TATA Idea Idol 2012 Launch with Stuart Miller, Benjamin Barokas & Will Chadwick!
Date: Thursday, 1st December
Time: 7-8pm, followed by a drinks reception
Venue: Said Business School, Lecture Theatre 4
Join Oxford Entrepreneurs for the much anticipated launch of TATA Idea Idol 2012! This is your chance to win up to £10,000 in cash and prizes for your business idea. The launch will be at the Said Business School on Thursday (1st December) where you will have the opportunity to hear more about the details of the competition and listen to three extraordinary speakers.
Stuart Miller (co-founder and CEO of ByBox)
Stuart grew ByBox from a start-up to a turnover of £35 million in nine years. In October 2007, ByBox was ranked the fastest growing technology company in the UK, as measured by Deloitte’s Fast50 league of leading companies over five years. Today, ByBox has the World’s largest network of dropboxes and the UK’s leading field service supply chain solution.
Benjamin Barokas (current President and co-founder of AdMeld)
AdMeld is an online “sell side” platform that represents online publishers and helps maximise revenue from their unsold inventory. Their clients include Fox News, Discovery, Answers, Accuweather, and – in the UK – the Guardian, National Rail, and Haymarket Publishing. The company was bought recently by Google for $400 million.
Will Chadwick (Vice President, TATA Interactive Systems).
Will spent the first 11 years of his career in a big corporate environment with Whitbread. He then set up an e-business called Pubcentre.com which was the first business launched in the UK to provide online services to the pub industry – the business was sold to eSkye Solutions in 2001. Following this, Will joined a start-up called Creative Learning Media for 8 years which he helped grow from 7 employees to 200.
So join us for what promises to be an inspiring evening and learn how to win up to £10,000 in cash and prizes!
For registration please visit: http ://groupspaces.com/oxfordentrepreneurs/item/217325
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