Entrepreneurs’ Group Business Angels

November 11, 2021
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

For the 29th event in the series, we are bringing together more business angels and start-ups. We will select six to eight companies to present to the people with the know-how to help or the cash to invest. This is your chance to play a crucial and fulfilling role if you’re a business angel with resources and/or time to mentor a start-up.

**BOOKINGS CLOSE 7 JUNE** Join us in this unique historic setting to meet up with friends and raise a glass to our school. We are honoured to welcome INSEADer, solicitor and sparkling speaker Paul Lomas to give us a brief address on ‘How to share, manage and control power: a conversation on governance challenges in 2022’, as part of the evening.

Covent Garden is full of character, centred on its grand piazza, nestling amongst theatres, the opera, museums, luxury shopping, award-winning bars and restaurants, and live entertainment. It’s a luxurious area to splash out on a bit of retail therapy and relax on a balmy summer’s evening. But it wasn’t always so…

In mid-September, INSEAD alumni around the world will come together for a day of celebration of our community, our values and to show off the INSEAD spirit. No other school can replicate INSEAD’s global community with three campuses drawing talent from 180 countries.

For the 10th Global INSEAD Day, the UK Association will be celebrating with a champagne reception and black-tie dinner at the Orangery, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew……visit MyINSEAD to book

The term Web3.0 was coined in 2006, linked with a vision of a new version of the World Wide Web. Web3.0 incorporates concepts including decentralisation, blockchain, token-based economics and metaverse commerce. Hailed by some as the game changer for being online, similar to the dramatic changes brought about by the launch of PCs and smartphones but seen by others as a potential environmental disaster in the making, is Web3.0 the future of the internet?…..visit MyINSEAD to book

June this year saw the beginning of a global trial of a 4-day work week, which will be monitored by academics from Oxford and Cambridge. In the UK alone over 70 companies are offering a 4-day week to 3,300 employees. Atom Bank has made a feature of offering a 4-day week. It sounds appealing but can it work? In China successful Alibaba entrepreneur Jack Ma has praised the (officially illegal and much criticised) ‘996’ working culture – from 9 am to 9 pm 6 days a week. How can western economies compete on a 4-day week?…..visit MyINSEAD to book