36HBSAAL pitch event moderated by Richard Setterwall, Founder of DogBuddy
HBSAAL pitch event moderated by Richard Setterwall, Founder of DogBuddy
Tuesday, 12 March 18.30 Registration, 19.00 Pitch Presentations, 20.30 Networking
Charles Russell Speechlys’, 5 Fleet Place, EC4M 7RD
£35 (Please note that we do not take American Express)
The next Pitch Event of the Harvard Business School Alumni Angels of London (HBSAAL) is on Tuesday 12 March. The event will be moderated by Richard Setterwall, Founder and CEO of DogBuddy, Europe’s leading marketplace for dog sitting services that was recently acquired by Rover.com. Richard previously founded Jobylon.com and worked as a management consultant for McKinsey and started up PwC Strategy in Sweden.
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 friends and colleagues 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.
On behalf of the HBS Angels board, thank you for your interest in HBS Angels, and we look forward to seeing you on 12 March 2019.
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