Is it possible to revolutionise a 500 years old industry? Richard Moross, the founder of MOO did it. That is one of the reasons why he was named Ernst & Young 'Entrepreneur of the Year'. He was awarded the prestigious Webby Award, an equivalent of Oscars for the internet world. He won the award three times.
Before he founded MOO, he was a senior strategist at Imagination, the world's largest independent design company. Prior to that he worked in a range of creative businesses, from BBC to Sorted.com. He has made it to Times Newspaper's '40 Under 40' list, Telegraph's '100 Most Influential People in Technology' or Guardian's 'Top 10 Most Influential People in Digital Media'.
Richard is passionate about creating remarkable consumer products that will change the lives of the people that use them. He hates status quo and is fascinated by game changing technology and design.
This time we have teamed up with Cass Entrepreneurs Network and will be hosting this fireside chat at Cass Business School.
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