BathSPARK brings together people of Bath who work in tech.
It aims to create opportunity, encourage diversity and spark new ventures. Coder meet Creative. Creative meet entrepreneur. Entrepreneur meet talented graduate. This is social networking (for real) with local digital people enjoying a drink, and talking about what they love.
Due to popular demand, we have decided to revisit this tried and tested Brekkie with our good friends at Natwest Entrepreneur Accelerator (https://www.business.natwest.com/business/business-banking/services/entrepreneur-accelerator.html).
It's the perfect opportunity for you to take a peek into the minds of some amazing businesses and organisations who have been through the Start up journey.
If you're thinking about setting up a business find out how they managed to grow successfully, found the right support and funding and what advice they have for others thinking on the same journey!
Panel Speakers include:
- Jess Saumarez, Co founder of Lux
- Adrian Shedden, Co founder of Verinym
- Georgia Stewart, Co founder of Tumelo
- Rosie Letts, Founder of Rosie Letts Nutrition
Come have a bite of lunch and hear from some great speakers at the Bath SETsquared Innovation Centre.
Every month we're going to be bringing you 3x10 min lightening talks on entrepreneurship, funding, new tech and how to grow an amazing business! Grab some lunch and network with Bath’s most innovative businesses.
Speakers this session include:
Dr. Michael Wright, Senior Teaching Fellow from the Department of Computer Science will be the giving an insight into the University of
Bath Institute of Coding and the new Apprenticeship Degrees.
Jonathan Knee from Avon Wealth Management who will be talking about 'How to go into business with your friends - riskfree!'
Oscar De Mello from the University of Bath Centre for the Analysis of Motion, Entertainment Research and Applications CAMERA - will be sharing their latest projects and talking about collaboration opportunities.
Fran Zuch will be presenting Bath Girl Geeks and talking about what's in store for 2019