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Simple Invoicing Convinces London Met Business Plan Judges

Written by on April 19, 2011

Julie and Uwe
Julie Meyer and Uwe Dreissigacker

In December 2010 we entered the London Met Business Plan Competition which is organised by Accelerator London and Find Invest Grow. We submitted our business plan two weeks ago and pitched in front of a panel of experienced judges last week.

The judges were:

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  • Fraser Doherty (CEO of SuperJam)
  • Kerrie Doorman (Business Mentor)
  • Richard Celm (Manager of Accelerator London Incubator)
  • Cetin Suleyman (Partner at accounting firm Goodman Jones LLP)
  • Peter Rogul (Partner at accounting firm Goodman Jones LLP)

On Wednesday our Managing Director Uwe Dreissigacker received the Grand Prize of £2,500 in cash and £2,500 in support from Accelerator London at the awards ceremony which was hosted by serial entrepreneur Julie Meyer.

Uwe Dreissigacker said after the event: “It was a great experience being in the business plan competition of London Met and the Accelerator London. I learnt valuable skills and met interesting people along my way. It helped to improve the experience our customers have when using our simple online-invoicing software and made Invoiceberry even simpler and easier to use. It was a fun process with difficult tasks, but in the end it was all worth it!”

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