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Business Studies Seminars

Lecturer: Mr J.A. Lang and others

No. of lectures: 6


This course is a series of seminars by former members and friends of the Laboratory about their real world experiences of starting and running high technology companies. It is a follow on to the Business Studies course in the Michaelmas Term. It provides practical examples and case studies, and the opportunity to network with and learn from actual entrepreneurs.


Six lectures by six different entrepreneurs.


At the end of the course students should have a better knowledge of the pleasures and pitfalls of starting a high tech company.

Recommended reading

Lang, J. (2001). The high-tech entrepreneur's handbook: how to start and run a high-tech company. FT.COM/Prentice Hall.

See also the additional reading list on the Part II Business Studies web page.