Business Breakfast feat. Andreas Hansson, Partner at SoftBank Investment Advisers

Welcome to this roundtable discussion with Andreas Hansson, Partner at SoftBank Investment Advisers, on the future of investments in tech. 

Andreas Hansson is a Partner in the investment team at SoftBank Investment Advisers. He received an MSc in computer science and engineering from Lund Institute of Technology, Sweden, in 2005. The same year he joined Philips Research as part of an industrial PhD in electrical engineering. In 2009 he graduated, cum laude, from Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands. He then joined Arm Ltd, UK, where he held various leadership positions in the research organisation and commercial operations. In 2015 he became a technical adviser to the Executive Vice President and later also the CTO, leading a number of activities around technology exploration and incubation in the Arm executive team. He was seconded to SoftBank Investment Advisers in 2017 and joined as an investor in 2018. 


08.00 Registration, networking and coffee
08.30 Sit down and welcome by Chair
09.30 End of roundtable and networking until 10.00

Breakfast will be served.

About the Business Breakfast

The SCC’s Business Breakfasts bring together tailored and differently composed, intimate groups for interactive roundtable discussions and great speakers. The format is informal and under Chatham House Rule.

Booking information

Please register your interest to attend this event. Participant lists are curated with the theme of each Business Breakfast in mind, for all attendees to get the most out of the discussions. You will be notified if your seat has been confirmed. Payment will be made upon confirmation. By booking, members pay £25 and non-members pay £75.

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Business Breakfast feat. Andreas Hansson, Partner at SoftBank Investment Advisers

20 May, 8:00am - 10:00am

TBC, London

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