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Advice Clinics for Technology Start-ups - DEADLINE 15 JAN

last modified Jan 12, 2016 04:01 PM

Are you thinking of launching a technology start-up? or do you run a technology start-up but need some advice?

Ever wished you could ask people who work in the industry, for their guidance or access to their professional network?

Do you have questions you want to ask industry professionals in relation to: Sales strategy, Interfacing with global IT companies, Partnering, Pitching, Product/message differentiation, Scaling...?

If the answer is yes, then sign-up to an Advice Clinic... please fill in the form here by 15th Jan, our mentors will review the requests and confirm your appointment time for a clinic on the 4th Feb.

Advise clinic area organised by Victoria Yates. Victoria is a Cambridge local working within the IT industry. She recently assembled a board of mentors, who have worked within a range of large organisations in the technology industry e.g. Microsoft, Google, Yammer, Box, Huddle, DataSift, Adobe and Logica, who are passionate about supporting technology start-ups and seeing them succeed.

This group is offering 4 x 45minute clinics on the 4th Feb (between 10.15am -1.15pm), where you can pitch your ideas, thoughts and challenges to gain advice based on their experience in the sector. The venue is ideaSpace City at 3 Laundress Lane.

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