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Free Startup Mentoring, 20th March at University of Leicester

On Monday 20th March, tech startup founders David Chan and Ben Ravilious will be available all day for free casual mentoring or other startup-related chat at Attenborough Arts cafe on Lancaster Road near University of Leicester campus. Get advice, share an idea, ask questions, get introductions. CLICK HERE TO BOOK A SLOT Ben Ravilious is a co-founder of audience polling startup ParticiPoll …

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Free Startup Mentoring, Mon 13th Feb at DMU

On Monday 13th February, tech startup founders David Chan and Ben Ravilious will be available all day for free casual mentoring or other startup-related chat at DMU’s Innovation Centre co-working space. Get advice, share an idea, ask questions, get introductions. CLICK HERE TO BOOK A SLOT Ben Ravilious is a co-founder of audience polling startup ParticiPoll as well as a co-director of …

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Slack Friday virtual meetup, 27th Jan from 3pm

Does my startup suck? Will I be rich? Is it home time yet? Come and ask these and other important questions with 100+ other people on our Leicester Startups Slack channel on Friday 27th Jan from 3pm! Slack Friday is an opportunity to give and receive help or just chat with fellow local startup folk. Start by introducing yourself or …

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Free Startup Mentoring, 16th Jan at LCB Depot

On Monday 16th January, tech startup founders David Chan and Ben Ravilious will be available all day for free casual mentoring or other startup-related chat in the cafe at LCB Depot on Rutland Street in the city centre. Get advice, share an idea, ask questions, get introductions. CLICK HERE TO BOOK A SLOT Ben Ravilious is a co-founder of audience polling …

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Free Startup Mentoring, 14th Nov at University of Leicester

On Monday 14th November, tech startup founders David Chan and Ben Ravilious will be available all day for free casual mentoring or other startup-related chat at Attenborough Arts cafe on Lancaster Road near University of Leicester campus. Get advice, share an idea, ask questions, get introductions. CLICK HERE TO BOOK A SLOT Ben Ravilious is a co-founder of audience polling startup …

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Free Startup Mentoring, Monday 17th Oct

On Monday 17th October, startup founders David Chan and Ben Ravilious will be available all day for free casual mentoring or other startup-related chat at DMU’s Innovation Centre co-working space. Get advice, share an idea, ask questions, get introductions. CLICK HERE TO BOOK A SLOT Ben Ravilious is a co-founder of audience polling startup ParticiPoll as well as a co-director of …

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Free Tech Startup Mentoring, Monday 19th Sept

On Monday 19th September, startup founders David Chan and Ben Ravilious will be available all day for free casual mentoring or other startup-related chat at DMU’s Innovation Centre co-working space. Get advice, share an idea, ask questions, get introductions. Click on the links below to book a slot with either… Ben Ravilious is a co-founder of audience polling startup ParticiPoll …

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Join the Leicester Startups Slack Team

Originally built as a workplace collaboration tool, Slack is increasingly being used as a community noticeboard. The combination of Skype or Whatsapp style instant messaging with specific topic sub-channels makes it great for community conversations without generating too much off-topic noise. Please click here to join the Leicester Startups Slack team. (NB, spammers and those peddling irrelevant business services will be expunged!)

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PHP: The Security Underperformer? Sept 3rd

Application security tester Marc Wickenden has tested loads of different apps running all manner of languages and frameworks. The most critical issues he’s come across have all been in PHP applications. In this talk he will explore why this might be. What are the common issues? Is PHP inherently less secure than other languages? Can we fix it? Does it …

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Startdoms: Pitched! Sept 9th

Startdoms are holding a live and interactive pitching event. Each participant will have no more than five minute to make their startup presentation, followed by 10 minutes of questions from the panel and other attendees. The winner will be voted for by all present and the highest scorer will receive five hours of free 1-2-1 coaching.

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