Dine with eToro’s founder and Alex Wood Editor in Chief at The Memo – Next week’s dinners

NWD060715Whether you’re looking at starting a social enterprise, interested in the stock markets, or just plain looking for media coverage for your business, our dinners this week have got you covered. Read on to find out what’s going on and where:

Dine with Yoni Assia – Founder & CEO of social trading platform eToro
With his business based in Israel, we are incredibly lucky to have Yoni speaking at one of our dinners whilst he is in London for a few days. eToro is an innovative online trading platform that’s purpose is to open the financial markets to everyone, everywhere, in a clear and transparent way. As the CEO of the world’s largest social investment network, Yoni has shown an interest in finance and computer science since his youth, which has culminated in him founding and developing eToro into what it is today. A business that has raised over $70m in funding, and has over 4 million users in more than 140 countries worldwide.
Dinner is at 6:45pm on Tuesday 14 July at Pescatori, Fitzrovia

How to secure online, print and broadcast coverage for your business [SOLD OUT]
Alex Wood, Editor-in-Chief at The Memo (previously Editor-in-Chief at Tech City News), is a leading voice on technology and regular contributor to BBC News, Sky, CNN and CNBC. As an award-winning editor and broadcaster, Alex is more than qualified to provide insight and tips on how to secure media coverage for your business. We are also proud to partner with NatWest for this dinner, who are providing their beautiful private dining room with a view out onto Trafalgar Square for a delicious three-course dinner.
Dinner is at 6:45pm on Wednesday 15 July at NatWest’s private dining room, Drummonds, Charing Cross

Take a look at the full list of upcoming TableCrowd dinners.

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