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Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series
Publication date: Jan 22, 2013 10:40 AM
Start: Jan 24, 2013 05:15 PM
Raoul Tawadey - Founder of ReadWave
Each year, UCL's Department of Management Science and Innovation and UCL Advances organises a series of guest lectures from leading entrepreneurs and investors.
Raoul Tawadey is the the founder of ReadWave.com an online platform which enables authors to publish and distribute their ebooks on web and mobile. ReadWave aims to do for writers what SoundCloud and Youtube have done for musicians and filmmakers, respectively. ReadWave recently closed an angel funding round with investors who have been involved with companies like Skype, SongKick and LOVEFiLM. Raoul graduated from UCL in 2008 with a Bsc in Natural Sciences.