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Newcastle University Business School Welcomes Goldman Brothers for Leadership Event

Entrepreneurs in the region have the opportunity to gain insight from two international finance and technology business leaders as part of a new series of leadership events from Newcastle University Business School.

Andrew Goldman, CEO of Tsemed, and Daniel Goldman, Owner of Goldrock Capital to the North East, will visit the Business School on Wednesday November 30, 2016, for the Entrepreneur or Intrepreneur event. The series of events is aimed at those who want to find out more about how global leaders drive business through innovation, particularly in today’s turbulent business climate.

Entrepreneur or Intrepreneur will discuss why and how marketing, teamwork and viability are essential for successful entrepreneurship.

Andrew and Daniel Goldman are the sons of David Goldman, co-founder, CEO and Chairman of Sage Group Plc, the North-East headquartered global software giant. Following in the footsteps of their father, they are committed to the educational development of entrepreneurial talent and have a wealth of experience in their chosen fields.

Andrew Goldman started his career at Price Waterhouse Consulting and, in 2008, following more than two decade of commercial software and systems development experience, he founded Tsemed, a strategic software development and consulting company in Israel.

Daniel Goldman has over 17 years' experience in private equity and investment fund portfolios. He founded Goldrock Capital in 1998, which assists families in the management of their affairs and financial assets.

The event takes place from 5-7pm in the Newcastle University Business School Partners' Room

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published on: 29 November 2016