Shadow Foundr's first pitch and networking event of the year takes place at Citizen M Hotel in London from 7.00pm on Thursday 15th February and features a presentation from one of the Education Technology sector's rising stars, Shaw Academy.
Shadow Foundr, Edwards Accountants and Cresco Innovation, supported by the D2N2 Growth Hub, are holding two free investment surgeries.
The next Access to Finance Investment Surgery, hosted by Shadow Founder, takes place in Derby on Tuesday 28th November 2017, giving selected companies seeking growth capital a free one-hour meeting with COO of Shadow Foundr, Jason Kluver, Edwards director Neil Taylor, CEO of Cresco Innovation, Jo Derbyshire and business angel investor and business mentor, Paul Jenkinson, who is also on the Advisory Board of Shadow Foundr and John O’Donnell, Business Finance Manager, D2N2 Growth Hub.
In October, Shadow Foundr hosted a presentation of two investment opportunities – Cityzenith and Airbeem – at citizenM in London.
These are a series of Access to Finance Surgeries, hosted by Shadow Founsr, where selected companies seeking growth capital have a free one hour meeting with COO of Shadow Foundr, Jason Kluver, Edwards director Neil Taylor, CEO of Cresco Innovation Jo Derbyshire and business angel investor and business mentor Paul Jenkinson, who is also on the Advisory Board of Shadow Foundr and John O’Donnell, Business Finance Manager, D2N2 Growth Hub.
Shadow Foundr was recently privileged to sit on some judging panels for Venture Fest in the West Midlands.
Around 50 early stage businesses pitched their opportunities, with the final 9 going head to head at Birmingham’s NEC in late June.
What was evident was the quality of proposition coming out of the Midlands. What was encouraging was that most of these had realistic valuations unlike many over-inflated valuations often seen in the capital and surrounds.
- Investor Presentation, Thursday July 20th, 7pm -
The Biotech world has started opening up to Shadow Foundr, courtesy of new affiliations forged at various universities and innovation centres.
It is a world that is vitally important for our health and well-being, and one that is helping us to live longer, happier lives.
- Webinar with the Founders Thursday, July 13th, 7pm -
It has been a long journey for DRENL and its early investors, nearly five years in fact, for some. However, that is still considerably less than the industry average 7-year period it takes for renewables projects such as DRENL’s to come to fruition.