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💡Issue #134: Color in Tech, QBVP & Andela

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Had a catch with Forward Partners this week, the Founders Programme is well suited for people with an
 

Andy Ayim on Minorities in Tech

January 28 · Issue #134 · View online
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Had a catch with Forward Partners this week, the Founders Programme is well suited for people with an initial idea who need help building and MVP and learning how to create a crisp pitch deck, build a product, test with customers and gain traction. 5 weeks commitment for 1 hour after work with possible investment of £200K for your idea!

Similarly Color in Tech have a programme that is FREE and takes no equity and will run for 4 weeks after work. Applications shut soon and the first session is on Feb 19th at Microsoft reactor space in Shoreditch.

FROM THE STARTUPS 🚀
Career Journey from Heritage and Privilege to Life at Backstage
How Getting Fired From My Own Company By VC's Taught Me To Start Again Without Them...
Andela’s latest $100 million funding round is led by a former US vice president
Good ol' boys network, meet black girl magic: Black, female entrepreneurs are changing Silicon Valley
FROM THE INVESTORS 💸
How To Be Successful - Sam Altman (YC)
Nas/Queensbridge Venture Partners' PlutoTV Bought by Viacom for $340M
Episode 60: The Entrepreneur's Entrepreneur w/ Dirk - Founder Of Hatch Enterprise by Rice At Home
Announcing the Blueprint Project for Founders of Color in New York City
Product Hunt Radio: Rethinking the traditional VC model with Bryce of Indie.VC
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT 👩🏿‍💻
Black Ticket Project's Tobi Kyeremateng: 'Theatre is what I love but it has a history of neglecting my stories'
MIT researchers: Amazon's Rekognition shows gender and ethnic bias
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