Julie Meyer was recently interviewed by INSEAD, the business school she graduated from with an MBA in 1997. Julie spoke to Adrian Dearnell on how she feels about Venture Capitalists in Europe, what trends are emerging in the marketplace in terms of global, game-changing companies as well as how she decides what entrepreneurs to invest in.
The arrival of Julie Meyer’s Entrepreneur Country is very timely: outrage against the banks, which will only end with a definitive realignment of business metrics (a process likely to take several years), is in danger of washing away the baby that will provide our society with its future source of income with the bathwater of a depraved banking elite.
MADE is the biggest entrepreneur festival in the UK, celebrating the very best of British business. The two-day event, starting Thursday 20th September, brings together Great British inventors, designers, manufacturers, business owners, budding entrepreneurs and UK policy-makers.
Julie Meyer, entrepreneur-turned-investor who founded First Tuesday and Entrepreneur Country, has raised $8.5m (£5.3m) through the ACE fund, a vehicle under her investment and advisory firm Ariadne Capital.
When Mike Lynch sold his software firm Autonomy to HP for £7.1bn in August last year, there were 30 more millionaires walking around Cambridge.
Traackr Corporation, the web's leading influencer discovery platform, now opens it's UK office, appointing Nicolas Chabot as head of it’s European expansion. The opening of their first international office comes as demand for the company’s products and services soars.
Julie Meyer, Founder of Ariadne Capital interviews Caoimhe Buckley, Managing Director Marketing and Communications of UK Trade & Investment.