You spoke, we listened – now Founders’ Network is changing

Will Dolby, February 1, 2018 1 min read

This article was originally posted on the Tech North website.

Founders’ Network, the peer-to-peer community designed to help early- and mid-stage tech businesses network, learn and grow, returns in February. And we’ve wrung the changes following feedback from our members.

Founders' Network Facebook Group

As a result, we’ll be holding a series of lunches across the North of England, as opposed to the breakfasts we held previously. Which means no more early mornings and those packed commuter trains – bonus. Join us on the following dates, to discuss the issues that matter most to you, the founder.

8 February – Leeds – Banyan Bar & Kitchen

13 February – Manchester – Accelerate Places

14 February – Sheffield – Showroom Workstation

21 February – Newcastle – Tyneside Bar Café

Over the course of two hours, you’ll have chance to discuss with other entrepreneurs any issues your businesses face and how you’d solve it. And be well fed and watered, of course.

We like to keep these events intimate, so you can get the most out of the session. As a result spaces are extremely limited so book tickets today.

Still not a member?

To qualify for Founders’ Network membership, you need to be the founder of an early- to mid-stage tech startup based in the North of England. You must also have a product on the market that has gained traction.
If this all sounds like you, apply now.

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