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Having first come on board through our Consultancy division, working with our luxury brand partners, we are excited to share that Eva Espresso is now a valued official member of the Adoreum Club (perhaps it was inevitable!).
On Tuesday 6th July, we partnered with Club member, Mintus to host an Investor Breakfast at the prestigious Masterpiece Art Fair.
This month we have hosted a pair of breakfasts at the wonderful Fair Shot Café as part of our highly curated Sum of Six events. We brought together six members for each event that we were sure would have great chemistry, spark interesting conversations and initiate meaningful relationships.
What a way to send off our last event before the Summer break. On Thursday 14th July, we hosted a Club lunch at M Victoria and we were joined by a group of un-likeminded business leaders for conversation and connection.
On Wednesday the 2nd of March, in collaboration with Guerlain, we hosted a lunch for a group of Adoreum Members all the way up in Wardian’s newly opened Observatory.
At the end of February, we took a group of investors from the Club community to The London Technology Club’s breakfast on Longevity.
We are delighted to have been featured in Tech Funding News’ article reporting on our portfolio company, Magical Mushroom Company, and their latest £3 million raise which we introduced 30 investors to.
We were thrilled on Monday 12th June to co-host an Investor Dinner sponsored by Club Member, @wearecreativeuk, at @hostbarnabas.
Computer Aid is a non-profit organisation that is dedicated to closing the technological divide. On the 27th of May we hosted a breakfast event at The Berkeley with Computer Aid which featured an informative and eye-opening talk from Keith Sonnet, Computer Aids CEO, and Adoreum Senior Advisor, Dominic McVey who is also the Chairman of the Board at Computer Aid. The breakfast got everyone talking about how they can better manage their e-waste and brought awareness to the seriousness of the technological divide, especially during COVID.
On Thursday 25th November, we hosted a Club breakfast with founder of charity, Alike, Brad Gudger, at M Restaurant Victoria. After years of working with groups and charities, and being inspired by the peer support he experienced, Brad wanted to find a way to use the technology around us to combat loneliness, specifically for people with cancer. Alike is a first of its kind organisation, combining not-for-profit passion for change with the ingenuity and innovation of a tech start-up. It creates an opportunity to build friendships and be part of a community that doesn’t just support, but understands.
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