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The first of E-Club’s Entrepreneur in Residence (EIR) sessions for 2010/2011 is now open for bookings!

A visiting professor at the Business School and founder partner of corporate finance boutique Equitas. Gavin’s particular interests are in financials and building the team. An entrepreneur and corporate financier who helps young companies grow, Gavin advises on strategy and finance, trains technology innovators on presenting the business case, and invests in young companies as a business angel.

Whether you want to discuss an existing startup or a new idea, this is a handy chance to get some fresh advice with an hour of Gavin’s time. Sessions are available 10am-4pm Friday in the Business School (George Square), so sign up here if you want to take advantage – click on Gavin Don to see what times are still open, and enjoy!

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Oh good, my food budget was running low!Between now and Thursday you can learn how to raise some money, run your business better, gain some techie skills, and communicate – all the while enjoying free coffee, wine, crisps, pizza, beer, and then more drinks. Monday and Wednesday evenings are my top choices, but there’s plenty to catch here so hope you don’t have too many hot dates lined up this week.

Raising Finance for Young Companies: Monday 9th Nov, 6:30pm at Business School LT1 (7 Bristo Sq)

You’ll get the scoop from both the investor’s and entrepreneur’s points of view… enlightening us will be John Waddell, CEO of Archangel Informal Investment (Scotland’s leading angel investor group), along with George Mackintosh, a very successful business builder and seller. Who better to learn from than that pair? Sure to be another great talk from E-Club, this is the second of the Archangel Speaker Series events. Coffee available beforehand and free wine/crisps to follow! No RSVP needed, just show up.

Entrepreneur In Residence Sessions: Tuesday 10th Nov, 9:30am-4:15pm at Business School (7 Bristo Sq)

Organised by E-Club, these sessions give startups and folks wanting to start companies a chance to speak with someone who’s ‘been there, done that.’ The resident expert this month is (more…)

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