CAMentrepreneurs - Four great entrepreneurs, networking and pitches

CAMentrepreneurs - Four great entrepreneurs, networking and pitches

CAMentrepreneurs - Four great entrepreneurs, networking and pitches
Wednesday 27 January 2021, 6.01pm to 9.00pm GMT
Past event
Past event
Wednesday 27 January 2021, 6.01pm to 9.00pm GMT
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Four entrepreneurs share their stories, and lessons learned in a friendly, supportive environment with plenty of opportunities for questions, community announcements, and participant announcements. 

Tessa Clarke is the Co-Founder & CEO of Olio Linkedin  Olio is a world-leading free app that connects users with unwanted food (households or local businesses) with neighbors living nearby who would like it. OLIO has over 2.5 million users who have together shared 7 million portions of food. 50,000 volunteers who are spreading the word in their local communities.

Tim Passingham Chairman, Cambridge Management Consulting Linkedin Tim is the Founder and Chairman of Cambridge Management Consulting. Tim is also a Non-Executive Director of Dublin-based subsea telecommunications provider Aqua Comms, a Non-Executive Director of cyber security start-up C2 Cyber, a strategy adviser to numerous organisations and has extensive senior executive experience in the information and communications technology industry.

Domini Hogg - entrepreneur Linkedin Founder Tried and Supplied Founder Rebel Dates At the age of 15 Domini founded her first business, beading jewellery for friends and family, which she continued until the end of school. After university, she launched a new fine jewellery brand focusing on bespoke commissions and engagement rings, which continues to this day. However, it is more recently that Domini has fully entered the world of entrepreneurship, quitting her day job as Director of Success at a software startup in January 2019, to start Tried and Supplied, a business on a mission to make the foodservice supply chain more sustainable through the use of software to overcome operational challenges. Working in the foodservice sector has made 2020 a challenging year and encouraged further entrepreneurial thinking and agile pivoting for the benefit of the business. Meanwhile in her personal life, frustration with dating apps this year naturally led her to try solving her own problem by creating Rebel Dates as a platform designed to replicate (as far as possible!) the natural dating process online.

Yasmina Ellins CEO Kingpin Network Ltd Linkedin Founder The Young Entrepreneur's Journey Podcast

We will also have mini-pitches, networking, and "Open Coffee" style introductions. If you want to make a mini-pitch contact Richard.

 We will send out a Zoom link on the morning of the event with the relevant password. 

Housekeeping -
1. microphones off and cameras on
2. Change your screen name to reflect your location and status,
3 prepare a detailed introduction to post in the Zoom chat channel and the live document (unless you don't want to share your details).
Examples of such documents here and a live document here. They greatly add to the usefulness of online events;.

Target audiences

  • New and existing students, MBAs  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:   Below are UK times.

18:00 - Digital doors open

Soft start, informal networking breakout rooms

18:15 - Richard Lucas Welcome, Introduction to CAMentrepreneurs, Housekeeping Rules.

Breakout Rooms

18:30 - Guest speakers with Q&A

19:15 - Entrepreneur showcase. participants will get 1-2 minutes to present:

1. Who they are  2. What they do  3. What they are looking for  4. How they can contribute. Get in touch if you want to present.

19:20 -  Open Mic, breakout rooms, discussion. online networking

19:50 - Closing Remarks/Summary/Calls to Action

Breakout Rooms

20: 00 Afterparty - we can't supply drinks as usual, but we suggest you bring wine, beer or whatever you want to drink for this part of the gathering. Teetotallers are equally welcome.

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 as per here. Our webpage is here - we also have a Facebook Group a Facebook Page and a Linkedin Group. We aim to bring together positive minded alumni and others who want to work together on a voluntary basis to support enterprise, whether as entrepreneurs, investors, students or service providers. Non-Cambridge students and graduates are welcome as guests of those who are. If you think you should be at the meeting and don't know anyone please indicate this in the registration form. If you want to help with CAMentrepreneurs  events in Cambridge or elsewhere, please fill in this form I information about our goals and values, and starting a new branch are here.


Booking information

Please register online using the link below, you will receive an email the day before the event which will include Zoom login details.


Booking for this event is now closed.


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