Anne Glover (venture capitalist)
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Anne Margaret Glover, CBE HonFREng (born 6 February 1954), is CEO and co-founder of Amadeus Capital Partners, a venture capital firm that invests in European high-technology companies. Prior to founding Amadeus in 1997, she was with Apax Partners & Company Ventures, where she was a member of the investment team. She also has experience as a business angel, investing in UK-based information technology start-ups. Glover has also had significant operating experience with Virtuality Group plc, where she was COO of the virtual reality peripherals company.
She is a former chairman of the British Venture Capital Association (BVCA), which represents approximately 165 UK-based private equity and venture capital firms. She is also on the Technology Strategy Board of the UK's Department of Trade and Industry.
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