Turning innovation into successful businesses: knowledge shared through podcast episodes

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Further episodes of CUTalks, the podcast by the Cambridge University Technology and Enterprise Club, recorded by Cambridge TV, are available now.

The podcast CUTalks speaks to entrepreneurs and experts about turning innovative ideas into successful businesses.

In episode four, hosts Shreya and Thomas talk to Wild AI co-founder Helene Guillaume about transatlantic companies, women's health and artificial intelligence.

James Pitchford and Craig Titmus of IP law firm Mathys & Squire are the guests in episode five, and talk about protecting IP in all its forms. They discuss patents, trademarks and copyright, with tips for business owners and inventors on how to approach this important area.

In episode six, Shreya and Thomas talk to Pablo Lubroth, an investment manager at the UK Innovation and Science Seed Fund, I2S, focusing on the biotech/synthetic biology part of the fund. They discuss ways that VCs can help companies in different stages, different approaches for different industries, as well as advice for those seeking VC investment.

About the podcast

The podcast is produced by Carl Homer of Cambridge TV.

It's available here: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/cutalks-by-cutec/id1457007820?mt=2

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