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An event to inspire all would-be entrepreneurs, technologists and the business community, especially valuable to both engineering and students of business studies.

Date and Time

08 October 2012 - 19:30-21:00

Location

Worcester, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Hereford and Worcester local network.


About this event

An event to inspire all would-be entrepreneurs, technologists and the business community, especially valuable to both engineering and students of business studies.

Narrating the story of how he lead ARM from a 13 person start-up to the world's leading semiconductor Intellectual company he will describe the key actions required to give a strong foundation for a new company with a business model based on global standards and key partnerships. ARM processors are now found in more than 90% of the planet’s mobile phones.

Sir Robin has a wealth of experience to offer and will share his enthusiasm for being involved at the ground level.

Speaker

Sir Robin Saxby, Past President IET

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