The Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship at MIT in Boston was set up as a fellowship program to help MIT students build and scale their ventures through “principled, entrepreneurial leadership”. The center also provides seed grants and travel expenses for “students looking to explore and experience global innovation-driven entrepreneurship (IDE) opportunities”,
TechDay is coming – even by London start-up standards October 27th represents a special date for your diary.
“Meet the entire London start-up community”, the flier exclaims; “build the relationships you need for growth with the 200 start-ups and 7,500 press, investors, & early adopters attending TechDay.”
The Excel Centre in London’s Victoria Dock will play host to the Apps World Conference on the 19th and 20th October.
Europe’s largest “gathering of passionate developers, mobile and marketing professionals” and “the only event to focus on end-to-end process of app conception, from idea, investment and start-up through to design development and marketing” will attract thousands of mobile professionals,
From Thursday 15th to Friday 16th September the Truman Brewery in Brick lane, Shoreditch will play host to Future World 2016; inspired by the concept of “Deep Tech”, the conference aims to provide a “world class” platform to showcase deep tech in all of its weird and wonderful glory.
Yes, there’s a big vote taking place tomorrow and if you read on we will share the thoughts of some of the “Techerati” on Brexit, but before we do that let’s have a shizzle through what’s been dropping into Haggerston Times’ virtual postbox so far this week.
The ninth annual Wired Business Conference will take place in New York on 16th June at Spring Studios; the first round of speakers was announced last week by Wired and as you might expect it’s an eclectic mix of thought leaders, influencers, innovators and entrepreneurs.