Today I went to CUTEC (Cambridge University Technology and Enterprise Club), Cambridge, where I was invited as one of this years keynote speaker.

One of the activities they organize and that I liked the most is i-Teams, which is basically a group of entrepreneurial post-graduate students who work with real inventions to determine the best route for their commercialization. They present the results at CUTEC’s annual Tech Ventures Conference. Here’s the video.

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Christine Gupta on June 6, 2007  · 

Very interesting, but it’s a pity that most of the students didn’t seem to understand the importance of their physical presentation. Such lack lustre presentations are a huge waste of a terrific opportunity.

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Amir Chaudhry on June 7, 2007  · 


I understand your comment but I think it’s a bit harsh. These students joined i-Teams to learn the entrepreneurial process and the aim of the presentation is to give them some experience of pitching.

It’s not a wasted opportunity since the conference allows individuals to discuss ideas and findings in more informal settings so potential investors can easily get to people if they wish to.

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