Showcasing Technology and Media in the UK

Come and see the UK's new and upcoming high-tech businesses at the Tech Media Invest event! Tech Media Invest 2010 will take place on the 18th of October at the prestigious Cumberland Hotel in London. Following an inspirational keynote speech by Autonomy's CEO Mike Lynch, the event will host the most exciting companies and invites them to present their unique business concept to a broad audience of industry insiders!

In collaboration with leading financiers and industry figures, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Kemp Little and Europe Unlimited have selected the UK’s Top 100 Technology and Media companies. This Tech Media Invest 100 listing was published in the Guardian on 13 September 2010!

You can access the pdf version of the supplement by clicking here.

For the Guardian's dedicated microsite please go here.

Raise awareness on your new ventures! Thirty Technology and Media ventures from the Tech Media list will be selected and invited to present, at no cost. Their audience will consist of an international group of entrepreneurs, media, investors, corporates and those with a passion for technology.

At Tech Media Invest 2010, two separate streams will ensure that those presenting companies will meet the audience they seek.

One of the sessions will host presenting companies pitching for funding in front of a panel consisting of a fine selection of prominent Venture Capitalists, Business Angels, advisors and key industry player, aiming to meet emerging businesses aiming to conquer UK and international markets in a stream focusing on business growth and financing.

The other session will allow those businesses that are aiming to showcase their new business concepts, general strategy, a new product or service or simply how they aim to expand and conquer the global market as they have grown to dominate their industry within the United Kingdom.

In addition, the nominees for the Kemp Little Innovation Award and PricewaterhouseCoopers Hottest Prospect Award will be presenting how their ideas can change the future of technology and media.

Key forum features

  • A keynote speech by Mike Lynch, serial entrepreneur, CEO of Autonomy, named 'The Dean of European Software' by the Financial Times
  • 30 emerging businesses selected to be showcased
  • Panels of expert reviewers providing invaluable feedback and advice
  • Influential sector panelists discussing leading trends
  • Gala Award Dinner Top
  • 10 companies selected to attend the European Venture Summit and to participate in the European Venture Contest





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