Upcoming Events

Dyslexic Thinking Celebration with Virgin Unite

Necker Island

In partnership with Made by Dyslexia, we’re thrilled to be putting on the first-ever Dyslexic Thinking gathering on Necker Island. This weeklong gathering and celebration will bring together a group of passionate Dyslexic Thinkers, brilliant speakers, and extraordinary changemakers who are empowering Dyslexic Thinking around the world.   The first half of the week will feature speakers and a program anchored all around Dyslexic Thinking—considerations and opportunities for education, in the workforce, and the policy shifts needed—and the second half will be time for guests and families to further connect, build community, and enjoy all the island has to offer. This group will serve as a catalyst to inspire and influence big shifts worldwide—to ignite widespread understanding about the brilliance and value of Dyslexic Thinking, and to empower it in every home, every workplace, and every school.   Confirmed speakers so far include founder of Virgin Group Sir Richard Branson, founder and CEO of Made By Dyslexia Kate Griggs, space scientist and science educator Maggie Aderin-Pocock, chair of the International Dyslexia Association Josh Clark, Director for Education and Skills and Special Advisor on Education Policy to the Secretary-General, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Andreas Schleicher, and Chief Executive of Randstad Sourceright Mike Smith, with a few, final voices to be confirmed.   The cost of this gathering is $60K USD per room for up to two people sharing, which covers everything from the time you land in the BVI until you leave us: stunning all-inclusive accommodation on Necker Island for seven nights, local ground and water transfers to/from the Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport (EIS/TUPJ), and all meals, drinks, and activities (apart from small extras, like the spa). This also includes a charitable contribution to Made By Dyslexia.

E2E Leadership Dinner with Mulberry Founder, Roger Saul

Yaatra Restaurant 4 Greycoat Pl, London

We are excited to say that we are hosting one of our E2E Leadership Dinner in London. During this dinner series we are excited to bring together a select group of entrepreneurs from across the UK for an evening of connection, collaboration, and community. This dinner marks the beginning of a series of gatherings designed to foster relationships, spark innovation, and cultivate opportunities within the entrepreneurial ecosystem. Dress:  Smart / Business attire Book your seat to this unmissable dinner, it promises to be an inspiring and memorable evening.

Disrupting for Good Gathering

Necker Island

Virgin Unite’s annual flagship gathering on Necker IslandDisrupting for Good is Virgin Unite’s annual flagship gathering on Necker Island, bringing together an intimate group of business leaders, entrepreneurs, and philanthropists, alongside a lineup of extraordinary speakers, to help catalyze as much positive change as we can.Over the course of four nights and five days, we’ll discuss and act on some of the world’s most pressing challenges and exciting possibilities for impact. Each day, we’ll gather for inspiring talks and collaborative sessions led by visionary frontline leaders, where you’ll have the chance to apply your unique perspective and resources directly towards world-shifting work—a one-of-a-kind opportunity to co-create solutions and influence change, right then and there. This gathering is designed to cover a multitude of issue areas—from peace and justice to mental health, from climate and environment to criminal justice reform, there’ll be something for everyone to connect to.Confirmed speakers so far include founder of Virgin Group Sir Richard Branson, founder and CEO of Ultra Education and winner of Virgin Unite’s inaugural Founders Unite award Julian Hall, CEO of Responsible Business Initiative for Justice Maha Jweied, and Pakistani American climate justice advocate and one of TIME’s 2023 Women of the Year, Ayisha Siddiqa, with additional speakers and a musical guest to be announced.The cost of this gathering starts at $50K USD per room for up to two people sharing, which covers everything from the time you land in the BVI until you leave us: stunning all-inclusive accommodation on Necker Island for four nights, local ground and water transfers to/from the Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport (EIS/TUPJ), and all meals, drinks, and activities (apart from small extras, like the spa). This also includes a charitable contribution to Virgin Unite.

E2E Private Dinner With Universal Partners

Scott's Mayfair 20 Mount St, London

e are hosting an exclusive private dinner on Thursday 18th July 2024 with our partner Universal Partners. Universal Partners, are experts at cross-border payment solutions and currency risk management. Through their committed approach they have built longstanding relationships with their clients, giving them access to an exceptional range of payment solutions and bespoke risk management strategies that help them in their long-term growth plans. Please join us for our drinks reception where you will meet and chat with other guests before sitting down for a sumptuous dinner as well as enjoying what I’m sure will be a fascinating talk by our guest speaker.     Dress:       Smart / Business attireAs seating is strictly limited at this special event, we would be most grateful if you could RSVP and confirm your attendance before 1 July 2024 It promises to be an inspiring and memorable evening.

E2E Private Dinner with TV production executive, Melanie Leach

34 Mayfair 34 Grosvenor Square, London

We are hosting an exclusive private dinner on Thursday 12th September 2024. Please join us for our drinks reception where you will meet and chat with other guests before sitting down for a sumptuous dinner as well as enjoying what I’m sure will be a fascinating talk by our guest speaker.     Dress:       Smart / Business attireAs seating is strictly limited at this special event, we would be most grateful if you could RSVP and confirm your attendance before 1st August 2024 It promises to be an inspiring and memorable evening.

E2E Leadership Dinner in London

Yaatra Restaurant 4 Greycoat Pl, London

We are excited to say that we are hosting one of our E2E Leadership Dinner in London. During this dinner series we are excited to bring together a select group of entrepreneurs from across the UK for an evening of connection, collaboration, and community. This dinner marks the beginning of a series of gatherings designed to foster relationships, spark innovation, and cultivate opportunities within the entrepreneurial ecosystem. Dress:  Smart / Business attire Book your seat to this unmissable dinner, it promises to be an inspiring and memorable evening.

E2E Ambassador Club Reception in London

Ivy Club 9 West St, London

We love connecting with our Ambassadors!   Please join us at our monthly E2E Ambassadors Club Drinks Reception in London. The E2E Ambassadors Club Drinks Reception is a place where you will make connections with like-minded entrepreneurs in a social setting, where you can relax and explore where synergies exist – or can be created. Do you know another great person to join our thriving community? We would be delighted to welcome them, simply let us know in the form so that we can register them and introduce ourselves at the reception. Please click on this RSVP link to register, we can’t to see you there!

E2E Ambassadors Club Reception in Manchester

The Ivy Spinningfields Manchester The Pavilion, Byrom St, Manchester

Please join us at our first E2E Ambassadors Club Drinks Reception in Manchester. The E2E Ambassadors Club Drinks Reception is a place where you will make connections with like-minded entrepreneurs in a social setting, where you can relax and explore where synergies exist – or can be created. Do you know another great person to join our thriving community? We would be delighted to welcome them, simply let us know in the form so that we can register them and introduce ourselves at the reception. Please click on this RSVP link to register, we can’t to see you there!

E2E Leadership Dinner with guest speaker Amanda Cronin, Founder of Amanda Caroline Skincare

Yaatra Restaurant 4 Greycoat Pl, London

We are excited to say that we are hosting one of our E2E Leadership Dinner in London. During this dinner series we are excited to bring together a select group of entrepreneurs from across the UK for an evening of connection, collaboration, and community. This dinner marks the beginning of a series of gatherings designed to foster relationships, spark innovation, and cultivate opportunities within the entrepreneurial ecosystem. Dress:  Smart / Business attire Book your seat to this unmissable dinner. It promises to be an inspiring and memorable evening.

E2E Ambassadors Club in London

Ivy Club 9 West St, London

We love connecting with our Ambassadors!   Please join us at the our monthly E2E Ambassadors Club Drinks Reception in London. The E2E Ambassadors Club Drinks Reception is a place where you will make connections with like-minded entrepreneurs in a social setting, where you can relax and explore where synergies exist – or can be created. Do you know another great person to join our thriving community? We would be delighted to welcome them, simply let us know in the form so that we can register them and introduce ourselves at the reception. Please click on this RSVP link to register, we can’t to see you there!

Previous Events

House of Lords Breakfast, LONDON w/Natasha Frangos – Partner, haysmacintyre, with Andy Rubin Chair Pentland Brands Ltd, Hosted by Lord Leigh of Hurley

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_column_text] House of Lords Breakfast, LONDON w/Natasha Frangos – Partner, haysmacintyre, with Andy Rubin Chair Pentland Brands Ltd, Hosted by Lord Leigh of Hurley Tuesday, 5 November 2019 8:30 am – 10:30 am Houses of Parliament, SW1A 0PW, London  (map) Google Calendar · ICS[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text] About the Event  ̄ Our E2E Members are invited to an exclusive breakfast at the House of Lords, hosted by Lord Leigh of Hurley, Senior Partner, Cavendish Corporate Finance & Deputy Executive Chairman, finnCap Group plc[/vc_column_text][vc_images_carousel images=”71410,71411,71413,71414,71415,71416,71347″ img_size=”full” speed=”2000″ autoplay=”yes”][vc_separator color=”custom” accent_color=”#d9d9d9″][vc_column_text] Lord Leigh of Hurley, Senior Partner, Cavendish Corporate Finance & Deputy Executive Chairman, finnCap Group plc Howard graduated in Economics from Southampton University, and after a short spell in UK merchant banking, joined Deloitte Haskins & Sells where he qualified as a Chartered Accountant. He transferred to the corporate tax department where he further qualified with the Chartered Institute of Taxation. In early 1986 Howard established Deloitte’s Mergers and Acquisitions Group and developed an expertise in company sales. In May 1988 he left to set up Cavendish Corporate Finance LLP and is currently the Senior Partner. Cavendish is now the UK’s leading specialist sell-side adviser to owners of mid-market businesses, having acted in over 500 transactions, mainly UK based. Over 50% of Cavendish’s clients are sold to overseas buyers. In December 2018, Cavendish merged with finnCap and the new group – finnCap Group plc – was listed on the London AIM market. In addition to his role as Senior Partner of Cavendish, Lord Leigh serves as Deputy Executive Chairman of the finnCap Group.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Lord Leigh will be joined by: Andy Rubin (MA MBA CCMI) – Chair of Pentland Brands Ltd Andy Rubin is Chair of Pentland Brands Ltd, a director of Pentland Group plc and non-executive director of JD Sports Fashion Plc. Pentland is a UK based, private family-owned company operating in sports, outdoor and fashion. Andy is the third generation to lead the family’s brand management business. Pentland owns global brands Speedo, Canterbury, Berghaus, Ellesse, Endura, and Mitre and is the global footwear partner for Lacoste and Karen Millen footwear. The Group is the majority shareholder in JD Sports Fashion plc, an international multichannel retailer in sports, outdoor and fashion operating 2,500 stores and numerous online businesses. Pentland has won the following Family Business awards: 2017 – IMD & FBN Best Global Family Business 2017 – EY Best Family Business in the UK 2014 – Campden Best European Family Business 2008 – IFB Best Family Business in UK Andy is a Companion of the Chartered Management Institute and a Companion of the British Academy of Management. He is Vice President and Executive Board Member of the World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry. He is Chair of the Dean’s Council at Lancaster University Management School and an Honorary Professor in the Department of Entrepreneurship, Strategy, and Innovation. Andy is a Family Advisory Council Member for the Said Business School at the University of Oxford’s research programme examining the benefits of corporate purpose. Andy

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E2E Wine Tasting Evening w/UBS, co-hosted by Caroline Simmons and Gino Nardella

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_column_text] E2E Wine Tasting Evening w/UBS, co-hosted by Caroline Simmons and Gino Nardella Thursday, 7 November 2019 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm Google Calendar · ICS[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text] About the Event  ̄ E2E invites its members to attend an intimate wine tasting evening with UBS to taste a delicious selection of fine wines from all around the world alongside like-minded entrepreneurs.[/vc_column_text][vc_images_carousel images=”71390,71391,71392,71393,71394,71347″ img_size=”full” speed=”2000″ autoplay=”yes”][vc_column_text]The evening will be co-hosted with Caroline Simmons, Deputy-Head, UK Investment Office at UBS Wealth Management, who will kindly update us on investment management and strategies. The tasting will cover 4 global regions – UK, US, China & Italy. Distinguished Master Sommelier, Gino Nardella, will inform us about the spectacular wines that we will be enjoying. To accompany the wines we will be serving an array of hearty hot and cold canapés. This is our favourite event of E2E’s annual calendar where we bring together some of UK’s most distinguished entrepreneurs and business leaders for a relaxed, fun and experiential evening.[/vc_column_text][vc_separator color=”custom” accent_color=”#d9d9d9″][vc_column_text] If you are not an E2E member, we kindly ask you to fill out our membership form here: [/vc_column_text][kleo_button title=”BECOME A MEMBER” href=”https://e2exchange.com/e2emembership/” style=”custom” position=”center” size=”lg” icon=”0″ custom_background=”#ff0101″ custom_bg_hover=”#ff3333″ custom_text=”#ffffff”][kleo_gap][vc_separator color=”custom” accent_color=”#d9d9d9″][vc_column_text] Connect with us on social media via the links below for the latest updates: [DISPLAY_ULTIMATE_SOCIAL_ICONS] [/vc_column_text][vc_column_text] Disclaimer: Please note that event timings and dates are subject to change. Our event is designed for founders of growing businesses and business leaders. We try where possible to keep exclusivity. Should E2E deem your position as not suitable for our event, one of our team will remove you from our attendee list and you will be notified. Overt selling will be frowned upon.[/vc_column_text][vc_single_image image=”71166″ img_size=”full”][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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Speaker panel

Propercorn Co-Founder Ryan Kohn, Melanie Leach, CEO of Twofour Group and Eddie Obeng, Founder & Director of Pentacle (The Virtual Business School)

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_column_text] Propercorn Co-Founder Ryan Kohn, Melanie Leach, CEO of Twofour Group and Eddie Obeng, Founder & Director of Pentacle (The Virtual Business School) Wednesday, 20 November 2019 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm The Gherkin, EC3A 8BF, London (map) Google Calendar · ICS[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_images_carousel images=”71347,71348,71349,71350,71352,71353,71354,71346″ img_size=”full” speed=”2000″ autoplay=”yes”][vc_column_text] About the Event  ̄ E2E are returning to London due to popular demand for another #ScaleUp2Success event on 20 November and we would be delighted if you would like to join us.[/vc_column_text][kleo_button title=”GIVE FEEDBACK” href=”https://e2exchange.com/contact/” style=”custom” position=”center” size=”lg” icon=”0″ custom_background=”#ff0101″ custom_bg_hover=”#ff3333″ custom_text=”#ffffff”][kleo_gap size=”25px”][vc_column_text]We have teamed up with IWG (Regus and Spaces), the UK’s largest serviced office provider with a network of 360 locations in every major town and city in the UK, to create the UK’s largest ecosystem of SME business leaders and entrepreneurs. We are hosting joint events with Spaces which are designed to inspire, teach and collaborate in city centres all across the UK. What is #SCALEUP2SUCCESS? Our #SCALEUP2SUCCESS events are a mixture of networking where you get the opportunity to meet like-minded entrepreneurs, followed by short syndicate sessions designed to give you some pointers on a number of different help topics including Digital Marketing and HR. This is followed by a panel of the UK’s leading scale up entrepreneurs and motivational speakers to inspire you! How will you benefit from attending? You will have the opportunity to connect with our inspirational speakers and an entrepreneurial community of Founders, CEOs, Chairman and Investors from London and the surrounding areas. You will have exclusive access to E2E’s ecosystem of support by becoming an E2E member for FREE, meaning invitations to our exclusive events, access to our £50m financing facility for SMEs and many more corporate services at discounted rates. At the event you will find a delicious range of drinks + canapés. Our special guest, Eminent Wines, will also be presenting a selection of wines, champagne and spirits created bespoke for their clients. [/vc_column_text][vc_separator color=”custom” accent_color=”#d9d9d9″][vc_column_text] Open address from: The Mayor of London will be joining us on the evening and delivering an opening address. Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan was elected Mayor of London in May 2016, winning the largest personal mandate in the history of British politics. Previously he represented Tooting in Parliament, serving as a government minister for Transport from 2008-2010, and as Shadow Secretary of State for Justice from 2010 onwards. Before becoming an MP, Sadiq had a successful career as a partner in a law firm, specialising in human rights. Following the referendum on EU membership, Sadiq launched the London Is Open campaign to send a message that despite the UK voting for Brexit London would remain the same open, cosmopolitan and diverse city it has always been. He has subsequently campaigned for a public vote on the final Brexit deal with the option to stay in the EU on the ballot. In recent months, he has launched the Greater London Investment Fund, City Hall’s biggest ever small business investment fund, with £100m of equity and loan finance available, and in September,

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Members Only: E2E Christmas Drinks Reception, London

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_column_text] Members Only: E2E Christmas Drinks Reception, London Wednesday, 11 December 2019 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm Google Calendar · ICS[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text] About the Event  ̄ The E2E team would be delighted if you would like to join us as our guest for cocktails and canapés at the E2E Christmas Party to help us celebrate the festive season.[/vc_column_text][vc_images_carousel images=”71129,71131,71132,71130″ img_size=”full” speed=”2000″ autoplay=”yes”][vc_column_text]We would like to celebrate our growing entrepreneurial community, having connected thousands of founders across the UK. E2E is proud to continue to help you to find capital, Non-Exec Directors and mentors, increased business interaction and enkindled inspiration and friendship. We look forward to bringing together some of the UK’s most distinguished entrepreneurs and business leaders, our Board, Advisory Board, our team and those who have spoken for us over the past year for a relaxed and fun evening.[/vc_column_text][vc_separator color=”custom” accent_color=”#d9d9d9″][vc_column_text] If you are not an E2E member, we kindly ask you to fill out our membership form here: [/vc_column_text][kleo_button title=”BECOME A MEMBER” href=”https://e2exchange.com/e2emembership/” style=”custom” position=”center” size=”lg” icon=”0″ custom_background=”#ff0101″ custom_bg_hover=”#ff3333″ custom_text=”#ffffff”][kleo_gap][vc_separator color=”custom” accent_color=”#d9d9d9″][vc_column_text] Connect with us on social media via the links below for the latest updates: [DISPLAY_ULTIMATE_SOCIAL_ICONS] [/vc_column_text][vc_column_text] Disclaimer: Please note that event timings and dates are subject to change. Our event is designed for founders of growing businesses and business leaders. We try where possible to keep exclusivity. Should E2E deem your position as not suitable for our event, one of our team will remove you from our attendee list and you will be notified. Overt selling will be frowned upon.[/vc_column_text][vc_single_image image=”71166″ img_size=”full”][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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Cocktail Reception hosted by E2E in conjunction with Memery Crystals’ #ThinkSeries

We are very pleased to announce that Tim Steiner OBE, the founding Chief Executive Officer of Ocado, as our key speaker. He will be sharing valuable insights and learnings from his career. The commercial delivery service began in 2000 initially serving 100,000 households, and now has millions of customers, exceeding £1bn in annual sales. The company has become a member of the FTSE 100 Index, marking its transition from a UK grocery player into a global technology supplier for online grocery retailing. Prior to Ocado, Tim spent eight years at Goldman Sachs, based around the world. Tim graduated from Manchester University in 1992 with an honours degree in Economics, Finance and Accountancy. He is an outstandingly successful entrepreneur and compelling speaker. It promises to be a great evening. Details: 15th November 2018 | 6:30pm-10:00pm 165 Fleet Street, London EC4A 2DY

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E2E Wine Tasting Evening w/ UBS with Dean Turner, UBS & Gino Nardella

On Feb 7th, we are hosting a very special wine tasting evening held in one of the top hotels in London. The evening will be co-hosted with Dean Turner, Economist in UK Investment Office at UBS, who will kindly update us on the economics of the wine region. Our distinguished Master Sommelier, Gino Nardella will inform us about the spectacular wines that we will be enjoying. To accompany the wines we will be serving an array of hearty hot and cold canapés. We bring together some of UK’s most distinguished entrepreneurs and business leaders for a relaxed, fun and experiential evening. REGISTER HERE

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E2E #ScaleUp2Success Series – Trunki, Pacific Direct and Incisive Media

#ScaleUp2Success Series Join us for the launch of E2E in Reading and an evening of inspirational, entrepreneurial conversation with:   Lara Morgan, Founder & former CEO – Pacific Direct Having sold her share in Pacific Direct for GBP20m and authored the book; ‘More balls than most’! Lara is now involved in several UK startups. She regularly speaks at events and conferences about her experiences and achievements, giving no-nonsense advice to business owners and entrepreneurs. She is a regular commentator on current affairs and business issues with Sky News and BBC News. She has also appeared on the BBC2 show “The Apprentice: You’re Fired.” Lara is also an elite triathlete, having competed in the 2011 World Triathlon Championships in Beijing, achieving 10th place.   Rob Law MBE, Founder & CEO – Trunki The brand behind the much loved children’s ride-on suitcase. His award-winning company has pioneered a whole range of innovative travel gear and has become recognised as a global brand for families on the go. After his famous rejection on BBC’s Dragons Den, Trunki is now widely regarded as ‘the one that got away’, having sold 3.5 million suitcases, exporting to 100 countries and winning over 120 awards. The Den was just one of the many setback’s Rob faced during his inspirational story to success.   Tim Weller, Founder & Chairman – Incisive Media Tim Weller founded Incisive Media in 1995 with 13 people and £275k of capital and built a business that had revenues of over £250 million and 2500 staff operating out of the US, Asia and UK in under 13 years. Join us to hear how he led the successful IPO of Incisive Media on the main market of the LSE in December 2000, which delivered a 110x return for founding investors. He then completed the £275 million Public to Private MBO of Incisive Media in 2006 and follow on $700m of acquisitions. It promises to be a fantastic evening with canapés and inspirational speakers.

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E2E House of Lords Morning Seminar on Blockchain with Blockchain Labs, L3C and IBM UKI

On the March 6th, we are hosting a very special Leaders Series Breakfast at the House of Lords chaired by Lord Karan Bilimoria CBE, DL where he will be joined by: Ismail Malik, Founder of Blockchain Labs, Lubo Cheytanov, CEO of L3C and Richard Stockley, Head of Blockchain for IBM UKI. Ismail Malik is the Founder & CEO of Blockchain Labs, and the Editor in Chief of  ICO Crowds. He is ranked 75 of the top 100 most influential Blockchain people according to Rise Global. He currently holds the position of Founder and CEO of Blockchain Labs which specialises in crypto development projects and placement of lead developers for existing DLT projects. The Lab Retains a strong focus on R&D primarily researching, and secures embedded smart contract trusted execution environments on the Ethereum, Bitcoin and Corda blockchains. He is also editor in Chief of ICO Crowds the first publication for ICO industry. He previously worked at Smartledger which develops smart contracts for Smart Cities. He has also held positions such as Editor in Chief of Bitcoin Entrepreneurs, Co-Founder of CoinViral, CoinDesk, Director at Sqft Crowd and many others. Lubo Cheytanov is a tech entrepreneur and Angel investor.  Lubo is the CEO of L3C, an advisory board member of E2E, and a limited partner of Ariadne capital. He has more than 30 years experience in technology with 21 years of various leadership positions across various regions in IBM. He has a Master in Microelectronics and an MBA from Henley. Richard Stockley is the Head of Blockchain for IBM UKI. He has sales responsibility for all blockchain services and software in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Richard has extensive experience in Management, Marketing and Business Process. He has worked with IBM in both London and New York, prior to which he ran a digital publishing business in Vietnam. He has an MBA from the University of Cambridge. Lord Karan Bilimoria CBE, DL is also the Co-Founder of Cobra Beer, Chancellor of Birmingham University and Board Director, E2E. Over the last five years, the E2E community has evolved to over 10,000 entrepreneurs and 2,000 investors & non-exec directors who embrace the power meeting people face to face and building long lasting relationships. We are excited to help founders of businesses connect, invest and sit on the boards of the UK’s fastest growing organisations. REGISTER HERE

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E2E #ScaleUp2Success – Ellas Kitchen, En Route International and Brewery London

#ScaleUp2Success Series Join us in Brighton for an evening of inspirational, entrepreneurial conversation with:   Paul Lindley, Founder – Ella’s Kitchen Paul Lindley is an award-winning British entrepreneur and children’s welfare campaigner. He founded organic baby and children’s food brand Ella’s Kitchen, naming it after his daughter, and later launched organic toddler toiletries brand Paddy’s Bathroom, named after his son. Paul launched Ella’s Kitchen from his own kitchen table in 2004, and transformed a home-grown business into a £75m titan that sells goods in 40 countries. That was just the beginning. Paul built on the success of Ella’s, creating natural toiletries brand Paddy’s Bathroom. And founded The Key is E, which supports social entrepreneurs in Africa. He also co-founded a social enterprise called The Key is E with former child soldier and international hip-hop artist Emmanuel Jal. He was previously deputy managing director of Nickelodeon UK.   Alison Cooper (Lessmann), Founder – En Route International and En Route Gastronomie Vertriebsgesellschaft, Award Winning Entrepreneur and Active Investor In 1992, Alison created En Route Gastronomie Vertriebsgesellschaft in Germany, launching a country-wide chilled delivery network for Deutsche Bahn, Germany’s national rail company, providing all stations with UK-imported sandwiches and making En Route a £5M business within 10 years. By 2002, Alison had launched UK-based En Route International, now a £40M corporation with over 70 staff members. En Route serves 65 corporate customers across 5 global locations and delivers to over 55 sites each week, and 40M units of product to over 100 locations worldwide annually. Alison’s entrepreneurial spirit sparked the innovative philosophy now deeply embedded within En Route’s culture. Her imaginative approach to working with customers, identifying their problems and finding solutions for them has provided real added value to customers’ product offerings, supply chain processes and ultimately their bottom lines. Alison’s proven success in taking En Route from its inception to a global concern led to the Emirates group (Dnata) acquiring the majority share in May 2012 for in excess of £7M and obtaining full ownership in 2017. Alison has recently completed her 5 year earn-out. In 2018, Alison launched Palm Grove Investments, a privately-owned enterprise investing in property and private companies.     Paul Stead, Founder – Brewery London, Growth by Design Paul Stead was working at Fitch and Co and within 3 years became one of the youngest associate directors – working on Terminal 3/4 Heathrow multiple international projects. On his 30th Birthday he left Fitch and founded PSD Associates with a £2,000 loan from his mum. From his front room in Teddington, to old Brewery building in Richmond, Paul grew a 100 person award winning Interdisciplinary Design studio. Including clients such as Motorola, Nokia, Philips, Mitsubishi. In 2000 the business had a turnover exceeding £12M, he sold to Cordiant Communications and became the Global CEO. Cordiant Communications went on to purchase Fitch and other design assets to create a turnover of circa $100m and 28 office global design business.In 2004 he founded NewEdge with Dr Pam Henderson, turnover $6M. In 2014 he

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E2E Leader Series with KPMG. Reception with Melanie Leach, CEO of Two Four Group

On the April 17, we are hosting a very special Leaders Series Reception with Melanie Leach. As Chief Executive of Twofour Group, Melanie oversees nine companies producing a wide range of comedy, drama and unscripted television. Prior to being appointed as CEO in July 2014, Melanie was MD of Twofour Broadcast, during which time the company was named ‘Indie Production Company of the Year’ in the 2010 and 2014 Broadcast Awards. Recent hits from the group include the Emmy Award-winning series Educating (C4), Rose D’Or winner The Real Marigold Hotel (BBC1), The Jump (C4), Unforgotten (ITV1), Motherland (BBC2), Posh Pawn (C4), Animals In Love (BBC1) and the fastest selling format of the year, This Time Next Year (ITV1). Melanie began her career in production and continues to produce some of Twofour’s most popular shows, including This Time Next Year, The Jump and Channel 5’s longest running series, The Hotel Inspector. REGISTER NOW

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E2E ENTERPRISE TERMS & CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS

Definitions:
“Annual Renewal Date” means the date 12 months after a Member has signed up to Premium Membership of E2E. “Member” means the contracting party for whom Work is performed by E2E.
“Deliverable” means any advice, document, report, or data or produced or provided pursuant to the Work as outlined in the
Proposal.
“Information” means all documents, information and assistance, IT systems and infrastructure that may be required in
providing the Services.
“E2E” means E2E Enterprise Limited, whose address is: 52 Grosvenor Gardens, London, SW1W 0AU, company number
10582350.
“Premium Membership” means the provision by E2E of services it has procured for the benefit of the Member, to include use of E2E partner’s offices, free legal/tax consultations, discounts on partner offerings, and personal benefits. “Premium Membership Fee” means the sum of £300 + VAT per annum, charged once per annum.
“Proposal” means the written document (e-mail, or hard form document) in which E2E offers to carry out Work for The Member, in return for remuneration.
“Services” means the Services delivered to the Member by E2E which are the subject of the Proposal.
“Work” means the scope of work and set of rates and associated budget estimate, or lump sum price detailed in E2E’s Proposal or engagement letter/contract, across any or all of E2E’s service verticals.

  1. All work undertaken by E2E for the Member will be in accordance with the Proposal, of which these Terms and Conditions form an integral part. If there is any subsequent variation to these terms, it will only be valid if (a) in writing, and (b) if authorised by a representative of E2E who has the authorisation to agree to any such variation. If for whatever reason a Proposal does not happen, then E2E will treat the fact that you have instructed us to commence the Work on this assignment as a deemed agreement.
    2. The Proposal forms the whole agreement between us and supersedes any prior discussions, agreements or correspondence between us in relation to the Work.
    3. Any amendment to the Terms and Conditions shall only be made by way of specific reference to the relevant clause in the Terms and Conditions. If there is any conflict or perceived conflict between the Proposal and the Terms and Conditions, then the terms of the Proposal shall prevail.
    4. If there is more than one addressee to whom the Proposal is addressed, then each and every addressee shall have several obligations, and shall not be responsible or be liable for the actions of the other.
    5. E2E or the Member shall be able to terminate the Work assignment that has been agreed by written notice, at any time without penalty. However, if the work is terminated by the Member prior to the completion of the Work, then E2E shall be entitled to charge its fees, expenses, disbursements and VAT up until the date of termination.
    6. If the Member terminates their Premium Membership before the Annual Renewal Date, they shall be immediately charged with any remaining Premium Membership Fee due to E2E for the year in question since they signed up to become a Member. Such charge by E2E will be levied onto the credit or debit card, or company bank account, the Member used to sign up to the E2E Premium Membership or it shall be levied by way of invoice if any credit or debit card or bank account shall have been blocked at source by the Member.
    7. The Premium Membership fee shall automatically be renewed at each Annual Renewal Date, unless the Member provides to E2E 30 days of advance notice of termination of such Premium Membership prior to any Annual Renewal Date.
    8. The terms of the Proposal will apply to any Services whether such Services were performed or provided before or after the signing of the Proposal.
    9. The Member must ensure that E2E is fully briefed and provided with all necessary documentation and equipment so as to be able to perform the Work.
    10. If the Member wishes to engage E2E in any additional Services over and above those contained in the Proposal, then we shall be delighted to discuss those with you. We ask that you discuss these with us at the earliest opportunity so we can evaluate the Services we can provide and the fees for doing so, before committing to contractually providing those Services to you, and the timeframe within which we will provide them to you.
    11. We may in the course of delivery of the Services, assist you with exempt regulated activities that are incidental to the Services.
    12. If, during the provision of the Services, you need advice on investments, we may have to refer you to someone who is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”), as we are not. We may be able to, in some limited circumstances, be able to provide a limited amount of investment services, but only if they are incidental to the Services.
    13. Unless specifically agreed by the parties in a Proposal, E2E fees shall be charged on an hourly rate basis.
    14. Expenses incurred, including travel and subsistence, and goods and services purchased on the Member’s behalf, will be re-charged to you.
    15. It is E2E’s intention and policy to agree in every case, with the Member a billing policy, whether the Work is a one off, non recurring, or regular retainers, monthly assignments or continuous. In the absence of anything to the contrary in the Proposal, E2E will expect to charge £1,000 per month of its proposed fee for one off and non-recurring work at the outset and on signing of the Proposal, with the remaining fee to be charged at completion of our Services. For all other Work, our fees shall be charged on a monthly basis, and wherever possible, the monthly fee shall represent the total fee payable/divided by the time taken (or estimated) to complete the Work.
    16. All fees and expenses will be subject to VAT (or exempt from VAT where relevant) in accordance with VAT regulations and guidance.
    17. Time shall be of the essence in terms of payment of E2E fees by the Member, and the Member agrees to pay promptly all sums due under the Proposal. After 30 days if the Member has not paid the invoice, E2E will be entitled to a charge of 8% over the base rate for the time being of HSBC Bank Plc for all outstanding amounts.
    18. If The Member disputes any part of an invoice, The Member will pay the undisputed portion of the invoice without delay.
    19. If The Member fails to pay an invoice within 14 days of the due date, E2E reserves the right to suspend the Work until the outstanding amount together with interest thereon has been received. No liability will be accepted by E2E for any direct or indirect loss, damage or consequential loss, delay or disruption, however suffered by virtue of the suspension of the Work in accordance with this clause.
    20. E2E may terminate the Work in the event of a material default provided that written notice is provided first and that The Member agrees that it is a material default. The material default must have continued unremediated for 30 days after written notification by E2E. Thereafter E2E and the Member agree that in the event that the fee remains unpaid for a period of 90 days after it is due E2E can move to secure a voluntary charge against an individual’s property (where the Member is an individual or group of individuals), or secure a voluntary charge against a company’s property (where the Member is a corporate entity), in both instances such charge shall be for the amount as is due (and interest arising thereon as set out in clause 17, and any associated legal costs of obtaining said charge).
    21. The Member will be liable for any fees up to the date of termination. An additional charge will be made in agreement with The Member as compensation for the recovery of costs for the demobilisation and re-assignment of personnel and equipment and any associated loss of profit.
    22. Fee estimates given by E2E are given in good faith but will not be contractually binding.
    23. In the event that E2E is held to be liable for negligence, breach of trust, default or breach of duty occurring whilst performing the Services, the maximum aggregate liability shall be limited to £1million or if a lesser amount is mentioned in the Proposal, then the lesser amount shall apply.
    24. If a third party has been the cause of (partially or wholly) the loss to the Member, and that third party can be added as a party or witness to ay relevant proceedings, and/or where the Member’s actions or omissions have caused or partly been responsible for the liability, then E2E’s liability shall be reduced and limited to the amount that is just and reasonable under the circumstances. In determining to what extent, the third party is liable no regard shall be had to the ability of that third party to pay, in any way shape or form whatsoever.
    25. In the event that proceedings are issued then neither E2E nor the Member shall unreasonably resist the joinder to the proceedings or the calling as a witness in the proceedings of any responsible third party. For the avoidance of doubt a third party may be any of: a director or employee of the Member, persons associated with the Member, persons who have provided finance or services to the Member, including other professionals, and any government or regulatory body where such body is in breach of duty, whether statutory or otherwise, and irrespective of whether such authority or body has any statutory immunity from liability for damages.
    26. If the effect of clauses 23 and 24 was such that E2E’ liability was reduced to a level below which would be deemed fair and reasonable, then this clause shall have effect as if it limited E2E’s liability to such amount as is fair and reasonable.
    27. E2E shall only be liable once to the Member party for any such loss arising, and any claim brought by the Member that may be brought at some point in the future, will either be invalid, or if ruled valid, then any monies that may have been paid out already at that stage shall be taken into account and reduce any subsequent liability that may be found to have existed.
    28. Where there is more than one Member party the limit of liability specified above will have to be allocated between the Member parties. It is agreed that such allocation will be entirely a matter for the Member parties, provided always that if (for whatever reason) no such allocation is agreed, no Member party shall dispute the validity, enforceability or operation of the limit of liability on the ground that no such allocation was agreed. For the avoidance of doubt the aggregate of all such allocations shall not exceed the limit applicable pursuant to clause 23 above.
    29. Any claims must be formally commenced within 2 years after the party bringing the claim becomes aware (or ought reasonably to have become aware) of the facts which give rise to the action and in any event no later than three years after the cause of action arises. This provision expressly overrides any statutory provision which may apply otherwise.
    30. Except as expressly provided for in the Proposal, no person other than the Member may enforce the Proposal by virtue of the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 (“the Act”). Notwithstanding any benefits or rights conferred by the Proposal on any third party by virtue of the Act, the parties to the Proposal may agree to vary or rescind the Proposal without any third party’s consent.
    31. These provisions do not apply to (a) death or personal injury, (b) loss and damage arising from fraud or wilful default on our part, and (c) any other situations in which the limitation of our liability is prohibited by law.
    32. Details of our professional indemnity insurance, can be viewed by requesting a copy from us.
    33. The functions and Services that E2E undertakes on behalf of the Member shall not be exclusive in that nothing in the Proposal shall prevent or restrict E2E from carrying on is profession or business. In particular E2E reserves the right to act at any time for other Members who may be competitors of yours or in respect of whom issues of commercial conflict may arise.
    34. In accordance with relevant ethical requirements, we have put in place procedures to identify situations where a specific legal or ethical conflict of interest may arise. However, we cannot be certain that our procedures will identify all such situations, partly because we may find it difficult to judge what you might deem to be a conflict. If you are aware of, or become aware of, any potential conflict affecting the provision of our Services, you will notify us immediately.
    35. Where a specific legal or ethical conflict, actual or potential is identified, and we believe that implementing appropriate procedures can properly safeguard your interests, we will promptly notify you (subject to any confidentiality issues as set out in clauses 35 and 36) and explain the safeguards to be implemented and obtain your consent to their implementation. There may however be circumstances where we consider that your position cannot be safeguarded and in such circumstances, the Services may be terminated. In order to maintain confidentiality, we may not be able to explain all the reasons for terminating the Services.
    36. Once the subject matter of the Proposal is in the public domain (or we agree otherwise in writing), E2E may – at its own expense – place advertisements or make reference on the E2E website or distribute other marketing materials (in each case using the Member’s name and in the case of the Member being a corporate – use the Member’s logo), describing our role in the assignment.
    37. Subject to compulsory disclosures (see clauses 37 and 38 below), E2E and the Member shall use their reasonable endeavours to procure that their directors, employees, officers or agents, contractors and partners, shall at all times keep confidential and shall not use, except in connection with the performance of the Services or otherwise as reasonably necessary for the purposes of the Work or as expressly stated in the Engagement Letter or subsequently agreed to in writing or as otherwise required or permitted or permissible in law, and Deliverables and information obtained or given in connection with the Services or Work (together “permitted Disclosure”). Each party is solely responsible for ensuring the proper presentation of any Permitted Disclosure.
    38. E2E and each Member party accept no liability to any other party who is shown or gains access to any Deliverables or information. On the basis as set out in Clause 4 above, E2E and each Member party agree to accept responsibility for and hold the other party and their agents harmless from any claim (including any claim for negligence) arising out of any un- authorised disclosure by E2E or the Member parties and others engaged by them, of Deliverables or information. This undertaking will extend to the cost of defending any such claim. The Member also agrees to keep confidential any methodologies and technology used to carry out the Services. E2E retains the copyright and any other IP right in relation to the material provided to the Member.
    39. Clauses 35 and 36 shall not prohibit disclosures required by law or by the rules of any governmental or regulatory body or disclosures made for the purposes of pursuing any legitimate claims that you may have against E2E or (as the case may be) we may have against the Member or other persons.
    40. Clauses 35 and 36 shall not prohibit the disclosure of any information or Deliverables where it is reasonably necessary for the purposes of (1) notifying insurers concerning any actual or potential dispute relating to the Services, (2) resolving any actual or potential dispute relating to the Services or (3) in connection with any defence advanced in any proceedings in any jurisdiction. Clauses 35 and 36 shall also not prohibit the disclosure of any information which is within the public domain, or which is obtained from a third party who is entitled to disclose it publicly, and shall cease to apply to any

information which subsequently enters the public domain except as a result of a disclosure which is contrary to these provisions.
41. The provisions of clauses 35-38 shall continue in force and effect notwithstanding the termination of our appointment hereunder or the completion of the Services.
42. You accept responsibility for making available to us and/or granting full access to, as and when required, all relevant information. The Member will ensure that all information is complete and accurate.
43. The Member agrees to grant E2E a royalty free licence to use the Member’s intellectual property rights to the extent necessary for the provision of the Services. Such licence shall expire automatically upon termination of this agreement provided that such termination will not require E2E to return any information provided to us in connection with the provision of the Services.
44. To the extent that the information is not in your control or possession, you will use your best endeavours to procure that the required information is made available to us.
45. You undertake to notify us promptly if anything occurs within a reasonable time after information has been provided to E2E to render any such information untrue, unfair, or misleading. You also undertake (if required by E2E) to take all reasonable steps to correct any document, announcement, or communication issued, containing, referring to or based upon any such information. We shall not e obliged to disclose to the Member, nor to take into account in providing the Services, any information if to do so might breach obligations owed to any other persons or the rules of any governmental or regulatory authorities.
46. In relation to the provision of the Services, it may be necessary or desirable to instruct other professional advisers. You shall be responsible for the appointment of such other professional advisers and for their fees and expenses. Where other professional advisers are appointed E2E will place reliance on their opinion and we will refer to their opinion and our reliance upon it in any Deliverables as appropriate.
47. E2E shall have no liability for the non-delivery or non-performance of such other professional advisers (other than our express agents). Additionally, E2E shall not be liable for the acts, omissions, misrepresentation or error of any third party supplier introduced by us.
48. E2E’s work will not be an audit of any figures provided to us, and E2E will not seek to verify the accuracy of the information provided to us. In many cases E2E will accept the explanation and assurances it receives from the directors, officers, and employees of the Member entity subject to this engagement. E2E will however satisfy itself that the information is consistent with other information provided to it. E2E may request written confirmation from relevant persons that such information provided to us is complete and accurate and that any Deliverables are factually accurate and contain all matters of significance within the scope of the Engagement Letter.
49. In relation to information technology systems, E2E makes no representation or warranty that its advice is complete or that any action the Member may take or may not take as a consequence of our advice will result in the functionality and/or performance of the Member’s information technology systems.
50. E2E will not be responsible for detecting fraud or misrepresentation (whether by the Member party, its management employees or third parties). E2E will, subject to its legal obligations, without accepting any liability for doing so, inform the Member party if it becomes aware of fraud.
51. E2E will not be responsible for any consequences of any deficiencies in information provided in the course of our provision of the Services.
52. E2E work and findings shall not in any way constitute recommendations regarding the completion of the Proposal. The Member is responsible for determining whether the scope of E2E’s work is sufficient for the Member’s purposes in the context of your wider investigations and due diligence.
53. Each party will ensure that it has and/or shall obtain all authorisations, consents and approvals of any governmental or other regulatory body or authority as are necessary to enable it to engage in the transaction and carry on the activities in respect of which the Services are provided. Each party will ensure that it, together with all its directors, officers, employees and agents will at all times comply with all applicable legal and regulatory provisions of which it is, or should reasonably be, aware in any jurisdiction including the United Kingdom, to the extent applicable.
54. We shall keep you informed on the progress of E2E’s work and give warning to all matters that we consider to be of significance to you and, where appropriate, your advisers as they arise during the course of E2E’s work.
55. Where draft Deliverables are produced, they are not held out to be final pieces of advice or the final Services. As a consequence, E2E shall not be liable for any loss or liability to the Member for any draft Deliverables.
56. E2E and the Member agree to communicate electronically over the internet, including e-mail communications. Each party shall be responsible for protecting its own systems and interests and neither party shall be responsible to the other on any basis (contract, tort or otherwise) for any loss, damage or omission in anyway arising from the use of electronic data (including e-mail) as a form of communication. Nothing in this clause shall exclude any liability arising from the negligent addressing and transmission of an e-mail to an incorrect party.
57. All correspondence and papers in our possession or control and generated for our internal purposes (including our working papers) or addressed to us relating to the Services or the subject matter of the Services shall be our sole property. We retain all copyright and the intellectual property rights in everything developed by E2E either before or during the course of the provision of the Services, including rights in all Deliverables.
58. Files and other papers, electronic or otherwise, relating to the Member matters, including certain documents that may legally belong to you, will be stored for such time as we judge reasonable or for such time as we are required by law to do so, but in any event for a period not less than six years, after which time we may destroy them without further reference to the Member.
59. E2E will discuss with the Member the nature and timing of the programme of work it intends to carry out and the most effective way of implementing it. Deadlines for completing the various aspects of our work will be agreed following such consultation. The timetable for completion of the Services assumes that the information E2E requires to carry out its work will be made available in good order on a timely basis.
60. Where E2E holds any Member money for any reason, interest will be paid on that Member money at a rate no less than that applicable to small deposits subject to the minimum period of notice of withdrawal.
61. Neither E2E nor the Member will be liable to the other for any delay or failure to fulfil obligations caused by circumstances outside E2E’s reasonable control.
62. Neither the Member nor E2E may transfer nor assign any rights or obligations under the Proposal without the prior written consent of the other party.
63. Notwithstanding Clause 60 E2E may use appropriate sub-contractors where it is considered appropriate to do so in connection with the provision of the Services and the Member hereby authorises us to release such information as we consider necessary to enable any such sub-contractors to perform the tasks requested of them. For the avoidance of doubt, no use of sub-contractors will affect our duties or obligations to you under the Proposal in any way and Clauses 44 and 45 shall not apply in relation to any such use of sub-contractors.
64. If at any time you wish to discuss with us how E2E’s Services to you could be improved or if you are dissatisfied with the Services you are receiving, please let us know. E2E undertake to look carefully and promptly into any complaint and to do all we can to explain the position to you. If we have given you a less than satisfactory service, we would like the opportunity to put it right. Ultimately, if you wish to take up matters with our CEO, Shalini Khemka, please feel free to do so.
65. Under the Data Protection Act 1998, certain information provided to E2E by the Member may not be disclosed to us to any third party without the Member’s written consent. There may be circumstances where you may require services provided by third parties. For these purposes, you hereby authorise E2E to release such information as may be necessary for that third party to deliver such services to you.
66. Otherwise, we agree that in relation to any personal data you may provide to E2E in the course of our work, we shall act as data processors and shall process such data in accordance with your instructions and keep such information confidential and secure.
67. In signing the Proposal or by signing up to a Premium Membership the Member also confirms that it/they are willing to receive unsolicited marketing material from E2E. Please contact your engagement Director at E2E should you not wish to receive any such materials.

  1. For the avoidance of doubt, if during any type of event or meeting arranged by E2E, a Member of E2E makes a connection with another Member, Investor, Non-Executive Director or any guest to the event, this will be considered as an introduction from E2E.

70.This Proposal will be subject to the law of the country in the UK in which the engagement director resides, as identified in the Proposal unless we agree with you that any other law should apply. The applicable courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction in relation to any claim, dispute or difference concerning the Proposal and any matter arising from it. Each party irrevocably waives any right it may have to object to an action being brought in these courts, to claim that the action has been brought in an inconvenient forum, or to claim that those courts do not have jurisdiction.
71. If any provision in these Terms and Conditions is or becomes invalid, illegal or unenforceable in any respect the remaining parts will remain in force and will not in any way be impaired.
72. The Member agrees not to solicit, either directly or indirectly (including by way of headhunter, employment agency, press advertisement or through related companies), any employee of E2E for the purpose of offering them full time, part time, temporary, or contract employment of any kind. In the event the Member offers employment to any member of E2E’s staff, and that employee chooses to leave E2E as a result of the offer received, the Member agrees to pay to E2E a sum which is the greater of £50,000 or 20% of the total employment cost of that member of staff. This condition shall remain in full force both during and for a period of six months after the end of the most recent contract with the Member and applies to all E2E staff whether involved in contracts with the Member or not. Upon receipt of the employee’s resignation, E2E will issue an invoice to the Member and that invoice will be paid in accordance with E2E’s standard terms and conditions.

E2E T&C July 2022

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