Welcome to The Scaleups Sessions!
Below you will find some answers to our FAQs. To secure your ticket for the Scaleup Session on Tuesday 16 June 2015 please click here.
What is a scale-up company?
As described in Sherry Coutu CBE’s Scale-up Report, a scale-up is an “enterprise with average annualised growth in employees (or in turnover) greater than 20% a year over a three-year period, and with 10 or more employees at the beginning of the observation period”.
What are The Scaleups Sessions events?
The Scaleups Sessions are a series of events created by the publishers of Startups.co.uk and Growing Business. Starting in June 2015, the events will address the key challenges faced by scale-up companies aspiring to achieve their full potential. For more read our About Scaleups page.
Where will The Scaleups Sessions be held?
The venue for first of our Scaleups Sessions will be the exclusive London hotel Taj, 51 Buckingham Gate (formerly known as St. James’ Court, which opened in 1902) in the heart of Westminster. Served by St. James Park tube station, the Taj is within striking distance of Victoria and Waterloo stations.
How many people can attend The Scaleups Sessions?
This is an intimate and exclusive group with space for around 50 owner-managers of early-stage growth companies seeking to address the key challenges of growth.
Who will the attendees be?
CEOs, founders and owners of some of the UK’s most exciting and innovative young businesses.
When are The Scaleups Sessions being held?
Please see our Event Dates page.
Who are the speakers at The Scaleups Sessions?
Each event will have keynote and panel speakers, which will change for each event. To see who our speakers for upcoming events are, please go to our Speakers page.
How can I attend The Scaleups Sessions?
If you meet our minimum qualifying criteria, you can book your tickets via the site. Please see our How to Attend page.
Who are the sponsors of The Scaleups Sessions?
We are delighted to be able to name as our sponsors the award-winning accountancy firm for small and mid-sized companies haysmacintyre, the world’s largest online workplace Upwork, and global business software provider Exact, which operates in 15 countries. To read more about our supporters visit our Sponsors page.