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💡Issue #155: Harlem . Capital, Stormzy & Culture at Cannes

Yesterday I was fortunate to judge and help select the winning teams from One Tech's 3 day hackathon,

Andy Ayim on Minorities in Tech

July 1 · Issue #155 · View online
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Yesterday I was fortunate to judge and help select the winning teams from One Tech’s 3 day hackathon, who won cash prizes and got onto a 6 week pre-accelerator called FoundersDoor with YSYS.
Also enjoyed Women of Silicon Roundabout last week. Amazing turnout and met some inspiring founders.
Next week, looking forward to delivering a working on Getting Started with Agile for Future Startup Now, MSDUK’s strategy day and the final Celebration event for Backstage Capital.
Have a great week and let me know if I can help you cause a ruckus!

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