Hermann Hauser and David Cleevely: Projections for the future of Cambridge
Posted 21 Sep 2011 by Sue Keogh in Phenomenon news
Serial entrepreneurs and Cambridge Phenomenon board members Hermann Hauser and David Cleevely are speaking at a Cambridge Network event, Projections for the future of Cambridge.
Date: Wednesday 12th October 2011
Time: Registration is 5.30pm with the talks starting at 6.00pm
Venue: Robinson College, Cambridge
They were both involved with the establishment of Cambridge Network in 1998, and of course have been an integral part of the Cambridge Phenomenon and continue to have a huge influence on business in the UK today. They have been involved with a long list of Cambridge companies during that time as founders, investors and directors, including Abcam, Acorn, Analysys, ARM, CSR, Plastic Logic and many more.
This event will see them giving their personal views on what will make Cambridge successful in the future, based on their intimate understanding of the past and present business environment. Their talks will be followed by a discussion with the audience, including views from some of the other significant players in the Cambridge Phenomenon.
The talks will be followed by a question and answer session.
Click here to register. The event is free to members of Cambridge Network, staff and students of the University of Cambridge and Anglia Ruskin University but you do need to register in advance. Non-members may attend by paying a one-off charge of £50+VAT by clicking on the 'non-member' option.