• Side Hustles: How To Launch A Business On The Side

    Entrepreneurs often use their spare time to get validation for a business idea while they are employed full time. Let's learn more about it. REGISTER HERE: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/side-hustles-how-to-launch-a-business-on-the-side-tickets-66462859201 Side hustles are probably the most common entrepreneurial activity among employees in large organizations. Having a business idea while employed full time often results in a dilemma: should I quit now and pursue my idea full time? Or should I wait until I have more validation? But if I wait, will I have the resilience and the stamina to make it happen for real? How should I set things up from a legal, contractual point of view with my employer? Let's learn more from two "side hustlers" who succeeded and eventually took the plunge. AGENDA 18:00 welcome and drinks 18:30 - Side Hustles panel: let's learn from two case studies how to succeed with doing entrepreneurial activities on a side. Panel includes: - Jonathan Jayson launched The Comedy Crowd, an online platform where like minded creators and fans who together help develop new comedy projects while working full time. He decided to focus full time on his business idea after 9 years at EY - Ernest & Young. - Davide Turi is a "serial side-hustler". During the last 20 years he juggled between corporate jobs and launching two startups - one of them sold - publishing nine books, lecturing at universities and managing an independent record label. He has also started Studio Zao as a side hustle, now his full-time, and only, job. 19:30 - More Drinks and Networking

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  • Corporate Spin-outs: When Intrapreneurs launch new business models

    CORPORATE SPIN-OUTS When we think of corporate ventures and spin-outs, we think about the investment perspective, the numbers, the portfolio. Perhaps we don’t immediately think about it from the perspective of the ones actually doing it: the intrapreneurs. In this month’s Corporate Entrepreneurs London series, we will have two corporate ventures talk about how they got off the ground, but told from the perspective of those who rolled up their sleeves and made it happen. We will hear about how real corporate ventures and spin-outs formed, grew and scaled. WHO IS THIS EVENT FOR? This event is for anyone working on, interested in, supporting or leading innovation projects inside their organisation, from any business function or unit. +++ GET YOUR TICKET ON EVENTBRITE: bit.ly/CEmay19 ++++ AGENDA 6.00 — Doors Open; pizza and soft drinks 6.30 — Welcome 6.45 — Two speakers: Matt Kennedy - Solutions Lead at Pentland Brands, home of top sportswear as Lacoste, Berghaus, Speedo, Ellesse and others. Matt will share his journey of preparing the spin-out of the new kids footwear brand Todl and the swimming brand Futura Swim within a 42,000 employees global company. Samson Rogers — co-founder and CEO of Cellular Highways, a new microfluidic technology for sorting cells, with clinical applications such as cell therapies and liquid biopsies. Scientist and inventor by background, Samson has led Cellular Highways from inception to spin-out from TTP plc. 7.30 — Q&A and Dynamic Discussion 7.50 — Networking and Drinks to follow SPEAKERS BIO Samson Rogers: Samson Rogers has previously worked on a variety of life science technologies at TTP, co-founded two start-ups, and published research papers on techniques of measuring biomolecules and cells. Samson has a PhD from Cambridge and an MBA from the ESMT. The team, led by Samson, has been developing the VACS technology for the past two years. The core technology is the smallest, high -speed multiplexable microfluidic sorter yet invented – also the most suitable for automation and manufacturing. Matt Kennedy - Solutions Lead at Pentland Brands, a family of brands that are set to disrupt the sports and fashion industry. With a background in Unilever, where he created new products & services for the world’s largest brands, Matt leads innovation projects across the group, notably creating the new kids footwear brand Todl and swimming brand Futura Swim. COMPANIES PROFILE PENTLAND GROUP is a British privately held, global brand management company, involved in the sports, outdoor and fashion markets. Based in Finchley, north London, it is owned by Stephen Rubin and family. The Group's brand management division, Pentland Brands, now comprises a portfolio of brands covering sports, outdoor and fashion. It manages owned brands such as Boxfresh, Canterbury, Ellesse, Endura, KangaRoos, Lacoste, Mitre, Red or Dead, Seaves and Speedo; and also operates, under global licenses, the footwear division of Karen Millen, and Kickers in the UK. Pentland is also a minority shareholder for other brands, including Hunter Boot Ltd and Heidi Klein. TTP PLC is an independent technology company where scientists and engineers collaborate to invent, design and develop new products and technologies. Working across a wide spectrum of industries including health, telecoms, industrials and consumer, TTP creates breakthrough solutions that bring strong commercial value to clients and the benefits of technology to all. CELLULAR HIGHWAYS, TTP plc’s most recent spin out, is developing a new generation of automated high-throughput cell sorting instruments for research, diagnostic and therapeutic applications. The new spin-out was founded to commercialise TTP’s proprietary Vortex-Actuated Cell Sorting (VACS) technology. This technology has the potential to enable new cell therapies, liquid biopsy diagnostics, and high throughput drug discovery applications.

  • THE "INSIDE ENTREPRENEURS" — STORIES OF CHANGE FROM WITHIN

    THE "INSIDE ENTREPRENEURS" — STORIES OF CHANGE FROM WITHIN Making change happen in large corporations isn't easy. Launching new innovations, products and even new business ventures is super difficult. But why, precisely? How can it be done? We can complain about it all day, but learning from practical examples is key. Join us for an evening focused on sharing, learning and networking for corporate entrepreneurs. If you are someone looking to drive innovative change from within your organisation, then come talk to us. +++ REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE HERE: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-inside-entrepreneurs-stories-of-change-from-within-tickets-56414192368 We will have three stories about personal and intense intrapreneurial journeys from: – Deborah Madelaine, Global User Centricity Community Senior Manager at Mars inc. – Jean-Baptiste Limare, Head of Veygo at Admiral Group – Erik de Kroon, CEO & Co-founder of Yordex, former Worldpay AGENDA 6.00 — Doors Open 6.30 — Welcome 6.45 — Speakers 7.30 — Q&A and Dynamic Discussion 7.50 — Networking and Drinks SPEAKERS PROFILE Deborah Madelaine works for Mars incorporated as Global Senior Community Manager in the User Centricity team. Her mission is to drive a movement within the organization which vision is to have “a Mars made of bold thinkers and brave doers who are user-centric and ready for tomorrow” as part of the company wide digital transformation efforts. After just one year of existence, the movement has gathered 10,000 enthusiastic Associates. Jean-Baptiste Limare is has been driving innovation at the motor insurance company Admiral Group constituent of FTSE 100 index during the last 5 years. After having led initiatives in the sharing economy and new motors, is now leading Veygo, the new service from Admiral Group providing temporary car insurance for sharing or borrowing a car. Erik de Kroon is CEO and co-founder of Yordex, where they help businesses control spend, save up to 75% of time processing invoices and improve cash flow. Previously he has been leading teams launching new products for the payment processing company WorldPay, a global organisation with 5,000 employees and £4.5B revenue/year.

  • The Intrapreneur Club

    Veranstaltungsort für Mitglieder sichtbar

    Intrapreneurs are famous for taking ideas and making them happen. They have an eye for opportunity and are often the force behind winning products and processes. But with limited resources how do employers allow intrapreneurs the freedom and finance needed to pursue these visions? Global {M} & The Collective have teamed for the second edition of the Intrapreneur Club, where we’ll be uncovering what steps employers can take to empower intrapreneurs and how intrapreneurs can turn their vision into a reality. Speakers: Kelvin Hughes, Unilever "The reality of being a social intrapreneur in a corporate" Carl Pratt, DECLABS "Creating the environment that inspires innovation" Richard Stobart, Unboxed Consulting "The process will set you free" Stefan van der Fluit, Nuklius "Bringing Entrepreneurship to the Masses; wherever they may be!" Who should attend? Established and aspiring intrapreneurs & employers who want to create an intrapreneurial working environment (and anyone interested in intrapreneurship). Please RSVP here: https://global-m.typeform.com/to/TC43xX or to [masked] before September 25. We will send you the location once you RSVP.

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  • Global Intrapreneur Society: Social Innovation

    Veranstaltungsort für Mitglieder sichtbar

    This will be the launch event for the Global Intrapreneur Society, a practical workshop for intrapreneurs to come together to address social issues. The first event will take place on Thursday 12th March at Capgemini, 40 Holburn Viaduct, EC1N 2PB. If you are interested in coming along to find out more about the Global Intrapreneur Society, using intrapreneurship to address social issues, and of course to meet some great people we'd love to see you there! Please to let me know if you would like to attend by emailing me at [masked] and if there are any additional guests you want to bring along. It is essential you let me know by email before Friday 6th March. Please note there will be limited spaces available at this event.

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  • Intrapreneurs Meetup

    Veranstaltungsort für Mitglieder sichtbar

    Global {M}ethod will be hosting their first intrapreneur focused event at the beginning of February. The meetup is designed with networking in mind. We want to bring intrapreneurs together with organisations to discuss the value and potential of nurturing intrapreneurs in the workplace. We want to bring together an intrapreneur club where complementary skills and ideas can be shared. This meetup will provide a great opportunity to connect with the intrapreneurs who are driving change across the tech industry. Industry experts will be providing advice on how to nurture these individuals for them to reach their full potential. Not to be missed! If you would like to attend, please sign up here (https://laura78.typeform.com/to/B98Vcx) so that we can confirm.

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