Paul Bailey selected in Maserati 100 index of top UK entrepreneurs - 22/02/16❰ Back
Paul Bailey, Founding Partner & Managing Director of Bailey Fisher Executive Search has been selected as one of the Maserati 100 list of Britain’s most successful entrepreneurs in the Sunday Times alongside other entrepreneurs either based in Cambridge or with strong connections to the UK’s leading science and technology cluster. They include Hermann Hauser, Alex van Someren, Jon Bradford, Hanadi Jabado and Karan Bilimoria.
The Cambridge entrepreneurs have been selected in the second annual Maserati 100 index, which recognises philanthropists, business leaders, mentors and advisors who are giving their time and resource to support the next generation of young entrepreneurs.
Paul is a mentor and speaker at the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning, Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge; and sits on the steering committee of IdeaSpace, a co-working space for entrepreneurs. He advises NESTA on impact investment, for life-changing innovation run by outstanding entrepreneurs, and co-founded, sponsored and supported the Perse Enterprise Conference. Paul has been a mentor to many start-ups and early stage businesses in the Cambridge community. He is also on the board of Cambridge Ahead. Paul is Founding Partner & Managing Director of Bailey Fisher Executive Search, an independent executive search firm specialising in building the boards and leadership teams for technology and life science companies.
Maserati and the Centre for Entrepreneurs announced the second annual Maserati 100 index in the Sunday Times on 21 February 2016. See the 2016 Maserati 100 index
Hermann Hauser and Alex van Someren are both with Amadeus Capital Partners, the Cambridge VC fund but have strong track records as serial entrepreneurs.
Jon Bradford launched the Springboard programme in Cambridge and heads up Techstars. Hanadi Jabado is director of the Accelerate Cambridge initiative at Cambridge Judge Business School. Lord Bilimoria is chairman of the advisory board at Cambridge Judge and recently launched a new technology business in the city – a new photo sharing app branded PictoSo.
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