Are you part of a growing green business and want to hear what your future may hold? Do you want to avoid the many pit falls that await unwary green and ethical businesses? Do you want to learn from one of Britain’s great green entrepreneurs?
Then join Keynotes for a seminar focussing on the rise of AlertMe, a ground breaking green business and then looking at the legal milestones that most green and ethical businesses will face.
This seminar will focus on:
- the real growth of AlertMe
- financing rounds and angel investment
- commercial contracts
- regulatory and intellectual property issues
The speakers are Pilgrim Beart, founder, AlertMe and Charlie Von Schmieder, Keystone Law
Pilgrim Beart co-founded AlertMe, the domestic energy saving company, in 2006, and has since led it through angel and venture funding rounds to its current position as a market leader for domestic energy saving services. Pilgrim has 20 years experience in ground breaking high-technology companies in the USA and UK and has founded three businesses as well as holding senior roles at a number of other companies. He will be sharing some of his experiences, and his thoughts on steps to take (and avoid) in growing a high-technology company. See www.alertme.com
Charlie is an intellectual property lawyer at Keystone Law, focussing on the Cleantech sector. Charlie has worked in private practice with several highly respected City law firms, has spent time as an in-house legal adviser at Siemens and has an MBA from INSEAD. See www.keystonelaw.co.uk
Place: The British Library Business and IP Centre, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB
Time: Thursday 13 May 2010, 6 pm to 8.30 pm.
50% Discount with code: “Keystone2010”
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