CAMentrepreneurs/CUE online meetup

Overview

Hosted by CAMentrepreneurs and Cambridge University Entrepreneurs


 Target audiences

– Students who are interested in entrepreneurship, finding investors, co-founders, jobs, internships, freelancing opportunities,

– Alumni who are in business, want to invest in/start companies, make new connections, find clients, co-founders, team members.

Agenda/programme

– Invited Entrepreneurs will share lessons from their experience in dealing with these unprecedented times answering questions from the hosts and

– Selected alumni and students will have short elevator pitches to present themselves and ideas,

– Networking, icebreakers.

Entrepreneur interview & panel discussion

Kimon Fountoukdis Founder of Argos Multilingual – one of the world’s leading language service providers.

Aleksandra Pedraszewska Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer at VividQ – deep technology start-up with world-leading expertise in a 3D holographic display.

Mike Lewandowski Co-Founder and CEO  at SalesGenomics – digital marketing agency for e commerce.


About CAMentrepreneurs

The purpose of  CAMentrepreneurs is to support business and social entrepreneurship among Cambridge University alumni, current students and others. CAMentrepreneurs is global. Since its launch in 2016 we have had meetups in Dubai, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London New York, Sydney and Warsaw.

The group is officially recognised by Cambridge University Alumni Association.

About Cambridge University Entrepreneurs

Cambridge University Entrepreneurs (CUE) was founded in 1999. Two decades later, it has evolved to a key part of the University’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, promoting and nurturing entrepreneurship and innovation among students in Cambridge. It is a student-run society, and its main focus is to host the CUE Business Creation Competitions, awarding over £500k to more than 45 start-ups ranging from technology, software and web, to social enterprise, with the financial support from ARM, Horizon Discoveries, EPSRC, Redgate, Mills and Reeve, Cambridge Angels and Taylor Vinters. Collectively, these companies have contributed greatly to the local region, securing over £100 million in investment, and producing over 110 full-time jobs. As a part of the competition, CUE also provides free business training, mentoring, networking events, which are always spoken highly of by our competition entrants, friends, and the local entrepreneurial community.


Please note that this event is not being organised by the Alumni Relations and Development Office.