By news editor, on 12 March 2013
This UCL professional networking event on 19 February was the second that I have been to and I was unsurprised to find it as well-attended as the previous one.
Among the audience were several family groups, where two generations of UCL alumni had come along to seek advice before launching their first family enterprise.
The panellist’s backgrounds were varied: while Michael Doyle, CEO of the Alacrity Foundation, and Christian Nentwich, founder and CEO of Model Two Zero Ltd, had studied computer science at UCL, Sanchita Saha, CEO and founder of Citysocializer, and Nageela Yusuf, founder and MD of Cerebriam, had studied maths and archaeology respectively.
This was encouraging to see for those of us in the audience with a more limited grasp of the digital world (more…)