Frank Meehan addressed the Entrepreneurship Society in the Egerton Room, sharing his top-tips for aspiring entrepreneurs at Eton. He has been a part of some of the most successful start-ups, including Spotify, Siri and Summly, and so gave an enlightening talk on what it takes to start a competitive business. He discussed his work with Nick D'Aloisio, currently in his last year at KCS Wimbledon, and how he was able to become a highly successful entrepreneur, creating Summly, which this March was sold to Yahoo for $30 million. The lesson: young entrepreneurs can be highly successful, so long as they are blessed with the determination required.