Cambridge University Technology and Enterprise Club (CUTEC)
Cambridge University Technology and Enterprise Club (CUTEC) is a platform, which organises events where business-minded entrepreneurs, scientists, academia and students can interact with industry professionals and early-stage investment communities.
|Address:||IdeaSpace, 3 Charles Babbage Road, Cambridge|
|Membership type:||Cambridge University Department|
Throughout the year to establish its global influence, CUTEC organises a series of events such as regular workshops and surgeries as well as open innovation events developed under the umbrella of ideas@CUTEC. These events lead to our annual flagship event in June: the Technology Ventures Conference (TVC) – one of the world’s largest student-run entrepreneurial events.
Since its inception in 2003, CUTEC has grown considerably, with over 4000 members worldwide.
We are a company-like organisation with an Executive Committee overseeing 5 teams all managed by their respective Vice Presidents:
- Business Operations
- External relations
Technology Ventures Conference (TVC)
CUTEC has organised the TVC since the club’s inception in 2003 with the aim to expose the Cambridge Cluster to the wider business and fundraising communities. The TVC has developed into one of the world’s largest student-run entrepreneurial events, culminating in attendance of more than 400 delegates from across the world in 2011. The conference attracts high profile venture capitalists, angel investors, entrepreneurs, and academics.
Demis Hassabis is nothing short of a legend. Among many of the skills he holds in his wide repertoire are artificial intelligence researcher, neuroscientist, computer game designer, world-class gamer, and an astonishing technology entrepreneur. Hear him talk about his journey at a CUTEC lecture on February 19th.
5 February 2015Read in full
Get on-the-spot advice from experts in the field through CUTEC’s Business Surgeries. Forthcoming free 1-on-1 sessions are to support your startup or young business.
4 February 2015Read in full
According to Enterprise Nation, the number of under-35s starting a business jumped from 145,104 in 2006 to 247,049 in 2013, representing a 70 per cent increase in the space of just six years.
30 January 2015Read in full
Don’t miss your last chance to attend the largest student-led entrepreneurship conference at the University of Cambridge. TVC brings together more than 400 entrepreneurs, investors, technologists, academics and students to connect, collaborate and debate with visionary speakers on the present and the future of innovation and entrepreneurship.
20 June 2014Read in full
As part of the tenth anniversary Technology Ventures Conference (TVC) on 21 June, CUTEC is hosting a competition for start-ups.
22 April 2013Read in full