The insider guide for early stage companies.

Monday 20 May 2019


The Entrepreneurship Club is delighted to welcome Joe Little to the Business School to share his top tips on approaching and working with corporates.

Joe recently retired from a 30 year career with BP where he developed strategies for the Airport of the Future, ecoSUB and Autonaut subsea robotics programs. Joe also co-lead the overall Autonomous Machines program.

Day to day Joe was on the lookout for emerging technologies from early-stage companies and he'll share with us the perspective of the corporate client. What are they looking for? How is success measured?

If you'd like to understand how to catch the attention of corporate clients and develop lasting mutually beneficial working relationships with them, this is the event for you.

This will be an informal talk followed by Q&A. Joe will share his story, insights, and top-tips answering as many of your questions along the way as time permits.

This event is hosted by the Entrepreneurship Club. All are welcome.

What is the Entrepreneurship Club?

It's a community of business people, professionals, entrepreneurs, staff, students and researchers all keen to meet, network and learn from each other. The club is run by the Business School to enhance the student experience and connect businesses with entrepreneurially minded talent at The University of Edinburgh. The club is open to all who are interested in entrepreneurship. The Entrepreneurship Club organises events throughout the year and can signpost you to resources available to staff, students and researchers to pursue their entrepreneurial ambitions.