The original digital architect

David Cleevely, Chair of the Raspberry Pi Foundation and co-founder of Cambridge Angels joins the Invested Investor podcast this week with an impressive story. David shares his early career highlights with us in part one of his fascinating journey. You can hear more by listening to his podcast…

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Changing the world through generosity of spirit

Suse Reynolds is welcomed to the Invested Investor for this week’s podcast. Suse shares with us her childhood dream of wanting to change the world and what lead her from a career in diplomacy to immerse herself in New Zealand’s angel investing space with the sole aim of creating world changing businesses. You can hear more by listening to her podcast…

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Overcoming the global identification challenge

Toby Norman is our notably inspirational guest this week. Toby is a social entrepreneur, passionate about empowering the global health community with high impact, cutting edge biometric technology in order to overcome the difficult identification challenge faced by many developing countries. You can hear more by listening to his podcast…

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Invested Investor Thoughts: The transatlantic divide

Alan and I have just returned from my annual visit to the Angel Capital Association conference (ACA, which is an angel trade body equivalent to EBAN within Europe or the UKBAA), and I want to explain some of the differences between the UK and the USA. 

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From inventor to invested investor

Dr Ronjon Nag entertains us further this week with part two of his compelling podcast. Ronjon discusses his transition into angel investing and his preference for Cambridge and Silicon Valley based companies, his conversation highlights his good nature, creative thinking and openness to new ideas. You can hear more by listening to part two of his podcast…

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Invested Investor Thoughts: Calling it quits, from an entrepreneur and investor perspective

From experience, even on a successful exit, founders find it tough – not just the stress of the process but what to do afterwards – having a boss for the first time in years or leaving immediately or soon into unemployment (albeit with some cash). 

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Spotlight on RFeye

In partnership with Angel News, this month’s Start-up Spotlight focuses on the co-founder of Cambridge based CRFS, Alistair Massarella. Following a background in engineering and physics, Alistair used his experiences with the British Antarctic survey to join the Olivetti research labs in Cambridge.

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