After a degree in Physics in Oxford and a 4-year stint in Accenture’s Financial Services division, Daniel started down the entrepreneurial war path in 2007. After two failed startups (Vocalix and Woobius), his third attempt was a success: GrantTree a company that helps other startups access government funding, is currently on target to turn over £2m this year, with 23 employees. Through this time, Daniel also built the swombat.com resource of practical advice articles for entrepreneurs, and currently blogs at danieltenner.com. His current focus there is on open cultures.
The Startup Funding Game: Which Method Should You Choose?
Learn the various methods of raising funds for your startup.
Startup Founders: Tough Lessons Learned
Listen to a panel of startup founders who will share their journey and entrepreneurial struggles, and what it really takes to launch and scale a successful startup.