Enterprise Hub Showcase 2020

Date: 24 Nov 2020, 14:00
Location: Online via Zoom
Cost: Invitation only

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The Royal Academy of Engineering’s Enterprise Hub is home to the UK’s most promising technology and engineering entrepreneurs who are building solutions to some of today’s most complex economic and social challenges, from medical technology to renewable energy to cyber security.

We would like to invite you to our showcase and meet the Hub’s latest cohorts of founders from the Enterprise Fellowships programme during an afternoon of pitches. You can also view the profiles of all the entrepreneurs who will be pitching in our Enterprise Hub 2020 Showcase by downloading our showcase brochure.

Programme

1.30pm - Online event opens

2.00pm - Welcome address, Ana Avaliani, Associate Director, Royal Academy of Engineering

2.10pm - Keynote presentation - Professor Constantin Coussios FREng, Director, Institute of Biomedical Engineering, University of Oxford

2.20pm - Pitches

  • Melissa Berthelot, Warner Patch
  • Rowan Minkley, Chipsboard
  • Ben Doman, Holiferm
  • Naa Dei Nikoi, I-Daruma Technologies
  • George Winfield, Spyras
  • Alireza Abbassi Monjezi, Waterwhelm
2.55pm - Comfort break

3.05pm - Pitches

  • Emanuela Maggioni, OWidgets
  • Joshua Steer, Radii Devices
  • Ifeiynwa Kanu, IntelliDigest
  • Lewis Hornby, Jelly Drops
  • Lorenzo Conti, Crover
  • Karl Obszanski, Aston Vision Sciences
3.45pm - Closing remarks

*Programme is subject to change

Tickets

This event is by invitation only. If you are an investor who is interested in attending and you have not received an invite, please contact the Enterprise team.

Recording notice

Please note this event will be recorded and published on the Royal Academy of Engineering website.

Accessibility

It is very important to the Royal Academy of Engineering that our events are accessible to all. If you have any special accessibility requirements, please contact the Events team at your earliest convenience so that necessary arrangements can be made. 

Diversity monitoring form

The Academy is committed to building an inclusive economy that works for everyone. To help us achieve this, we would like to collect some basic anonymous data about event attendees. If you would like to help, please complete the diversity monitoring form here.

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