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Dr Hermann Hauser: Lessons from the Cambridge Cluster
Thursday, 14 February 2013 from 18:00 to 19:00 (GMT)
Cambridge, United Kingdom
On 14th February, we are pleased to welcome Dr Herman Hauser, CBE FREng FRS, and one of the most respected entrepreneurs, high-tech investors and innovators in Silicon Fen. This is promised to be an enlightening evening, with Dr Hauser sharing with us his many insights, on the success and failure stories of the Cambridge High-Tech Cluster, and what we can learn from it as the next generation to come. Register now to avoid disappointment.
About Dr Hermann Hauser
After finishing a Physics PhD at Cambridge, Dr Hermann Hauser co-founded Acorn Computer in 1978 with Chris Curry. From Acorn, he then helped spin out one of the most successful microprocessor companies in the world, ARM Computers, which has a 90 per cent market share of the mobile phone market. Throughout his career, he has co-founded and helped start more than 20 companies, including ATML, Cambridge Network, and Amadeus Capital Partners, a Venture Capital Firm that has invested in high profile companies such as Cambridge Silicon Radio, Solexa, and Icera.
Date: Thursday, 14th February, 2013
Time: 6pm-7pm, follow by network (Registration starting at 5.30pm)
Location: Auditorium, Robinson College, Grange Road, CB3 9AN
This event is jointly organised by Cambridge University Technology & Enterprise Club, and Cambridge University Austrian Society
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Cambridge University Technology & Enterprise Club
The Cambridge University Technology and Enterprise Club`s mission is to enhance the entrepreneurial spirit amongst academics and students. We facilitate interaction between industry experts and students, thereby providing students with exposure to the wider business and fundraising communities. Investors and the industries that support them in turn gain access to the vibrant research and entrepreneurial communities at the University of Cambridge.