

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