Thursday 5 May, 7-8 pm, Pfeiffer Room
How many times do you have to fail to succeed? How much does it hurt? Do all entrepreneurs fail at some point? Come and find out from Steve Marsh, Founder and CEO, GeoSpock.
GeoSpock is a start-up with two of Cambridge’s most successful entrepreneurs on board (they’ve helped Steve raise a Series A round of £3.5 million). Steve Marsh is a Computer Scientist by training and prior to GeoSpock he was completing his PhD at the University of Cambridge where he was building custom super-computers to carry out real-time simulation of extreme-scale neural networks.
Steve has form in student entrepreneurship, having been the Cambridge University Entrepreneur’s (CUE) Entrepreneur of the Year and a Centre for Enterprise Development and Research (CEDAR) Fellow in 2012, and Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship winner in 2013.
The event will continue afterwards in the student bar for a more informal chat with Steve and the Hughes Hall Enterprise Team.
This Business Subject Group Meeting/Hughes Hall Enterprise Society event is particularly aimed at EMBA students, but anyone with an interest in enterprise is warmly welcomed. Book via http://stevemarshathugheshall.eventbrite.co.uk