BWB Technology Bytes presents: Brave new Britain? What Brexit means for the tech sector

Due to unforeseen circumstances, this event has now been cancelled. Apologies for the inconvenience caused. 

Join BWB and our panel of leading industry experts for an interactive panel discussion as we consider the impact of Brexit on investor sentiment and market opportunities in the tech sector.

The panel discussion will be moderated by David Davies of BWB. David is a partner in BWB's Corporate and Commercial department and has significant experience of advising clients on corporate transactional work in the technology sector. 

Panellists include:

Alex Sandberg, Averdant

Alex is a Consultant and has advised businesses in all sectors, both multinationals and smaller companies, public and private, building their reputation and value during growth by acquisition and by geography, often with a view to attracting fresh investors. He has worked on a number of landmark M&A transactions in the UK and internationally, as well as re-financings and IPOs.

Neil Waller, Shore Projects

Neil is co-founder and CEO of a number of projects including Whalar, which connects brands such as Topman and Deliveroo with social media influencers and content creators, providing unique access to highly engaged audiences as well as allowing them to compare metrics with their competitors. Whalar was the fastest company to become officially approved market partner to Facebook and Instagram. Neil's other projects include Shore Projects, Koala Hoodies and EnviroBuild.

Steven de Schrijver, Astrea

A partner at Belgian law firm Astrea and a board member of ITechLaw, Steven has more than 20 years experience in advising international companies on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, restructuring, venture capital, financing transactions, and much more.

Scott Thompson, London & Partners

Scott is Commercial Director at London & Partners, the official promotional company for London, as well as an Advocate for Tech London Advocates, supporting London's tech start-up community. Scott previously held posts such as General Manager of an ASX listed company and a Director at PWC, KPMG and EY.

Nick Caw, Entrepreneur

Nick has 20 years commercial experience working in the technology industry, with a consistent record of delivering positive change and growth for organisations. Nick's main focus has been in the software hosting and cloud services marketplace, and has worked in a range of private and public, organic and VC backed businesses from start-ups to large multinationals.


5:00pm Registration

5:30pm Welcome and introduction

5:40pm Panel discussion

6:30pm Q&A session

6:45pm Networking and drinks