CONNECT: Implementing Tax Measures that Incentivise Business Development

Oct 6, 2018


About session

Efficient and effective tax systems play a major role in incentivising, entrepreneurs and investors to operate in a specific country. SEIS and EIS has been launched in the UK and over the past few years many entrepreneurs and investors have benefited from the scheme, but not as many as you would think. Experts discuss what works and what doesn’t while an entrepreneur and investor will share their experience.

  • Andre Quintanilha

    Co-founder & COO, Gartenzwerg Technologies


    Andre has a BSc. Industrial Engineering and over 10 years’ experience in management and strategy consulting, finance and operations having worked for Fortune 500 companies such as Accenture and Nissan in Brazil and US. In 2014, Andre moved to Shanghai (China) for his MBA, where after facing food poisoning, food scandals and extreme pollution he

  • Maria Shiao

    Business Angel and Advisor


    Angel investor, advisor and consultant to technology startups and their growth ecosystem.   Her investment portfolio covers a broad range of technologies and verticals, with particular predilection for enterprise SaaS and IoT. For more than 20 years, Maria developed new businesses and markets for leading telecoms and IT companies such as AT&T, IBM (Next Gen

  • Juanita Gonzalez-Uribe

    Assistant professor in finance, London School of Economics


    Juanita Gonzalez-Uribe is an assistant professor at the London School of Economics (LSE). Her research focuses on entrepreneurship, private equity and innovation. Her work has won several prizes including the Kauffman Dissertation Award (2012), the Coller Prize Award London (2013) and the Jaime Fernandez de Araoz Award (JFA, 2017). She has also won several grants for her research projects

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