Cambridge Cleantech Finance Special Interest Group
17 January 2018, 5pm - 7:30pm
Taylor Wessing, 24 Hills Road, Cambridge
Join us at our next Finance Special Interest Group event to hear perspectives from both investors and successful growth companies. Get the inside track from finance experts and benefit from the lessons learned by a successful venture capital-backed cleantech start-up making it to acquisition. Network with colleagues and collaborators to find out how to take your cleantech venture to the next level.
|17:00||Registration and Refreshments|
|17:30||Welcome and Introduction||Hugh Parnell, Chairman, Cambridge Cleantech.|
|17:35||Funding for Cleantech Growth Businesses: the Criteria, Successful Case Studies and Tips when Applying for Funding.||Jim Totty, Managing Partner, Sustainable Technology Investors Ltd.|
|17:50||From Start-Up, to Growth and Acquisition: Lessons Learned from a Local Scale-Up Success Story.||Shaun Fitzgerald, CEO, Breathing Buildings.|
|18:05||The Low Carbon Innovation Legacy Fund – Opportunities for New Investments.||Kevin Murphy, Turquoise Associates.|
|18:20||Knowledge Transfer Partnerships: Connecting people to accelerate innovation.||Jody Chatterjee, Adviser, Knowledge Transfer Network.|
|18:25||Expanding Internationally – Don’t Forget the best FX Support.||Archie Reed, UK Treasury Sales, Clear Treasury.|
|18:30||Making Marketing More Measurable and Profitable for Growth.||Steve Jaggard, Founder, Further.|
|18:35||R&D Tax Credits||Deepti Agarwal, Watermill Accounting|
|18:40||Funding Opportunity for SMEs||Gilu George, Cranfield University|
|19:00||Refreshments and networking|
Spaces are already filling up, so register for this event soon via the Eventbrite page.
The event is free to Cambridge Cleantech members and you can join from just £100 here.
With thanks to Taylor Wessing for hosting the event, and to our Finance SIG Champions for their support.