Opening night at The Bedford -09/10/12
Tuesday 09.10.2012 19:30
Venue : The Bedford, 77 Bedford Hill, Balham, London SW12 9HD
Category : Gig/concert
Join us at our opening night - it's going to be lots of fun with acts including Elsie, Lilygreen and Maguire, Robert Vincent, Linn Oberg and Bim plus Natalie introduced by our affiliated charity, Kids Company.
Natalie Mitchell is a 24 year old mother of two who found Kids Company 3 years ago. Natalie will be accompanied by Ollie Chubb.
Has worked with Kids Company for the last four years heading up the music department. Roles include overseeing music at the Kids Company centres that are providing music as a form of therapy, education and working closely with the talented young people providing artist development. Sasha sources opportunities within the music industry and organises music events as a way of fundraising. Events include Coldplay, Tinie Tempah and Emeli Sande at the O2, the BBC Proms Horrible Histories where she created a 150 kids choir, from the children supported by Kids Company, to perform at the Royal Albert Hall and has begun working with the amazing Red Bull Music Studios.
City Showcase is very grateful to sponsors Robertson Taylor Insurance Brokers and Nutmeg.
Director and Chief Executive Officer
Following a business degree at Exeter University, Nick worked at Barclays for six years in areas of product, banking and wealth management. Nick was a Divisional Director at Brewin Dolphin and has an MBA from Stanford University.
Nutmeg (www.nutmeg.com) is the first investment manager to offer professional portfolios for individuals of almost any levels of wealth.
Backed by well-known investors and regulated by the FSA, Nutmeg is built round the modern customer’s needs, giving them total control over their portfolio with minimum hassle. Nutmeg’s experienced investment team builds and manages diversified, discretionary portfolios on behalf of its customers, whether they have £100 or £100 million. All users have to do is set their risk level, their timeframe and their contributions (with a minimum of just £100 a month or a lump sum of £1,000). They can also open and transfer ISAs, start as many funds as they like and top up, withdraw or transfer their money at any point.
Nutmeg recently announced that it successfully raised £3.4m ($5.3m) in venture capital funding. The funding was led by UK-based venture capitalists Pentech and Daniel Aegerter, the Swiss chairman of Armada Investment Group. Other investors include Tim Draper, an early investor in Skype and Hotmail, and Klaus Hommels, a board member of Spotify.