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Join us for dinner, drinks & a chance to meet fellow entrepreneurs, followed by an after-dinner talk and informal Q&A with Tim Jackson, who’ll be talking about money! And how to decide whether to raise money from VCs, angels, crowdfunding networks or platforms.
Tim Jackson, 49, is a partner at Lean Investments and leader of Europe's biggest AngelList syndicate, will give advice to startups that have a product but need money to scale it.
Tim Jackson is a VC and seed investor, who was formerly an entrepreneur with a $2bn exit and a journalist with The Economist and the Financial Times, where he wrote a column on web business models for seven years.
He runs the largest AngelList syndicate in Europe, as well as a top seed fund.
Take this chance to meet Tim and to talk to him over dinner about what you're working on.
Price includes private dining experience with after dinner speaker, 2 course dinner with wine and highly curated and relevant networking.
P.S. TableCrowd are offering complimentary cab rides home (£15) thanks to their partner, Gett (formally Get Taxi) on first download of the app. Details on the night.
Tim Jackson, 49, is partner at Lean Investments and one of Europe’s leading technology entrepreneurs, investors and commentators.
He has been an active early-stage investor since 2000 and an advisor and non-executive director to a number of private companies.
He served as managing director of a $700m European technology venture fund formed by the Carlyle Group, a US private equity firm.
Formerly he was founder and chief executive of QXL, which went to IPO on the Nasdaq and the London Stock Exchange and was sold 2007 for $1.9 billion.
He wrote a weekly technology column for the Financial Times for seven years, was previously on the staff of The Economist, and served as a foreign correspondent and bureau chief in Tokyo and Brussels.
He read PPE at Oxford, and is the author of three business books.
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