Technology businesses offer tremendous potential opportunities. Attend this course and be able to:
We have been delivering online training for many years and know how to ensure the interaction is the same as if you were in a classroom.
The trainer will share his screen to allow you to follow the training session, which will be very practical. Our trainer will include polls, group work, exercises, discussions and breaks.
The course will be 50% pre-recorded, on-demand material that can be accessed at the delegates preferred time. 50% will be delivered ‘live’ with the trainer – timings of this will be flexible in order to best meet the requirements of the demographics of the delegates.
You will be able to ask questions, give feedback and participate in the practical sessions. Class sizes will be capped to ensure every delegate will be guaranteed quality time with the trainer.
Dates: 8-10 March 2021
Venue: Online and Central London
Course Leader: Roger Mills
London course fee: £2999.00 + VAT @ 20% = £3598.80
Online course fee: £2399 + VAT if applicable
Roger Mills is Emeritus Professor of Finance and Accounting at Henley Business School, Universityof Reading and he has a unique blend of academic and business experience.
From his academic studies, all undertaken part time whilst working, he has a PhD in Finance, a Masters in Management Studies (MBA) and a first degree in Psychology, Sociology and Economics. During the professional part of his career he qualified as a Chartered Management Accountant, Company Secretary and Corporate Treasurer. Currently, he is the CEO of his own group of companies and an advisor to a number of organisations at board level, including one Middle East bank. He has consulted to numerous companies and organisations in many countries around the World.
He has worked extensively with banks and financial institutions,
primarily in France, UK and Scandinavia, in corporate and investment banking (including private equity and venture capital).
As a private equity investor Roger was a founding member of a
technology startup that secured a successful AIM listing on the
London Stock Exchange for a dotcom company in the late 1990’s. This listed company went on to acquire a number of businesses to refocus its activities before being acquired by a private equity player. He has also been involved in advising a number of technology companies generally and with respect to their valuations. These have included the start-up of a flying car that has subsequently gone into production and, more recently, an education technology business.