MTT’s business leaders and investors hold tech start up support sessions

  • 04 May 2016
  • Greenheys Atrium
Register here


Manchester Science Partnerships and Manchester Tech Trust are inviting start-ups and early stage companies to a drop-in session on the morning of May 4th 2016.

Hosted by MSP at the Greenheys Building, the event features Talk Talk founder Neil McArthur.

Entrepreneurs will have a one-to-one meeting with one of the MTT advisors and mentors – Neil McArthur, Ian Currie of Seneca Partners, Steve Strickland-Wright of Cake Solutions, Guy Weaver of KPMG. Peter Lusty, MTT Chief Executive, and George Bettany of Ignite. Peter Lusty says: “The format is open and free flowing and aimed at helping people get the advice they need to deal with pressing business challenges. 

The trust is a gateway to match entrepreneurs with appropriate support, services and investment opportunities – and this session is just one way of doing that”. Attendees are being asked to begin with a 5-10 minute summary (slides not required) to include company overview, revenue model and size of market, team, growth targets and challenges.

Start-ups and early stage businesses who would like to attend, please leave your details at and MTT will confirm a time. The morning will end with a wrap up discussion followed by a networking lunch.

Those who miss out on this session will be contacted about a future session. MTT’s panel of experienced mentors and supporters provides advice, guidance and investor contacts for the city’s new generation of tech entrepreneurs.

Register here