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Enterprise Tuesday 2012-2013: Funding your vision and plans (Angel Panel)

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  • UserSherry Coutu, Angel Investor & Entrepreneur; Jack Lang, Serial Entrepreneur and Business Angel; Robert Brady, Angel Investor and Non-Executive Director, Cambridge IP; Peter Cowley, Angel Investor and Director, Martlet; and Monish Suri, Partner, Prime
  • ClockTuesday 26 February 2013, 18:00-21:00
  • House Cambridge University Engineering Department, Lecture Room 0.

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This session will include a number of elevator pitches by entrepreneurs seeking funding. There will be open Q&A and discussion with experienced business angels on the different ways of funding new start-ups and funding the early stages of survival. You will see how business angels react to an elevator pitch, hear their line of questioning and learn about crowd funding, angel syndicates, roll of grants, customers as a source of funding, partnerships and supplier credit.

Business Angel Panel:

Sherry Coutu, Angel Investor & Entrepreneur

Jack Lang, Serial Entrepreneur and Business Angel

Robert Brady, Angel Investor and Non-Executive Director, Cambridge IP

Peter Cowley, Angel Investor and Director, Martlet

Monish Suri, Partner, Prime Ventures

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Registration is from 18:00. The lecture starts at 18:30 followed by networking from 20:00.

Plus there’s a chance to participate in a special discussion group with Sherry Coutu.

Discussion Group – CUTEC

Date: 26th February 2013, 20:00-21:00 – directly after the main Enterprise Tuesday lecture

Venue: Board Room, 2nd floor, Department of Engineering

Join CUTEC for a rare Q&A session with serial entrepreneur and angel investor Sherry Coutu. Voted by Techcrunch as the best CEO mentor/advisor in Europe in 2010 and as one of the top 25 ‘most influential people in the wired world’ by Wired magazine in 2011, Sherry plays an influential role in the Cambridge startup ecosystem. During this session, Sherry will canvas her progression from student to entrepreneur as well as her career beginning as a consultant designing databases for investment banks, to launching her first startup in 1995, Interactive Investor plc. Today Sherry Coutu supports multiple companies, though as a self-professed lover of Big-Data, many of the high growth startups she is involved in share this common theme. Attendance is limited, so please sign up now to avoid disappointment. Please register directly via


Enterprise Tuesday is a series of FREE evening lectures and networking sessions managed and delivered by the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) at the University of Cambridge’s Judge Business School.

This talk is part of the Enterprise Tuesday 2012/2013 series.

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