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This is the conference programme for the Startup Career Launchpad Conference on April 18-19th 2013 in London, that I organised for NACUE. Featuring 70+ speakers, a range of partners and press, and ...

This is the conference programme for the Startup Career Launchpad Conference on April 18-19th 2013 in London, that I organised for NACUE. Featuring 70+ speakers, a range of partners and press, and 350+ attendees over two conference days, it is the biggest event I have personally ever organised, and also the biggest event NACUE has ever been associated with in the five years since its founding.

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    • the light bar london
    • We are NACUE.We’re working to awaken the entrepreneurialpotential of students and graduates. b Supporting the growth of enterprise societies b Connecting and training enterprising students b Representing and celebrating the UK’s young entrepreneurs b Working across 135 college and university campuses in 2013 / 2014 www.nacue.com @nacue
    • welcome!Welcome to what is now our second StartupCareer Launchpad.Last year we hosted over 130 of you atthe Google Campus together with someof London’s hottest startups. You learnt,connected, built... some of you even foundemployment. And that’s what the event wasreally all about. Showing you what life in and around startups can be. In 2012we exposed the skills, the knowledge and the life startups offer. In 2013, we’retaking things up a notch.Over the next two days we’ve laid on over 70 speakers - all of whom have,or are, making their mark on the world. Whether you’re a student, graduate,or someone looking for a new opportunity, there’s something here for you.We’ve designed sessions that cover everything from the impact startups arehaving on the music industry, right through to workshops on getting started ina startup.So, make it your own. Challenge the speakers, network, and step outside ofyour comfort zone. After all, that’s what startups are all about, isn’t it?I look forward to hearing your startup story.Hushpreet DhaliwalCEO, NACUE @hushpreet
    • PRINCIPLE PARTNERS GOLD PARTNERS
    • about the conferenceAs a charitable organisation, NACUE Day one brings together the biggestorganises some of the UK’s biggest names in tech and enterprise toenterprise events. tackle the global startup agenda.The Startup Career Launchpad 2013 We’ve got panels coveringbrings together the European Startup everything from the impact startupsCommunity over two days in London. are having on the music industry,We have one goal, to connect the right through to the future of codeleading figures in entrepreneurship, education. On day two, things turninvestment and startups with some practical - with workshops and talksof the world’s brightest students and on the skills, knowledge and insightgraduates. needed to succeed in the world of startups.Since 2012, we’ve broughtinfluential change makers from The next two days will give youacross the European Startup the chance to meet some of thecommunity to speak in London. world’s most innovative companies, the talent behind them, plus theAt Google Campus last year, we investors and backers that supportwelcomed some of the most exciting them.names in enterprise, with attendancefrom VC giant ACCEL Partners; We encourage you to make someSeatwave Founder, Joe Cohen; and great connections, and leavethe likes of DueDil, GoCardless & energised for your own startupSmarkets. journey.This year over 350 guests, 70speakers and leading journalists will -the nacue teamjoin us from all over the world for an EXHIBawesome conference. TERRACED AREA
    • here‘ the s venu e map BAR OUTDOOR SPACE UPSTAIRS vips BARBITION DOWNSTAIRS ENTRANCE
    • day one the startup agen da08.30 Registration & Networking 09:00-09:05 Introduction to NACUE Hushpreet Dhaliwal, CEO of NACUE09:05-09:10 Welcome Launchpad Conference Organisers, NACUE09:10-09:30 Fireside Chat Baroness Lane-Fox of Soho, co-founder, Lastminute.com with Rory Cellan Jones, Tech Editor, BBC09:30-10:05 A New Frontier: Peer to peer finance and crowdfunding - Rhydian Lewis, Co-Founder, Ratesetter - Jeff Lynn, Founder of Seedrs - Bruce Davis, Managing Director, Abundance Generation Moderator: Helen Loveless, Enterprise Editor, Mail on Sunday10:05-10:25 Twilio fireside chat on cloud services - James Parton, Director Europe, Twilio - Magdalena Krön, CMO, of Shift Swap10.25 - 10.40 Keynote: Simon Clark, Chairman, BVCA & Managing Partner, Fidelity Growth Partners10:40am Break10:55-11:30am DOWNSTAIRS Raising your first £1,000,000 (sofa chat) - Nina Faulhaber, Early Stage Investor at Index Ventures - Harry Briggs, Principal at Balderton Capital - Siavash Ghorbani, CTO and Co-founder of Tictail 10:55 -11.30 UPSTAIRS Going glocal - Monetising the local economy - Alex Depledge, Co-Founder, Teddle - Mike Xenakis, Managing Director, OpenTable Intl - Megan Zoback, International Launcher, Uber - Rytis Vitkauskas, Founder, YPlan Moderator: Courtney Boyd-Meyers, Co-Founder of 3460 Miles
    • 11:30- 12:05 DOWNSTAIRS Cashing in - How to exit (sofa chat) - Justin Pritchard, Director Media M&A, Ernst & Young - Hugh Campbell, Managing Partner, GP Bullhound - Immaculada Martinez, Partner, Opus Capital Partners11.30 - 12.05 UPSTAIRS - Business for Good - Melissa Clark-Reynolds, Founder, Minimonos.com - Jude Ower, Founder, Playmob - Diana Verde-Nieto, Founder, Positive Luxury - Raphaelle Heaf, Founder, Artspotter Moderator: Maila Reeves, UK Editor The Next Women Magazine12.05 - 12.25 DOWNSTAIRS - Keynote Address: Information Security and Defense Innovation Dr. Liz O Driscoll, BAE Systems12.25 - 12.40 DOWNSTAIRS - Going East - Why Hong Kong is the place to start out David Parker, Head, InvestHK (UK) 12.05 - 12.40 UPSTAIRS - Making sense of Big Data: Social Media Analytics - Nick Halstead, Founder, Datasift - Phil Guest, CCO, Peerindex - Alexander Peiniger, Founder, Quintly Moderator: James Knight, International Relations at TechHub 12:40 - 13.15 DOWNSTAIRS - Lunch 13.15 - 13:30 DOWNSTAIRS What we look for at the Bonnier Accelerator - Elisabeth Palombo, Director, Bonnier AB13.30 - 13.45 DOWNSTAIRS Taylor Vinters Presentation13:15 - 13.50 UPSTAIRS - Building the Future: Technology in Education (Sofa Chat) - Jack Lang, Founding Trustee, Raspberry Pi Foundation - Suneet Singh Tuli, CEO, Datawind - Diana Stepner, Head of Future Technologies, Pearson - Alistair Blackwell, Co Founder, CTO, Decoded
    • 13:45 - 14:20 DOWNSTAIRS ACCELERATE Panel 1: The Impact of Startup Accelerators - Jon Bradford, Managing Director, Techstars - Carsten Kolbeck, Co-Founder, Startup Bootcamp - Itxaso Delpalacio, Startup Leadership Program/EC1 Capital/Founder’s Fit - Reshma Sohoni, Co-Founder/Partner, Seedcamp Moderator: Martin Bryant, Managing Editor (UK) of The Next Web 14.20 - 14:50 UPSTAIRS: The Future of Code Education - Amelia Humfress, cofounder/CEO, Steer.me - Ali Blackwell, cofounder/CTO, Decoded - Josh Oldham, CEO, FreeFormers - Iris Lapinski, Founder/CEO AppsforGood Moderator: Matt Cynamon, Director Europe, General Assembly14:20 - 14:50 DOWNSTAIRS ACCELERATE Panel 2: The How and Why: Startup Accelerators (differentiating accelerators in a crowded landscape) - Elisabeth Palombo, Director, Bonnier AB - Andrew Humphries, Founder, The Bakery - Matthew Stafford, Co-Founder, Collider12 - Jevgeni Peltola, Head of International Relations, Startup Sauna Moderator: Benjamin Southworth, Deputy CEO, TechCity UK UPSTAIRS SESSIONS CLOSE14.50 - 15.05 Keynote - Bindi Karia, VP Accelerator Silicon Valley Bank UK15:05-15:40 Fireside Chat plus Q&A Michael Acton Smith and Divinia Knowles of MindCandy15:40 - 15:50 Break / Guest Video Address: Hi From Silicon Valley - Stanford Ignite15:50 - 16:05 Keynote: Rohan Silva, Senior Policy Adviser to the Prime Minister16:10 - 17:10 NACUE Policy Deepdive ( Upstairs Session for 20 people)16:05 - 16:40 DOWNSTAIRS > || (share): The Future of Music and why it matters - Julia Hawkins, Universal Music - Will Mills, Director of Music & Content at Shazam - Nico Perez, Co-founder of Mixcloud Moderator: Miranda Sawyer, BBC
    • 16:40 - 17.00 DOWNSTAIRS - New Avenues for Online Payment Processing (fireside chat) - Mark Henkel, CEO, Paymill - Nico Watzenig: Co-founder & CEO, Birdback17.00 - 17:10 Keynote: Alicia Navarro, Founder & CEO, Skimlinks17:10 - 17:20 Guest Address - Communicating in a Digital World Marc Hartog, Founder, Aptitude Media17.20 - 17.30 Closing Keynote: Clive Punter, former CEO, CBS Outdoor & former Global MD Marketing at LinkedIn17:30 Day One Close - Conference organisers
    • day two Career Lau nchpad08.45 Registration & Networking 09:00-09:05 Introduction to NACUE Hushpreet Dhaliwal, CEO of NACUE09:05-09:10 Welcome to day two Launchpad Conference Organisers, NACUE09:10 - 09:30 The Entrepreneurial Spirit Sean Cornwell - former Google, eHarmony & serial entrepreneur 09:30 - 09:50 Mistakes as an Entrepreneur Heather Russell, Founder, Rinkya09:50 - 10:10 Hacking your Education Dale Stephens, Founder, Uncollege10:10 - 10:25 Founder Talk: Siavash Ghorbani, Co-founder & CTO, Tictail10:25 - 10:40 Founder Talk: Anthony Ng Monica, Founder & CEO, Swogo10.40 - 11.30 Brunch, networking and product demos!11:30 - 12:45 Made by Many workshops - Nicki Sprinz, Paul Sims, Farrah Bostic Customer Validation, Lean Product Development, Branding & Marketing to your Audience 12:45 - 13:15 Starting out in a startup Amanda Foley, Community Manager, Gogobot13:15 - 13:25 Break & Networking
    • 13:25 - 14:00 Chartered Management Institute (CMI) panel on Startup Management: - Cassandra Harris, co-founder of FreeFormers - Liz Jackson, (as seen on Undercover Millionaire), CEO, Great Guns Marketing - Ann Francke, CEO, CMI (moderator)14:00 - 15:30 ‘Teaching Yourself to Learn how to Code’ Rob Johnson, Founder & CEO, Makers Academy (Pizza served during workshop!)15:30 - 15:40 Founder Talk: Odera Ume-Ezeoke, Founder, Viewsy15:40 - 15:50 Founder Talk: Seb Sheiky, Founder, 400Holidays15:50 - 16:00 Founder Talk: Jenny Griffiths, Founder, SnapFashion16:00 - 16:30 Interview: Nicolas Brusson, co-founder, Blablacar Liam Boogar, Founder/Editor, the Rude Baguette 16:30 Conference close become a web developer in 10 weeks@MakersAcademy www.makersacademy.com
    • the conferenceor ganisers David (杨励峰) oversees Nacue’s commercial partnerships and manages the business development team. This includes working with major international companies and fast growing SMEs to identify and connect some of the most enterprising people in the UK. A fluent Mandarin speaker, David retains strong connections in the Shanghai-Nanjing- Hangzhou golden triangle area as well as PE and VC providers in Tianjin. david.young@nacue.com / 07941 606 843 Christopher was responsible for Speakers and Content at the Startup Career Launchpad. Prior to joining NACUE, Christopher was the youngest-ever President of Oxford Entrepreneurs, he attended the University of Oxford, where he matriculated at age 17. He helped start several youth enterprise programmes (FounderBus UK, StartupBus Afrika), helped expand others (Kairos Society), and received several fellowships as a result (RSA, Startup Leadership Program, Start-Up of You, etc). chris@nacue.com / 07788 803 268 Jonty is NACUE’s Head of Communications and Events. As well as overseeing the annual cycle of events, including the Student Enterprise Conference, Varsity Pitch Competition and Startup Career Launchpad, Jonty heads up NACUE’s marketing department. He plays five instruments, He writes for a Californian lifestyle magazine called vhcle, and plays entrepreneur himself at AP Visual. jonty@nacue.com / 07767 069 384 / @nacue
    • Conference highlightsnetwork withhear fromMichael Action-Smith Martha Lane-Fox Rohan Silva Divinia KnowlesFounder / CEO Co-founder Senior Policy Adviser CFO / COOMind Candy Lastminute.com to Prime Minister Mind Candy and keep up on twitter!
    • Secure REST API Full integration with your website Simple pricing Fast account activation Accept multiple currencies Fast and local supportpaymill.com < Payments made easy />Too talented for yourday job? Apply toBonnier Accelerator.entrepreneurs the chance of a lifetime. You will gain access to the resourcesand network of a media conglomerate that spreads over 18 countries.Simply apply on www.bonnieraccelerator.com with your boldestvisions or your brilliant self. The rest will be history.
    • Conferenceafterparty *all attendees on guestlist
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