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💡Issue #165: Incredible Health, Founder Gym 10 & Ghana's Meltwater

Last week, I enjoyed speaking at the Ellora Hair launch. A EU competitor to Mayvenn, drop shipping ha

Andy Ayim on Minorities in Tech

September 16 · Issue #165 · View online
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Last week, I enjoyed speaking at the Ellora Hair launch. A EU competitor to Mayvenn, drop shipping hair for stylists and their clients.
Finally wrapped up the final episode of a podcast I will be cohosting called Founder Clinic which we will release in October (so much fun).
Started using my Whatsapp for Business line for Open Hours where I help founders 1-1 with their business challenges via whatsapp.

Personal support as I can never meet up with everyone who reaches out!!
Council Post: Six Lessons Learned From Investing In Entrepreneurial Startup Diversity
Nigerian online-only bank startup Kuda raises $1.6M – TechCrunch
Masterclass – Founder Gym
Jeff Bezos - Regret Minimization Framework
Meet the Graduates of Founder Gym’s Cohort 10 - FounderGym
Are you trying to build diverse teams? - Sandra Kpodar - Medium
Incredible Health’s hiring platform for nurses gets $15M led by Andreessen Horowitz
How to Create a Positive Work Environment That Promotes Mental Health
Unit Economics: CLTV, CAC and cohorts - StartupTools
Minority Founders Can Work In Central London For Free Thanks To Google Grants
Ghana's Meltwater, Africa’s Largest Tech Incubator, Backs 11 Startups With $100K Investments
Thursday 26 September 2019 – Scale up with Atomico
Why The Importance Of Black Startup Accelerators Cannot Be Emphasized Enough
Indeed – How Does Race Impact Employment?
RWE First Thursdays: FAIL TO SCALE with Emoov and Grabble Founders Tickets, Thu 3 Oct 2019 at 18:30
“I make £10,000 a month running online courses – here’s how you can do the same”
People of Colour in Financial Innovation
Check out the Change Catalyst Impact Report
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