17th September 2007 will see the 9th Cambridge Enterprise Conference take place at Churchill College, Cambridge. 250 delegates are expected to attend, including established and novice entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, business angels, advisors, academics and policymakers. Speakers will be drawn from the ranks of experienced and successful business leaders, plus supporters of young companies and providers of funding, advice and essential services. Delegates can expect to gain insights into strategies, IP, culture, investment and sustainability at this inspirational event.
The conference aims to address many of the questions facing young knowledge-based companies seeking accelerate growth and be a ‘roaring success’, including:
• How do you know when a company is ready for investment?
• How do you choose the best investor to get more than just money?
• How do you turn IP into a strategic asset?
• How do you foster a company culture that will enhance the value of a business?
• How do you take on tiger economies?
The Conference, organised by St John’s Innovation Centre, is set to build on the outstanding track record of previous events. The conferences, which have been held since 1997, have attracted over 2000 delegates from 22 countries, and have featured over 200 internationally renowned speakers, ranging from entrepreneurs to investors, academics and professional business experts.
Official Website: http://www.cambridgeenterpriseconference.co.uk/
Added by Mark Cheverton on May 30, 2008