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💡Issue #135: Africa focused VCs, ATL & UK Innovation

Last week I released My Product Management Toolkit open source for all to enjoy. It is a Trello Board

Andy Ayim on Minorities in Tech

February 4 · Issue #135 · View online
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Last week I released My Product Management Toolkit open source for all to enjoy. It is a Trello Board where I have curated the most popular tools I use when creating and developing software products as a non technical operator. All feedback is welcome.
Considering creating a 6 week course after working hours to provide a step by step in going from idea to MVP to first 10 customers and sharing all the funding routes available between bootstrapping and VC. Let me know if you would be interested in this (shortlisting potential attendees).
Visited my secondary school last week to speak to the Year 12s on pathways into startups and tech (picture here).

A New Generation of Black Founders Is Rising in Atlanta--and the Startup World Is Taking Notice
Black Innovation Thrives in the UK Despite Low Minority Representation in Tech
This woman has launched a discount card specifically to promote black-owned businesses
Munchery: How a venture-backed startup swindled a group of women and minority owned companies out of over $50,000 and is getting away with it
Mellody Hobson thinks too many all-white, all-male companies are committing “corporate suicide” - Recode
Partech closes $143 million fund for African startups | VentureBeat
EVENT: Celebrating failure
Celebrating failure: my biggest business mistake and how it helped me succeed - Balderton Capital, London, 14 February 2019, 2.00pm - 5.00pm
For every entrepreneur, failure is part of the journey to success. The Royal Academy of Engineering’s Enterprise Hub is partnering with Balderton Capital for an event exploring how to turn business mistakes into opportunity. Speakers including Dr Eric Mayes from EndoMag and Pip Jamieson from the Dots will share their stories of being knocked down, and how they got back up again. Register here
guest post: when a dream becomes responsibility / leon mayne | tiata fahodzi
Robert F. Smith '94: "Be an expert at your craft."
Dreaming Of A Career In Tech? Here's How To Get Hired
Board of Directors 2018 - Black Enterprise
Royal Academy of Engineering CEO on Inclusion, Diversity in Engineering Industry – Bloomberg
Black Studies in the City Course
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