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Cambridge Startups: Success

Mar 27, 2019 · Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom

Covering specific areas of Startup success from the perspective of a local founder, CS: Success is a series of conversations on tech startups and how to make them work. The first of four annual events (Success, People, Money, Failure) it features local leadership from across our ecosystem talking about what's made their ventures go.

4-7 roundtable discussions will be hosted, each by a Cambridge-area entrepreneur, overlapping throughout the evening. A limited number of general admission "audience seats" are available, and seats at each specific featured conversations will be released throughout March as speakers are confirmed. (RSVPs here on Meetup.com reserve you a place in the audience).

ROUNDTABLE 1: Success navigating early IP strategy
- host: Zeev Fisher, Founder at Pekama
- Tim Newton, Founder TMN Therapeutics
- Reserved
- Reserved
- Valerie Chua, Ella Cheong Asia
- Gulag Gulati, Cambridge Social Media Technologies
- Available

ROUNDTABLE 2: Success hiring staff member number one
- host: Rebecca Mister, Cambridge team lead at Empiric
- host: Robert Bull, Cambridge team lead at Empiric
- Theo Zachs
- Jefferson Wright, Moby Club
- Available
- Available

ROUNDTABLE 3: Success prepping for Series Seed
- host: TBC (It's a secret)
- Available
- Available
- Available
- Available

ROUNDTABLE 4: Success mentoring a technology product
- host: TBC (also a secret)
- Available
- Available
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- Available

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  • Cambridge Startups

    We're a meetup for the people exploring the real, hard, difficult magic of building a startup. If you're a founder, this is for you. "You [only] need three things to create a successful startup: to start with good people, to make something customers actually want, and to spend as little money as possible. Most startups that fail do it because they fail at one of these. A startup that does all three will probably succeed. And that's kind of exciting, when you think about it, because all three are doable. Ha

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