Festival of Digital Disruption - Startup stories

EVENT DETAILS

19th November 2020

11am - 5.30pm

Online

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Details

Join us on day four of the Festival of Digital Disruption where Henley Business School students will be interviewing our entrepreneurs at our start-up stories event.

Our speakers are;

YESIKA AGUILERA- TESPACK
A successful Tech entrepreneur, She was featured in Forbes 30 Under 30 twice for disrupting the tech industry.

MAXIMILIAN BIRNER - BOXHUB
Maximilian is Co-Founder & CEO of BOXHUB, an online platform for intermodal shipping containers that are repurposed for alternative use, like housing, storage, retail, or hospitality space.He is on this years' Forbes 30 under 30 list.

MAX BUCHAN - WORLDR TECHNOLOGIES
Max Buchan is the Founder & CEO of Worldr Technologies (worldr.com), an intelligent and secure team communication application in which customers have complete control over their own data.

JAMES LAYFIELD - CLEARFIND
James is a serial entrepreneur and investor, he likes to catalyze innovation ?? to positively change the status quo ??. He has created companies in many sectors from property ?? to financial technology ????.

IKENNA ORDOR - STARR LUXURY GROUP
Ikenna is a successful entrepreneur and founder of Starr Luxury Group, a business leader in delivering exceptional luxury solutions to ultra high net worth individuals.

RIKKE ROSENLUND - BORROWMYDOGGY
Founder of BorrowMyDoggy, which launched at the end of 2012. There are +9m dogs across the UK and Ireland, and BorrowMyDoggy connects dog owners with local dog lovers for walks, sitting, and holiday care.

LUCY-ROSE WALKER - Misadventures In Entrepreneuring
Lucy-Rose co-founded Entrepreneurial Spark in 2012 growing the network to 13 accelerator Hubs. Over seven years they supported over 4000 entrepreneurs. In 2018 she successfully sold the business to Natwest.

AMY WILLIAMS- GOOD LOOP
Amy is on a mission to convert people’s attention and data into funding for good causes around the world. She co-founded Good-Loop in 2016 after turning her hand from advertising at Ogilvy to volunteering at a soup-kitchen in Argentina.