Aged 30 and 40-something, Gordon MacSween and Cliff Dennett both left senior management positions in large corporations, including Orange and HP, to go back to the drawing board, develop new technologies and launch their own start-ups. What motivates someone to take such a risk? And how do they respond when the product delivers, but the market doesn’t buy? Should they have listened to friends and family, after all? Join us for this candid discussion of what happens when successful people’s entrepreneurial ventures fail.