Start-up Stars - How I found my first customers
Tuesday, March 21, 2017 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM (GMT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Find out how our panel of entrepreneurs grew their business from start-up to scale-up
So, you’ve researched your businesses idea, tested your product, registered your company name, set up your website, confirmed your pricing and developed a brilliant brand – but now you’d better find some customers.
With so much to think about when you’re launching your start-up, many businesses overlook the most important part: the customer! Join us for the first in a new series of Start-Up Stars events where we’ll here from a panel of successful start-ups how they found, and kept, their first customers and helped build long-term customer loyalty to ensure business longevity.
At this panel event, chaired by motivational speaker and coach Rasheed Ogunlaru, you’ll have the chance to hear from a range of business owners on how they grew their business through developing a loyal customer base. The panel will answer your questions and share their hints, tips and practical advice.
Start-Up Stars has been created to enable a space where early stage can benefit from the insight and practical advice of established scale-ups, and where new businesses can build networks and benefit from peer support and expertise sharing.
The panel consists of:
Abi Purser, Founder of Longcroft Luxury Cat Hotel
Anshul Raja, Founder of Academic Underdogs
Mellissa Morgan, Founder of Ms Cupcake
5.30-6.00pm - Registrations
6:00-7.15pm - Panel Discussions
7.15-8.30pm - Networking Reception
The event is funded by the European Regional Development Fund and The British Library in partnership
This event will be followed by a networking reception and refreshments.
When & Where
British Library, Business & IP Centre
The Business & IP Centre was launched ten years ago in 2006 with the aim to support businesses, entrepreneurs and inventors grow their organisations across a range of industries.
Providing small business advice, support and resources the Centre has been used by more than 500,000 individuals, a number that increases alongside our offering of business support.
The success is partly due to the free business resources available to anyone who wants to use our comprehensive collection of databases and publications, as well as a great number of workshops, advice sessions and other events.