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The magnetic attraction of technopreneurship

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Back in June 1997, Eric was the founding Chief Technology Office of NanoMagnetics Ltd, set up to commercialise nanomaterials in high-density data storage. He soon became the company’s CEO and worked tirelessly with his team to bring novel magnetic materials to market. He later worked in a number of roles at another technology SME called Cambridge Display Technology, whilst also being the founding director of a tech startup called Apaclara Ltd. Presently, he is CEO of Endomag, where he leads this Cambridge-based company with the aim of bringing cancer care to everyone, everywhere, through a clinical platform that uses safe magnetic fields to power diagnostic and therapeutic devices.

This talk will highlight some of the insights Eric has gained in founding and growing technology-based startups over the years.

Light refreshments will be available after the seminar from about 1pm so that participants may network with each other and talk further with the speaker.

This talk is part of the Metallurgy & Materials – Tech Entrepreneurship Seminar Series series.

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