SIE Tech Entrepreneurs: Talks & Networking #2

21 Nov 2013 at Room 303, Glasgow, United Kingdom

Entrepreneurship & Startups

SIE Tech Entrepreneurs: Talks & Networking #2 21 Nov 2013 Room 303, Glasgow, United Kingdom
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SIE Informatics Intern, Strathclyde GeekSoc and GCU Computing Society have pulled forces together to bring you the SIE Tech Entrepreneurs: Talks & Networking event.

Come along to hear talks from recent technology graduates who are now running their own companies as well as the start-up support available from SIE. Our speaker lineup will be announced shortly.
The event will take place in the McCance Building, University of Strathclyde and there will be some light refreshments (most likely beer and pizza) and a networking session for you to get some valuable advice from speakers on how to become a technology entrepreneur.

If you've got a great idea for a company but don't know how to proceed, please come along to find out the next steps and what to expect from our speakers.

Confirmed speakers

Callum Stuart
Chief Operating Officer at Mallzee - an Angel funded online fashion startup. With background as a software engineer and many years experience as the most senior technical manager in a £5M turnover, VC funded software startup he is well versed in code and customers.

Marco De Nichilo
Founder of Swarmly - a mobile app that provides an instant answer to the question: Where should we go? Marco has broad experience integrating software and IT solutions. Interested in Development & Management projects, particularly in mobile and Android.  

Allan C. Lloyds
Founder of Insight Arcade - a comprehensive and intelligent online marketplace matching skill gaps with learning opportunities. Also, Allan is a keen supporter of the Scottish tech community: he organised the Startup Weekend Glasgow and currently curates the Startup Digest Scotland.

Ashley Baxter
Ashley is Company Director of property insurance biz, Brokers Direct. Finding it difficult to compete it today's climate, Ashley learned to code to give her business a competitive advantage and has since built Lodger, an app for landlords to manage their rental properties.

From: November 21, 2013 18:20
To: November 21, 2013 21:00

Room 303, McCance Building, University of Strathclyde, G1 1XQ, Glasgow, United Kingdom


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