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London OpenCoffee Club

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Location: London
Members: 75
Latest Activity: Feb 27, 2012

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Comment by Paul Reid on April 28, 2008 at 8:49am
Hi all. When is your next meet?
Comment by Victoria Pearson on July 22, 2008 at 3:21pm
Hi, when is the next meeting? thanks
Comment by Simon Parkhouse on April 9, 2009 at 8:13am
I have a substantial piece of software aimed at the car rental market, developed in partnership with one of the industries leading senior executives and domain experts. The company that commissioned the work have since gone bust owing my company quite alot of money, but leaving me with ownsership of the software. Myself and the afore mentioned commercial director want to continue the project as we see a viable future. We have suppliers in place but require funding for marketing. Would there be any interest for this at your meetings? Thanks
Comment by Mark Nagurski on May 14, 2009 at 1:36pm
Just wondering who might be headed to the London meetup next Thursday (21/05/09)? Will be in town for a few days and was planning on dropping by.
Comment by john barrett on May 24, 2009 at 8:12pm
hi everyone,

i am trying to get some ideas of the ground and am looking for a partner/developer who could help. let me know if you may be interested.

i would love to come along to the meet-up but am a bit confused as to whether this is a different open coffee meet to the one saul organises at the ucl roberts building. i went along to some of those ones when they were at waterstones in piccadilly. can someone let me know?

Comment by Anthony Cohen on June 30, 2009 at 2:49pm
Hi All, I will be in London from Mid July onwards and would like to get funding for my new start-up. Please contact me for more info.
Comment by Xu Zhang on July 13, 2009 at 12:18pm
Dear Sir or Madame,

Thank you first for taking the time to read this.

My name is Xu Zhang and I am a postgraduate student at University College London (UCL) on Technology Entrepreneurship MSc. For dissertation, I am participating in the Airplank™ project which is suggested by Arup. Airplank™ is a lightweight, inflatable and foldable gangway or passerelle for convenient passage between waterborne vessels and land such as a dock or pier.

If you are involved in yachting or boating, please could you spare up to 10 minutes of your time to complete an online questionnaire for me? Your response is important in enabling me to obtain an understanding on potential customer needs and get feedback on Airplank™. Also, please could you help me forward this email to anyone who is involved in yachting or boating you might know?

The online-questionnaire link:

All data is strictly confidential and will not be used for any other purposes.
Confidentiality also means that the background information from the questionnaire will be coded and stored in such a way as to make it impossible to identify them directly with any individual.

Thanks for your time and I really appreciate your help.

Kind regards,
Xu Zhang
Comment by Denis Baddeley on September 4, 2009 at 8:41am
Looking forward to meeting fellow entrepreneurs at a future meeting. Good luck to all, Den
Comment by martine parry on September 10, 2009 at 9:50pm
In case you didn't get the emailed invite - You are invited to the 2nd Investment & Funding Summit on 14 October in London to meet everyone funding the most viable businesses right now.

I do hope that you can make it and take advantage of the cheaper early bird which ends on 14 September (£100 discount on full delegate fee).
Hope to meet you guys there. Details are below.


The Michael Birch and Brent Hoberman fund: PROFounders Capital, joins other panelist leaders in investment; whilst Nick Parker (games industry analyst), David Bailey (CFO, Seven Arts Pictures) and Tony Pearce (CEO, Player X) join the industry leaders line-up of speakers for the 2nd Funding & Investment Summit on 14 October in London.

There's a great line-up of speakers, VCs and Angels - all looking for great investments .. and speakers from successful companies that have gone through rounds of funding and have successfully exited.

* Meet the leaders in one place at one time
* Learn how to be successful - from first round of funding to exit
* Understand the key markets and models that are attracting investment now
* Network with the leaders across funding, media, games, animation, music, mobile and film
* Position your business for investment

Speakers include: Nick Parker, Leading Games Analyst; David Bailey, Seven Arts Pictures; Nicki Hattingh, Creative Arts Investment Network; Melanie Hayes, 4iP (Channel 4); AndyTaite, Pembridge Partners LLC; Sean Seton-Rogers, PROfounders Capital (Michael Birch of Bebo and Brent Hoberman fund); Nenad Marovac, DN Capital; Mauro Pretolani, TLcom Capital LLP; Tony Fish, AMF Ventures; Natalie Tydeman, GMT Partners; Tony Pearce, CEO, Player X; Henrique Olifiers, Jagex; Paul Comben, AT New Media. More to announce.

Early Bird ends 14 September.

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