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Lessons and insights from hands-on digital entrepreneurship

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  • UserCliff Dennett, Head Of Commercial at Bruntwood SciTech Birmingham and previously CEO of SoshiGames
  • ClockMonday 20 January 2020, 12:00-13:00
  • HouseMetallurgy and Materials, 1B11/12.

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Cliff was the founding CEO of Soshi Games, a digital music-games startup based in Birmingham that raised circa £1.3m investment and closed significant licensing deals with bands like Queen and record labels like Universal Music and Sony. He built and led a development team that created online social and mobile games, achieving an installed user base of over 1.3m globally. With extensive experience across corporates; having worked in sales, strategy and operations for IT companies including Orange, Hewlett Packard and AT&T, Cliff is able to compare and contrast working within a multinational and a startup/SME. Cliff now drives all aspects of business development for Bruntwood SciTech Birmingham (formally Innovation Birmingham) science park including promoting start-up growth for the largest community of digital businesses outside of London.

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

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