I am delighted to be part of Startup2020 on 18th January. More information coming closer to the date but in the meantime, get your tickets to the UKs biggest start-up show of the new year before they sell out!
Taking place on Saturday 18 January at King's College, London, StartUp 2020 is the biggest start-up show of the new year.
Anne Boden, founder, Starling Bank
Anne Boden founded Starling with a clear goal: to build a bank that would help you manage your money, all from one app. Thirty years ago, Anne pioneered the UK’s first same-day payment service that transformed electronic money. Anne’s ambition has brought together a team building a challenger bank that is set to reach one million accounts and £1 billion in deposits by the end of 2019. The question is what does it take?
Olivia Wollenberg, founder, Livia’s kitchen
The neuroscientist turns business woman tells the story of her healthy snack brand and how her turnover has more than doubled each year since launch. Now stocked in over 4,000 UK stores, Livia’s Kitchen plans to sell in excess of 5 million products in 2019.
Matt Lumb, former CEO of Tangle Teezer and CEO of Warpaint for Men and Daniel Gray, founder, Warpaint for Men
From a £100,000 Brixton flat start-up, Matt Lumb took Tangle Teezer to a £28.6m a year turnover. He’ll be sharing his thoughts on what it really takes to grow a brand and why company culture is key to success. Now CEO of start-up Warpaint for Men, he’ll be joined by the company's founder to talk societal disruption, Dragons' Den and top tips for start-up success.
Plus many more!
We'll also have zones focused on digital marketing, raising funds, entrepreneurial mindset, building a brand and much more!
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