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Where the Big Opportunities Lie

Date & time: 18:00-21:00, 7 November 2017
Venue: Cambridge Judge Business School, Trumpington Street, Cambridge CB2 1AG

A central question in entrepreneurship is when and how do people recognise an opportunity that is worth pursuing? How do we identify the true profile of a big opportunity and how do we assess the risks involved? 

The Entrepreneurship Centre is delighted to welcome Rachel Hurst, Chief Operating Officer of Domino Printing Sciences, as guest speaker. Rachel will talk about how you can identify a big opportunity and how you can identify the potential risks involved. She will share her experience of growing Domino Printing Sciences from a small local business into a £1 billion global company. The evening will be chaired by Professor Stelios Kavadias, Academic Director of the Entrepreneurship Centre.

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2017/18 timetable

Michaelmas Term 2017

Date About the session
7 Nov

Where the Big Opportunities Lie

Rachel Hurst, Chief Operating Officer, Domino Printing Sciences
14 Nov

Capitalising on Creativity

George Mpanga, British spoken-word artist
21 Nov

Travelling the Road of Business & Philanthropy

Lloyd Dorfman, Founder, Travelex Group
28 Nov

It's All About the People - Pulling Together and Managing the Dream Team

Jon Reynolds, SwiftKey
Ed Rex, Jukebox
Dominic Collingwood, MatchPint

Lent Term 2018

Date About the session
6 Feb

Artificial Intelligence & Entrepreneurship

Hans-Christian Boos, Founder and CEO, Arago
13 Feb

Solving Big Problems

Jean-Claude Biver, CEO, TAG Heuer
20 Feb

Corporate-Entrepreneurship Partnerships - Marriage Made in Heaven or Hell?

Robert Tansley, Investor, CIC
Anna Williamson, Genentech
Shaun Grady AstraZeneca
Sir Greg Winter
27 Feb

Food for Thought: Innovating in an Innovation-Antipathetic Sector

Matt McLaren, Entonomics (Accelerate Cambridge)
Vaiva Kalnikaite, Nu Food (Ignite)
Oliver Thain, Cambscuisine (SME Growth Challenge)

Easter Term 2018

Date About the session
1 May

Sharing is Caring, Or Is It? Who Owns a Startup

Simon Galbraith, Redgate
Alex Van Someren, Amadeus
8 May

Going All the Way to Floating

Darrin Disley, Horizon Discovery
Viswas Raghavan, J.P. Morgan
Chair: Jackie Ashley, President, Lucy Cavendish College
15 May

What We Wish We Knew Then about Raising Money

John Lee, Investment Committee
Iris Good, Good Relations
Edward Griffiths, Partner, DLA Piper
22 May

Friendly-ish 'Dragons' Den'

Panel: Two ventures from Accelerate Cambridge and two from the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship

Investor panel:
Kerry Baldwin, IQ Capital
Amelia Armour, Amadeus
Simon Thorpe


Registration is now open for the 2017/18 Enterprise Tuesday series, taking place on Tuesday evenings during Michaelmas and Lent terms.

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Cambridge Judge Business School
University of Cambridge
Trumpington Street

If you are travelling from the railway station, there are plenty of taxis outside and taxi drivers are familiar with the location.

Unfortunately there are no parking facilities, though there are some metered spaces outside.

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