HBSAAL PITCH EVENT ON NOVEMBER 19, MODERATED BY ROHAN PRADHAN, COO AT DELIVEROO
|Date:||19.11.2019 - 19.11.2019|
|Location:||Taylor Wessing, 5 New Street Square, London, EC4A 3TW|
HBSAAL PITCH EVENT, MODERATED BY ROHAN PRADHAN, COO AT DELIVEROO
Tuesday, 19 November 2019
Taylor Wessing, 5 New Street Square, EC4A 3TW
18.30 Registration, 19.00 Pitch Presentation, 20.30 Networking
Drinks and Canapes will be served
The next Pitch Event of the Harvard Business School Alumni Angels of London (HBSAAL) is on Tuesday, 19 November 2019.
HBS Angels pitch events are interactive, and there is the opportunity to network with other angel investors, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, experienced early-stage partners, and HBS alumni.
Please forward to fellow business angels who may be interested. For this event, guests are welcome, as part of our mission to add value to the broader business and entrepreneurial community in the UK.
Our event will be moderated by Rohan Pradhan.
Rohan Pradhan is the Chief Operating Officer at Deliveroo, where he is responsible for Deliveroo’s sales and account management across its 13 countries. He has been a member of Deliveroo’s executive team since 2016. Prior to this, Rohan was a founding team member for Prime Now 3P, Amazon’s 1 hour delivery service in the US and was the lead PM for Prime Now’s European expansion.
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Alternatively contact Janet Talbut on [email protected] / 01223 812800
In order to conform with UK legislation you must now self-certify that you are a high net worth individual or a sophisticated investor to attend all HBS Angels pitch events.
Please bring the completed self-certification form with you or you will need to sign one on the door.
On behalf of the HBS Angels board, thank you for your interest in HBS Angels, and we look forward to seeing you on 19 November.
We are pleased to announce the four high profile companies pitching for your investment at our next pitch event on 19 November.
Lake Parime is involved in the design, manufacture, and operation of High-Performance Computing Systems powered by clean energy. The company’s ‘Powerbox’ solution (a data-centre housed in a shipping container) enables wind and solar farms to generate an extra income by utilising power that cannot be economically stored or sold to the grid. Lake Parime offers a service that turns energy into money – the data centre and service to end-users is fully managed by Lake Parime.
Pepper is the UK’s market leading B2B SaaS platform transforming the customer experience in hospitality with mobile. Creating merchant branded apps for hospitality companies, Pepper modernises the customer journey, while gathering actionable date for direct mobile marketing. Working with 100 + companies in the UK, US, Canada and Australia in 600+ locations, Pepper has recently signed partnership deals with Square and Coca Cola to expand rapidly in the US.
Sook’s solution maximises the utility of retail units allowing multiple different users to occupy them flexibly and affordably across a week. Sook does this by transforming empty shops into digitally enabled spaces that allows anyone to brand the space exactly how they want to at the touch of a button. This reduces the costs and waste of physical fit out and allows multiple tenants to make use of the space at different times of the day. Sook has been operational at its pilot site for 6 months and is launching its second site, supported by Legal and General, in January.
ZOA Robotics is developing commercially-affordable high-performance robots that enables Inspection as a Service for industrial customers. ZOA’s Inspection Service removes humans from hazards, increases the frequency and reliability of data acquired, helps plant managers schedule maintenance and alerts asset owners to impending failures before they occur.By solving stairs ZOA acquires multi-sensor data on all assets in an industrial site and provides asset health information through an intuitive Dashboard to plant managers on a subscription basis.
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