San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Nick Hungerford, CEO of the UK's only online discretionary investment manager, will be sharing his experience and knowledge of setting up a business in today's tricky climate, and how to make it a success.
From an idea, pitching and seeking investment to marketing and growing a brand/product and it's credibility, Nick will take you on his personal journey from London to San Francisco and back again to where he is today - the CEO of an award winning start-up going from strength to strength and challenging the norm.
You will have the opportunity to ask questions and share your thoughts with Nick and the rest of the group. With a maximum attendance of 15 this is an excellent opportunity to take part in a focused, intimate group of fellow entrepreneurs hoping to be their own boss.
Drinks and canapes will be served.
Book your ticket now to avoid disappointment - only 15 tickets available.
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Nutmeg.com and SavvyWoman.co.uk
Nutmeg.com is a ground-breaking investing service offering investors an alternative to the traditional wealth management industry. Regulated by the FSA, Nutmeg is endorsed by the UKTI and backed by world-renowned investors. It offers a straightforward, transparent way of allowing investors access to gold standard asset management. Simple. Smart. Innovative. It’s how investing should be.
Savvywoman.co.uk is a money website aimed at helping women everywhere become a little richer. It’s the brainchild of Sarah Pennells, who is a well known personal finance journalist and broadcaster. SavvyWoman has been named as 5th in ‘The Times’ newspaper list of ‘50 top websites to save you money’. SavvyWoman.co.uk discusses money issues that affect women in a clear and user-friendly way and it has information on everything from retirement saving and investing to divorce and debt.