Event date and time: 23 November 2011, 0830-0945
Venue: 6-7 St. Johns Lane, London, EC1M 4AJ
Who should attend: the event is particularly relevant to CEOs, CIOs, FDs and COOs, directors, business owners and in-house lawyers at technology companies
Tech entrepreneurs occupy parallel tech universes. In one, huge profitless companies command massive valuations and attract large slugs of capital. In the other, high-energy but low-profile businesses seem confined to run on the daily treadmill without recognition or reward. There must be a bridge between the two!
We are delighted that Ken Olisa, founding head of technology merchant bank Restoration Partners, will join us to share some of his experiences as a 40 year IT veteran. Amongst other roles, Ken is previous Master of the Worshipful Information Technologists’ Company.
Ken will be answering questions such as: which is better – organic growth or acquisitions? debt or equity? home or abroad? Optimism or pessimism?
He will also provide a framework which helps entrepreneurs to make sense of the parallel universe problem and escape from the curse of rational incrementalism.
James Fulforth, a partner in Kingsley Napley’s Corporate and Commercial team, will talk about recent legal developments relevant to tech companies.
Partner Simon Halberstam will be chairing the event.
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