Tim Barnes has managed large and small organisations in the private and public sectors ranging from universities to venture capital firms. He has led start-up companies, charities, political campaigns and public bodies. Tim’s background experience includes working as an investment manager at a pan-European investment firm focused on early-stage technology ventures and as a management consultant at one of the world’s largest professional services firms. He is currently a Trustee of the National Association of College and University Entrepreneurs (NACUE) and a Non-Executive Director of Exemplas, a consultancy and programme delivery company.
“I have managed large and small organisations in the private and public sectors ranging from universities to venture capital firms. I now run The Rain Gods, which was founded in 2016 including the Rain Cloud Westminster incubator. Prior to that, as Head of UCL Enterprise Operations, I was responsible for the University’s business engagement activities. I have also worked with early-stage technology ventures for universities and as an investment manager and founded the globally successful Citrus Saturday, a non-profit enterprise driving entrepreneurial ambition in school-age children. I am a UCL graduate, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and in 2014 was awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise Promotion”.
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