Matt Clifford: Social impact through for-profit startups, What venture capital teaches us about doing good

7 November @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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You’ll hear from Matt Clifford, co-founder and CEO of Entrepreneur First, the world’s leading talent investor: companies built at EF are now worth over $10bn.
Matt is also the Chair the UK’s Advanced Research and Invention Agency (ARIA), which aims to revolutionise how science funding is done.

In this talk, Matt Clifford will focus on how for profits can create social impact, and what that looks like.

As always, everyone is very welcome – just turn up.

There will be a social and free food after the talk!

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