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The $15 Billion Telecoms Masterclass

The founders of fifteen Telecoms companies will describe in their own words the journey from idea, to investment, to exit.


Interested in Entrepreneurship? Thinking of Telecommunications?

Then join us for a unique event, hosted by the Communications Research Network

The $15 Billion Telecoms Masterclass

Tuesday 20th June, 2006 at The William Gates Building, University of Cambridge

The founders of fifteen UK based Telecoms companies, who have collectively generated more than $15 billion in market capitalisation, will describe in their own words the journey from idea, to investment, to exit.

A unique opportunity to find out how they did it, what they learnt and what they believe is going to be the Next Big Thing...

Speakers include:

  • Doug Richard of Library House and BBC2’s Dragons’ Den
  • Ray Anderson, CEO at Bango.net
  • Charles Cotton, CEO at Virata

The event will conclude with a garden party in Newnham College, University of Cambridge.


Speaker(s):

Doug Richard | talks | www
Charles Cotton | talks | www
Dr Ray Anderson | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

20 June 2006 at 10:00 am

Duration:

Full Day

 

Venue:

UNiversity of Cambridge Computer Laboratory
William Gates Building
15 JJ Thomson Avenue
Cambridge
CB3 0FD
01223 448765
http://www.cambridge-mit.org/cgi-bin/default.pl?SID=5&SSID=52&SSSID=293&CALEVID=255
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Organised by:

The Cambridge-MIT Institute
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Tickets:

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