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Inside the Financial Times Triathlon
Posted by: Editor
Posted on: Friday 14th March 2014


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On Thursday we attended the launch of the Financial Times Triathlon, a new industry triathlon, fundraising and networking event supporting Impetus – The Private Equity Foundation (Impetus-PEF) and in association with BVCA.

The event will take place on 13th September this year at Eton Dorney and will see will see individuals and families from the private equity, venture capital and associated industries competing, networking and fundraising for Impetus-PEF.

Impetus-PEF is committed to transforming the lives of children and young people trapped in poverty in the UK. They provide a valuable package of money, business expertise and management support to innovative charities and social enterprises helping children and young people to succeed at school, and to find and keep jobs.

At the launch we spoke to Nick Rusling, CEO or event organisers Human Race about the establishment of this new industry event, and also to Daniela Barone Soares, the CEO Impetus - Private Equity Foundation, about their work and involvement as official charity partner to the Financial Times Triathlon

Nick Rusling - CEO of Human Race

Daniela Barone Soares - CEO Impetus - Private Equity Foundation

For more information or to enter the event visit www.humanrace.co.uk/FTtriathlon

Financial Times Triathlon


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