The Entrepreneurs Network and Kingsley Napley are hosting a roundtable on understanding and reforming Britain's visa system to support entrepreneurship in the UK.
At this event you will:
hear from some of Britain's leading entrepreneurs about their experiences of the visa system;
get insights from Kingsley Napley’s top ranked immigration team about changes to the visa system;
network with other ambitious entrepreneurs who have a passion for reforming the visa system.
Joshua Wöhle, Co-Founder of SuperAwesome, was born in the Netherlands and spent 10 years in Switzerland, before moving to London nine years ago to study. It was listed as the number one technology growth company in the UK by the Financial Times and they employ over 70 people in the UK. “The experience of ‘starting from zero’, realising you can get your own act together and build up a life around you is one that translates very strongly to entrepreneurship. It builds confidence, resilience and resourcefulness which are all key to any entrepreneur.”
Dr Miguel Martinez, Co-Founder of Signal AI, is the Spanish-born co-founder and Chief Data Scientist of Signal AI, a fast-growing UK company that analyses, in real-time, millions of news articles per day in order to improve the quality of business intelligence and decision making across organisations. “We are basically training the best people in the world, paying for part of their PhD with taxpayer’s money and then telling them they have to leave the country the moment they finish.”
Nicolas Rollason is a partner and head of Kingsley Napley’s immigration practice. He advises on all areas of UK immigration and nationality law and has particular expertise in providing strategic advice to businesses on their global immigration needs. He has extensive expertise across all immigration routes, with a widely-recognised breath of knowledge enabling him and his team to offer clear solutions to complex immigration problems. He is a well-known expert in EU immigration law and is regularly consulted by the UK immigration authorities on proposed changes to UK immigration rules and policy. Nick is listed as a leading figure in the Who’s Who of Corporate Immigration Law, Chambers UK and Legal 500 UK.
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