Entrepreneur entrepreneur ideas forum will be held in London, England from November 8-12.
The forum is being hosted by the UK-based Startup Entrepreneur Association, and is open to entrepreneurs who want to showcase their ideas.
“The aim is to share ideas and build bridges between entrepreneurs and the startup community, to get to know more people, and to connect with other people who are in the same boat,” the Startup Entrepreneurs Association said in a statement.
In its press release, the Startup Investors Association said the event aims to connect entrepreneurs, investors, and the wider startup community to discuss the “future of the industry and to help us all move forward together.”
Participants will have a chance to learn from a range of speakers, including the founder of Bumblebee, the world’s most popular social media app, and a leading angel investor.
In a blog post on Tuesday, the association said it hopes to bring together “a large number of entrepreneurs, VCs, investors and others interested in bringing the tech sector to the next level.”
“We are aiming to help entrepreneurs understand the future and provide the right mix of advice to them so that they can build on the successes of others,” the association wrote.
The Startup Entrepreneors Association is a group of entrepreneurs who have been involved in the UK’s tech sector.
Its website has an investor list of more than 40 people, including investors, entrepreneurs, and venture capitalists.