EntrepreneurCountry Forum

EntrepreneurCountry Forum 19th April 2016

EntrepreneurCountry Forum is one of the largest events of its kind in the UK. It allows entrepreneurs to network with 500 key decision makers from leading high-growth SMEs, corporates and investors to connect, share intelligence, trade, discuss the future and to listen to the great entrepreneurs of today.

In our experience, high-growth companies find it challenging to interact and partner with corporates and one of the mission of our Forums is to facilitate such meetings. The attendees on the day tend to come from a range of industries from retail to finance, to healthcare and transportation among others with the common goal of connecting and growing businesses.

The event promises to teach delegates how to tune into the market, find out the gaps and imagine, build and deploy. And, more importantly, delegates can network with fellow business leaders and hear from an outstanding line-up of high profile entrepreneurial speakers, who are persistent and courageous enough to change the way society works forever.

Join us on 19th April 2016 at The Royal Institution of Great Britain in London.

This year's forum speaker and panellist line-up includes:

  • Marc Worth

    Chairman and CEO of Stylus Media Group

  • Alberto Rodriguez de Lama

    CEO of Nexium Customer Solutions – acquired by the Nielsen Group.

  • Niall Murphy

    Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Evrythng

  • Dan Wagner

    CEO of Powa Technologies

  • Luke Lang

    Co-founder of Crowdcube - the world’s first, largest and most active investment crowdfunding platform

  • Simon Hunt

    CTO Home Gateway Security, Intel

  • Craig Gosling

    Business Lead for the Digital Home – BT

  • Heather Jackson

    Founder and Chair, An Inspirational Journey

  • Philippe Cayrol

    General Manager, BlaBlaCar

  • Michael Tobin OBE

    Entrepreneur. Philanthropist. Champion of education, welfare & empowerment for children & young people.

This year's forum partners includes:

  • Adeo
  • Credit Agricole
  • ESB