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Silicon Valley comes to the UK 2011

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The Silicon Valley Comes to UK Programme is an invitation only series of events that bring together leading Investors, iconic serial entrepreneurs, ambitious students and successful angels from the UK with leading Silicon Valley Serial Entrepreneurs and Investors to discuss, debate, create and fund today’s most disruptive internet and green technologies that will change our world in the years to come. The objective is to inspire students and alumni to consider starting or joining an entrepreneurial business at some point after graduation and to foster relationships between the leading entrepreneurs, angels and investors from Silicon Valley and Europe.

At the 2011 forum, the movers and shakers from Silicon Valley will share their views about the new and innovative business models they see as the most disruptive across the ‘Gaming and the ‘Consumer Internet’ sectors. Attendees and sponsors are encouraged to actively participate and will depart having thoroughly examined the latest in cutting-edge disruptive business models and renewed networking ties with colleagues who are leading the most disruptive entrepreneurial companies in the world.

Speakers include: Joi Ito CEO of Creative Commons

Greg Joswiak VP product marketing for Apple

Reid Hoffman Co-founder of LinkedIn

Megan Smith VP, bus dev at Google All events are free and open for registration! Please sign up asap!

This talk is part of the Silicon Valley comes to the UK 2011 series.

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