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Your essential ‘How To..’ podcast for all tech founders!
CUTalks is the podcast by the Cambridge University Technology & Enterprise club. In the podcast, we speak to founders, investors and experts to learn more about turning innovation into business.

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Your essential ‘How To..’ podcast for all tech founders!
CUTalks is the podcast by the Cambridge University Technology & Enterprise club. In the podcast, we speak to founders, investors and experts to learn more about turning innovation into business.

    Daniel Rooke, Start Codon

    Daniel Rooke, Start Codon

    This week we are talking to Daniel Rooke, co-founder, partner and head of legal at StartCodon, the Cambridge healthcare and life sciences accelerator. Daniel speaks about his experience working in both large companies and startups, which aspects are similar and different. He also emphasizes the importance for founders to critically think about what they really want and need when finding accelerators to work with.

    • 36 min
    CUTalks Reunions

    CUTalks Reunions

    Given the current Covid-19 pandemic, everybody is reaching out more to people in their personal and professional networks, and so we thought we would do the same. We have been catching up with founders who we have previously had as guests on the podcast, to find out what they have been up to since our recording with them and how they are being affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

    The founders featured on this episode are:
    Alex Murray, Flit
    Nisarg Mehta, Vector.ai
    Helene Guillaume, WILD AI

    • 11 min
    Nicola Filzmoser, Happyr Health

    Nicola Filzmoser, Happyr Health

    #CUTalks by CUTEC has just launched a new mini-series: Female Founders in the Spotlight. This series has the aim of increasing visibility of female founders of early-stage startups. To launch the series, Shreya Singhal and Thomas Bohné have been talking to Nicola Filzmoser, co-founder of Happyr Health, a mobile game based on cognitive behavioral therapy, to help children cope with recurring migraines. We met Nicola at the EnterpriseWOMEN program at the Judge Business School. Nicola is pursuing a Master of Entrepreneurship at Cambridge while working on Happyr full-time. She shares about her personal experience dealing with migraines when she was young and the lack of proper solutions made available to her. Happyr Health have launched a crowdfunding round, initial target of £10k which has been increased to £14k after rapidly reaching their initial target.

    • 10 min
    Jennifer Jia, Emporsand

    Jennifer Jia, Emporsand

    #CUTalks by CUTEC has just launched a new mini-series: Female Founders in the Spotlight. This series has the aim of increasing visibility of female founders of early-stage startups. To launch the series, Shreya Singhal and Thomas Bohné have been talking to Jennifer Jia, founder of Emporsand, a company empowering women through access to sanitation as featured on the BBC. They are repurposing waste cuts of clothing into sanitary towels and making them accessible to women in poverty. We met Jennifer at the EnterpriseTECH and EnterpriseWOMEN at the Judge Business School. Jennifer speaks about the scale of the problem that Emporsand is tackling and the challenges that her company faces in developing a sustainable business model to solve this issue. She also highlights the need for investors and the public in general to appreciate that the lack of sanitation towels are not just problems for women but also the wider society.

    • 17 min
    Ozan Ozkural - What does Covid-19 mean for the economy?

    Ozan Ozkural - What does Covid-19 mean for the economy?

    How has Covid-19 affected venture capital/private equity/asset management investments, and how can companies survive? Who will survive? Hear directly from Ozan Özkural, the founder of Tanto Capital Partners. This is a recording from a live webinar event that took place on 27th April 2020.

    Content: We discussed macroeconomic trends currently being seen, global political and economic consequences, how sectors may morph in the future, and what you (as an individual or a leading figure in your company) can do to survive.

    Format: Opening remarks were provided by Ozan (www.ozanozkural.com / https://twitter.com/OzanOzkural / https://www.instagram.com/ozanozkural/), and then questions were welcomed from the audience on the topic.

    This event was organised by CUTEC and CUVCPE societies as part of the ongoing ‘CUTalks by CUTEC’ podcast series. To find other podcast episodes, visit here: https://cutec.io/cutalks. Follow us @CUTEC, #CUTalks and @CUVCPE on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook to find out about future events and podcast episodes.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Martin Frost, CMR Surgical

    Martin Frost, CMR Surgical

    Martin Frost, CMR Surgical by CUTalks by CUTEC

    • 40 min

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