10 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me

7:00pm - 8:00pm / Wednesday 10th June 2020
Type: Webinar / Category: Department
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Join this Ask Me Anything with Alastair Mitchell, a Partner at EQT Ventures, and a university of Southampton graduate. During this interactive conversation, Ali will take you through his journey starting with the founding of his first company out of Southampton during the dot-com crash through his work as a leading international investor at EQT Ventures where he helps deploy over €1.3bn in capital to startups.

Importantly, Ali will share a few key lessons he wishes he knew starting out and provide practical advice for students thinking of starting their own company or joining a start-up. This is an interactive session and Ali will take questions live from attendees.

Speaking at this Event: Alastair Mitchell, Partner and Co-Head of EQT Ventures
Alastair Mitchell joined EQT Partners in May 2017 as Partner at EQT Ventures in San Francisco. Prior to joining EQT, Alastair was co-founder and CEO at Huddle.com, and an active investor and board member of a number of early-stage B2B internet software companies in Europe and the US. Originally from London, Alastair holds a MEng from Southampton University in the UK.