For the third running we'll have four companies pitching for money for creative projects judged by the audience and a panel of financial experts.
Our chair for the evening will be Paul Freedman (HW Fisher), his judges will be Mary Keane Dawson (MKD Consultants and ex MD of Neo@Ogilvy), Modwenna Rees-Mogg (Chair of The Pluralist Club), Emma Langley (Relationship Manager, Literature, The Arts Council) and Graham Goodkind (Chairman and Founder of Frank PR).
Our pitchers will be:
Neil Marcus (Stable Musicals)
Jacquelyn Guderley (Salomé Magazine)
Daniel Morrell (Chant Music)
Candide Kirk (Novellic).
This event will be at the Groucho Club. Byte the Book and Groucho members get in free. Non-member tickets are £20. If you are keen to join Byte the Book please sign up here.
Members and non-members need to sign up for a ticket to reserve their place.
This event is sponsored by: