o2h co-work labs, a business unit of o2h Group, are delighted to launch the tech bootcamp covering representatives from the quintet influencer community that are the creative forces driving tech. The event is going to be held at the newly renovated Hauxton House at the Mill SciTech Park, where o2h co-work labs are building a community of creators covering life-science, technology, and green innovation.
o2h technology is a division of o2h group and partners with seed stage and growth companies to support their digital transformation journey through all phases of software development services including planning, design, development, and implementation.
Looking far beyond the ‘start-up’ skills, 02h endeavours to bring together a dozen influencers covering the quintet of Techies, Tech CXOs, Big Tech, Academia/Profs & Govt and Incubators & Seed/VCs. They are looking to share live grassroots experiences and who have demonstrated a hard stake in shaping the future of tech and where it intersects with AI, Life Science and Greentech.
Prashant Shah, CEO of o2h co-work labs, said: “Hauxton House is again hosting its signature influencer bootcamp, this time in tech, overflowing with ideas, experience and intense conversations between entrepreneurs, big business, venture, academia and policy makers”
Fiona Nielsen, CEO of o2h technology, said: “We are honoured to be able to welcome this incredible dozen inspiring minds to ignite debate and knowledge sharing for tech, benefiting our community in and around the Cambridge startup scene”
The event, which is invite-only, is taking place over two days on Tuesday 24th and Wednesday 25th May from 9 am to 2.30 pm. The content will include an eclectic pedagogy of high-intensity expert subject tours, masterclasses, personal stories, workshops, Q&A, and debates covering the eight zones of Business & Economy, Software & Hardware, Strategy, Operations & Team, AI & Tech, Customers & Investors Deals & Exits, Innovation & Creativity and Cambridge & World Domination.
Attendees amongst others will include Alessandro Riccombeni, National Genomics Officer at Microsoft; Ian Lane, Partner at Cambridge Innovation Capital; Martin Jackson, VP Engineering at 8power Ltd; Szabolcs Nagy, CEO, CO-Founder at Turbine Ltd; Goncalo de Vasconcelos, CEO of Rnwl; Jamie Urquhart, Venture Partner at Pond Venture Partners Ltd; Jessica Ocampos, Tech founder and innovation policy expert at Camnexus IoT; Martin Rigby, Venture Investor at ET Capital Ltd; Andrei Kirilenko, Founding Director of the Cambridge Centre for Finance, Technology & Regulation (CCFTR).