SVC2UK Cambridge – Future Trends in Quantum Computing, Sustainability, Healthcare and Impact on People and Planet

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Monday 15 Nov / 17:30 – 20:00 GMT

Future Trends in Quantum Computing, Sustainability, Healthcare and Impact on People and Planet

We are delighted to partner with Silicon Valley comes to the UK (SVC2UK) during their Annual Summit for an event exploring the Cambridge technology ecosystem, the trends that define that ecosystem and the investment landscape underpinning it. The event will start with an overview of the Cambridge technology ecosystem and UK strategy to attract international investment. We will then take a deep dive into three areas; Quantum computing, sustainability and healthcare and finish with some crystal ball gazing on future technology trends. We invite the audience to join in this interactive discussion with opportunities for questions. The event will conclude with networking over drinks and nibbles.

AGENDA
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17:30 – Registration and networking with refreshments
18:00 – Welcome to event from, Jenny Gove, Global Head of UX Research and Content Strategy, Google Pay and Payments
18:03 – Introduction from session Chair, Maximilian Ge, SVC2UK Cambridge, and Principal, Oxbridge Angels
Keynotes
18:05 – Regional ecosystem, Tim Robinson, COO, Tech East (East of England)
18:10 – Cambridge innovation ecosystem and international outreach
Caroline Hyde, Head of International Relations & Outreach, Cambridge Enterprise
18:15 – Investor landscape, Kerry Baldwin, Co-founder & Managing Partner, IQ Capital, and Chair, BVCA
18:20 – Panel with speakers and Q&A chaired by Maximilian Ge
Quantum Computing
18:35 – Steve Brierley, Founder & CEO, Riverlane and Amelia Armour, Partner, Amadeus Capital Partners
Sustainability
18:50 – Simon Hombersley, CEO, Xampla and Nicky Dee, Co-founder and Chief Sustainability and Innovation Officer, Carbon13
Healthcare
19:05 – Emil Hewage, Co-founder & CEO, BIOS Health and Michael Anstey, Partner, Cambridge Innovation Capital
Panel
19:20 – Panel session with all speakers chaired by Maximilian Ge
19:40 – Roundup & Closing remarks, Mike Hollier, VP Technology Incubation, Dolby Laboratories
19:45 – Networking over refreshments

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