Tech is the topic at dinner’s this week, whether you’re knowledgeable in the area or not – tech is a part of the future (for the masses at least). For those non-techy types amongst us who are looking to launch an app or website – our dinner for non-tech founders is just for you. And those food lovers out there who are looking to succeed in foodtech – you’ll want to join Kimberly from The Food Corporation for dinner. Read on to find out more about both dinners:
Dinner for non-technical founders: Build your first tech product
Fabrice Bernhard, co-founder & CTO at Theodo UK will be dining with us and offering his valuable insights for non-technical founders looking to realise their vision and build their app or web platform in record time. Theodo is a ‘tech-team-for-hire’ as well as a web & mobile development company that works with both startups and large corporations. So effectively being ‘the tech team’ for non-tech founders is their bread and butter.
Grab a seat at Fabrice’s table, share what you are currently working on, and meet your peers over a delicious meal. Don’t forget to have your list of questions at the ready for the informal Q&A that takes place once Fabrice has spilled the beans in his after-dinner talk. With 9 years experience – he’s bursting with great hints and tips!
Dinner is at 6:45pm on Tuesday 19 April at Piccolino, Shoreditch/City
Dine with The Food Corporation: Succeeding in FoodTech
It is such a treat for us to welcome Kimberly Hurd as after-dinner speaker next week. She is responsible for Zomato’s highly successful launch into the UK and she now heads up The Food Corporation and one of its brands, Tabl. The Food Corporation focuses on either partnering to fund or directly develop disruptive businesses in food media and technology.
Join us for dinner and meet with like-minded people whilst also hearing from Kimberly about all she has achieved. Be sure to bring plenty of questions for Kimberly too, to really take advantage of her knowledge during the informal Q&A part of the dinner.
Dinner is at 6:45pm on Wednesday 20 April at The Anthologist, City
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