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💡Issue #169: My New eBook, BHM Events & The Stormzy Effect

Released my new ebook last week and feel overwhelmed by the response and sales so far (thank you). Ho

Andy Ayim on Minorities in Tech

October 14 · Issue #169 · View online
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Released my new ebook last week and feel overwhelmed by the response and sales so far (thank you). Honestly believe we are in an age where it is more important than ever to develop a personal brand as the first page of Google becomes your new CV and this book provides actionable steps for you to be proactive.
You can purchase it here: and feel free to share any reviews or comments with me by replying to this newsletter.
Also attending the Black History Month celebration at 10 Downing Street as well as starting to teach my daughter potty training 😊
Introduced two new sections to my newsletter based on feedback, jobs and events.

Breaking Into New Careers
anthony ware 🧠
.@AndysHVC is a master on this topic. Def buy this for yourself or share with someone that you know needs it. 💪🏾🧠💰
Andy is and has been a great source of advice for my career plans. Would definitely recommend this to anyone with itchy feet!
The Future of Working for Millennials
The Insane World of VCs, Softbank, WeWork, Uber & Lyft (w/ Josh Wolfe and Michael Green)
Business Launchpad
London Growth Hub
'We're no country bumpkins': Meet the couple who bought Thomas Cook
Ann Miura-Ko Jam Session - Oct 15
How VC Can Help More Women Get Ahead
7 tips for cold-emailing investors – Elizabeth Yin
The Elusive $1 Billion Fund That’s Rattled Venture Capital
My New Book, Why I Wrote It, and Where the Money Will Go - Andreessen Horowitz
The Passion Economy and the Future of Work - Andreessen Horowitz
Black Leaders – Deloitte MCN Black History Month Celebration 2019 Tickets, Wed 30 Oct 2019 at 18:00
Google Event: For The Culture
Fireside Chat : Scott Kupor, managing partner at Andreessen Horowitz - TechHub
Backed - Jobs: Venture Associate - Apply online
The Maisie Hylton Fellowship
Apply to win a scholarship to Startup Grind's Global 2020 Conference2020
What the programme involves
Cambridge University: 'Stormzy effect' helps rise in black students
Men Agree That Gender Diversity Is Important on Boards—But They're Sick of Hearing About It
From emperors to inventors: the unsung heroes to celebrate in Black History Month
Five Years of Tech Diversity Reports—and Little Progress | WIRED
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