Startup investment pitch event at Imperial College London – 14 May 2020

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Welcome to Imperial College London’s first online pitch event. This is the third in the current series since moving all technology transfer activities back in-house in early 2019.

You will hear about the diversity of Imperial startups founded by academic researchers, students and alumni including FinTech, Life Sciences, AI, AgTech, Last Mile Logistics, MedTech, Mobility, and Energy. You will also hear how the growing entrepreneurial ecosystem supports founders on their startup journeys from initial conception, through pre-accelerator programs and mentoring, to raising investment from angel and venture capital investors.

The event will close with Parkwalk Advisors introducing the Imperial College Innovation EIS Fund I – a £1 to £2 million co-investment fund currently being raised to invest in Imperial startups.

Find out more about the Fund here:

Angel and venture investors who join Imperial’s Investor Network will be invited to access a data room after the event that will contain additional content on Imperial startups currently seeking investment and startups at an earlier stage of their journey. The data room will be available until 17:00 BST on Wednesday 20 May and will provide the opportunity to book times to follow-up with the start-ups directly.

Learn more about our Investor Network here:

If you have any questions feel free to email where we will be able to respond to your query.

Interact on social media by using the hashtag #InventedAtImperial and following @ImperialIdeas on Twitter.

This promotion and any previous ones related to this event have only been sent to investment professionals (as that term is defined in article 19(5) of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Financial Promotion) Order 2005 (“FPO”)) or to persons to whom it would otherwise be lawful to distribute it. 

Accordingly, persons who do not have professional experience in matters relating to investments should not rely on these promotion. The shares in any of these companies will only be available to an investment professional (as defined above) or a person who has provided written confirmation to the effect that he is an investment professional within the meaning of article 19 of the FPO.

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