Otrā kārta - Kembridžas modulis

Darba valoda: angļu

Location and time: Cambridge, United Kingdom, 18th - 25th August, 2024

Program and detailed information: tbc

List of Mentors at Cambridge module and links to their profiles:

  • Alan Barrell - Heathcare and technology startups, innovation ecosystems, finance plan, providing feedback to founders' business and finance plans - Finland, Poland, UK, China
  • Claire Button - Early stage life science and healthtech ventures, designing business and commercial plans, preparing for pitching, finding and accessing relevant support and funds for ventures to grow and thrive - UK, China, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia

  • Dainis Senbergs  - Finance expert, financial instruments for newly born companies, presentation and communication specialist, experienced in industrial production companies and banking

  • David Bell - Communications, IT solutions and technology, business management and leadership, defining business goals, providing outside perspective, training individuals who want to learn how to speak and present like an expert - UK, Spain

  • Jan Storgards - Digital and creative industries, Software development, Computer games, Entrepreneurship and technology startups, European and regional funding, Company cluster development - Finland, UK
  • Jay Mitra - Professor of Business Enterprise and Innovation and Director of the Venture Academy at Essex Business School, University of Essex, expert on citizen entrepreneurship initiatives, leads the International Entrepreneurship Forum - a unique network and forum for researchers, policy makers and business practitioners working on entrepreneurship, innovation and regional development issues – UK, India, China
  • Marcia Baldry - Working in Cambridge and Chelmsford campuses of the Anglia Ruskin University to ensure that students and staff have all the skills, knowledge and creative mindset to become the entrepreneurs of the future
  • Mariam Makramalla – Educational researcher with a background in engineering and PhD in mathematics education, co-founder of educational social venture to serve schools in Egypt and in the Middle East
  • Modris Ozolins - Needs based new product development, value creation, marketing, marketing research, business modeling, solving technical challenges by applying TRIZ methodology
  • Orsolya Ihasz - Researcher in responsible innovation management and sustainability at Cranfield University, lecturer in Entrepreneurship at the Bettany Centre for Entrepreneurship, passionate about sustainable value creation - UK
  • Szymon Chmielowiec - gained practical knowledge about turning ideas into startups during his early studies time and running his own companies. His expertise encompasses digital marketing, using scalable sales systems. He shares an ideology called "Lean Startup" to help startups founders' building products that fit the market. – Poland, UK
  • Walter Herriot - Social entrepreneurship, medical and technology business development, networking and mentoring skills, innovation and incubation centres - Latvia, UK
  • Zigurds Likums - Product development in small and large enterprises, GovTech, software and digital transformation - Latvia, UK