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Cheltenham Meetings : Cheltenham BIG Breakfast Meeting  

Cheltenham BIG Breakfast Meeting

When are these meetings held

1 June 2018


Agenda incl:
Guest speaker
Dr Adrian Burden
Cheltenham BID business of the month

Monrose Boutique

Local news updates

Clarence Social
1 Clarence Parade

What Time?
Arrivals from 07:00

Guest Charity
Charity of the Month

Please note, any payments made for these events via paypal will not be refunded for non attendance unless 24 hours notice is given.
Cheltenham BIG Breakfast Meeting
£12.50 (exc VAT @ 20%)  
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Dr Adrian Burden is an entrepreneur and commentator on business and innovation. In April 2018 he was appointed a Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence at the University of Birmingham.

Adrian has since co-founded Key IQ Ltd, a UK based business and technology catalyst that operates the Wyche Innovation Centre for the benefit of entrepreneurs keen to start and grow their own businesses.

In 2012 he founded the Malvern Festival of Innovation which has grown to become a nationally recognised event showcasing science, technology and entrepreneurship to school students, business professionals and members of the public.

Adrian is also a co-founding director of the UK Cyber Security Forum CIC social enterprise and of a blockchain startup called BlockMark Technologies Ltd

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