Futureneering is run by a management team with many years of experience advising technology oriented businesses.
In addition to our core team, we work with a professional team of expert associates.
Carol is a life science consultant having worked with some of the leading companies and investors in the life science sector.
Carol was a founder in 2006 of 4D Biomedical Ltd, an advisory business set up to help companies and investors, with a management team that worked together over the last fifteen years establishing some of the UK’s most successful bio-ventures.
Carol previously led the Transaction Support practice at Cambridge Consultants where she worked for a range of investors and companies. In this role, Carol managed the preparation of several Expert Reports for companies seeking listing on the LSE or AIM. In addition, Carol was responsible for consulting activities in Therapeutics working with a range of biotech and pharmaceutical clients.
Carol joined Cambridge Consultants in 2000 from Merlin Biosciences, the specialist biotechnology venture capital group. At Merlin, Carol was Investment Executive with responsibilities including investment appraisal and business planning. She was closely involved with a number of early stage portfolio companies such as Ark, ReNeuron, Vectura and Arakis, working with the founding scientists to develop business plans for first and second round financing.
Prior to joining Merlin, Carol was Group Leader of Microbial Technology at Chiroscience plc, a company applying chiral approaches to pharmaceutical development.
Carol has a first class honours degree in Biochemistry from Brunel University and an MBA from the Judge Business School at Cambridge University.
Charles is an experienced consultant with a background as an engineer, and has worked for clients in a wide range of industries. His work typically involves supporting decisions related to investments in technology oriented businesses, particularly in the materials, energy and engineering sectors.
Previously he worked as a Senior Consultant in the Innovation and Technology Management practice of Sagentia Ltd (formerly called Scientific Generics Ltd), where his work involved technology strategy, business development and support for financial transactions in technology oriented businesses.
Prior to this he was a Manager in Arthur D. Little’s Technology Practice, based in Cambridge, UK, where he was involved in numerous investment decisions, typically providing technology, commercial and market due diligence on investments in technology-oriented businesses.
He joined Cambridge Consultants Ltd in 1987, where he worked in a variety of project support roles on diverse technology development projects, encompassing telecoms, consumer products, healthcare and radar.
Charles took a thin sandwich degree in Mechanical/Production Engineering at Brunel University, graduating in 1982. He was sponsored throughout the course by Petters Ltd, manufacturers of small industrial diesels, where he worked on graduation. He later joined Fairey Hydraulics Ltd, designers and manufacturers of aerospace servo-control systems.
Charles is an Associate Member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and a member of the Electrochemical Society.
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