Tech Entrepreneur’s Week

When:
16/07/2014 @ 09:00 – 10:00 Europe/London Timezone
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Where:
30 Euston Square
30 Euston Square
Kings Cross, London NW1 2FB
UK

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Andrew is a panelist at Tech Entrepreneur’s Week in London on the topic of “Key Influencers & Thought Leaders in Mobile Discuss -­ Over the Airwaves Wifi, Mobile Carrier and the Right Market”.

We are delighted to once again launch Tech Entrepreneurs Week for its 3rd great year.

This has become a leading National Event, Competition and Conference for entrepreneurs and investors with its focus on the broad world of technology.

This year we have changed the framework to improve on the great start we have made.

This year we have a theme, “How do YOU change the world?” So we are asking that question  not only of our wonderful speakers but of the rising stars of the competition entries.

We are also tackling some key themes over the course of the conference; these are Mobile, 3-D Printing, Digital Entertainment and Cutting Edge Technology.

This years week is made up of 4 days of competition, events and ending on a packed 2 day conference on the 16th & 17th of July. The conference has been condensed into a powerful two day event with a new format of such things as panels and in depth conversations all around our areas and linked with our theme. More details of the schedule can be found here.

The Investment competition is open to all and is made up of a number of stages, culminating in a live pitch in front of the conference audience and Venture Capital firms and Angel Investors. Full details of the competition can be found here.

Tech Entrepreneurs Week is the brainchild of Martin Warner, technology and film entrepreneur and angel investor, his mission was to make investment funding available to all, whilst inspiring both entrepreneurs and investors through an engaging conference.


You can find Andrew's next speaking engagements on the upcoming engagements page, or view previous speaking engagements from this year, 2015, 2014 or view the entire archive since 1999.

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