07 March 2017
Dr Paul Atherton announced as a Fellow for the Centre for Entrepreneurs. The Centre for Entrepreneurs promotes the role of entrepreneurs in creating economic growth and social well-being. It is home to national enterprise campaign, StartUp Britain. The Centre is an independent non-profit think tank founded and chaired by Sunday Times columnist and serial entrepreneur Luke Johnson... Read More
21 February 2017
Dr Paul Atherton joined the board of UCL Business in February as a Non Executive Director. UCL Business a wholly-owned subsidiary of University College London, UCLB was formed to help industry and business make the most of UCL innovations. Through licensing technologies & innovations, creating shared-risk joint-venture businesses, and utilising UCL’s specialist Subsidiaries, UCLB promotes and... Read More
13 February 2016
Coutts and the Centre for Entrepreneurs have partnered to explore the dynamics of serial entrepreneurship in the UK, and to provide a guide for aspiring entrepreneurs interested in starting their second, third, fourth or even tenth venture. In doing so, we asked successful entrepreneurs about the secrets and pitfalls of serial entrepreneurship, raising the following... Read More
26 August 2014
Creating Wealth from Advanced Engineering was the Euspen keynote speech in Dubrovnik in 2013 and subsequently given at the Japanese Embassy and at the Exeter university “inspiring science” series in slightly different forms. Please here to see the full presentation. Here are some photos from this presentation at the Japanese Embassy.
22 August 2012
First given to Masters in Management and Executive MBS students at thenLondon Business School in 2012. This talk is about my life journey as an entrepreneur from PhD studies thro academic life, founding a start up and through to exit, and my subsequent activities as a serial entrepreneur, with some reflections on building technology businesses... Read More
11 September 1997
This set of talks looks at the relationship between scientific innovation and economic activity. Who gets rich and who doesn’t and the reasons why. It looks at patents, process knowledge, luck and timing and the role of the state and venture capital. Please click here to read the full article.