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Stephen Tunnicliffe-Wilson

I’m an Engineer with experience as founder, CTO and CEO of a high-technology capital equipment manufacturer. I now advise start-ups on strategies for growth and exit. I have connections within the Cambridge start-up community and the University.

I can advise on:
– Creating value propositions
– Developing commercial strategies
– Business planning
– Growing your organisation
– IP Strategy
– Turning prototypes into scalable products
– Exit strategies

Jeremy Sosabowski, PhD

-Marketing and market research
-Business planning
-B2B Sales
-Technology (at strategic i.e. planning and road mapping level) within physical sciences and software please, no Bio/Pharma/Wet lab et..)

Lucy Jung

Heavily involved in community project within the Cambridgeshire area, and has strong links within the startup ecosystem, heading up a medtech startup based in Cambridge for a number of years.

Ed Inns

Advice on your business plan and pitching to investors. Help on funding strategy. Suggestions for relevant seed funds.

Adam Leaf

After 40 years in industry, mainly in FMCG and pharmaceuticals supply chain and R&D, I have deep knowledge of bring new products to market, working and collaborating with large corporations, optimising supply and manufacture, Typical areas I can mentor in are:
– pitching to large corporations
– managing new product introduction from idea to post launch
– building a multi-generational pipeline of new products
– product portfolio and lifecycle management
– supply chain in pharma, consumer health / cosmetics
– R&D in consumer health

Jamie Urquhart

Started in R&D (Integrated Circuit Design), VLSI Design Manager, Co-founder Arm, VP Sales, VP Sales & Marketing, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Strategy Officer. Angel Investor , Venture Capital, Non Exec Director, Mentor, Business Lectures.

George Neville-Jones

I can offer guidance on the commercialisation process from business model design to the practical steps required to create a company. My experience covers companies at every stage in their lifecycle and in many industries, including deep tech in Cambridge and elsewhere.

Chris Woodward

Throughout my career I have supported SMEs in accessing grant funding for innovative R&D projects from a wide range of sources both domestically and overseas. This includes popular programmes such as Innovate UK’s Smart Competition, Horizon Europe and its predecessors and the European Innovation Council’s Accelerator programme. My key aim is to help SMEs build their innovation management capacity and successfully commercialise new products and services.