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💡Issue #189: Mr Eazi, Master P and IWD

Attending AWS Startup Pitch event this week as well as International Women's Day Office Hours with On

Andy Ayim on Minorities in Tech

March 9 · Issue #189 · View online
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Attending AWS Startup Pitch event this week as well as International Women’s Day Office Hours with One Tech at Google for Startups.
Excited this week as I’ve selected the first cohort for The Angel Investing School which starts in April. Over 100 people have downloaded my latest ebook, WHY + WHO + You Framework, thank you for all the feedback so far.
PS. For more insights and useful learnings for founders, follow my Instagram: @Andyshvc.

Complex shares 8 Secrets to starting a successful streetwear brand with Mikey Trapstar. Lessons for all entrepreneurs here.
Black Enterprise share how Danielle Obe has designed a waterproof headscarf to encourage more black women to swim called Nemes.
Goldman Sachs launched The Black and Latinx Entrepreneur Cohort, which is an 8-week customized experience designed for founders to fast-track growth and build relationships with investors, top industry experts and startup advisors.
Heartcore released Consumer Technology Trends 2020, a 42-page report combining quantitative analysis of consumer tech in Europe along with their annual predictions.
Mr. Eazi will fund a new class of rising artists through emPawa30. Over 30K musicians have applied for the development and mentorship programme.
GV introduced The Impact List: celebrating 25 outstanding women, nominated by CEOs, who have made a difference to their company’s culture, innovation, and success for IWD 2020.
Teens in AI are running Girls in AI Hackathon on 7th - 8th March for 12-18 year olds interested in artificial intelligence.
Treasure Tress, the monthly subscription box for curly and kinky hair are hiring for a Community/Influencer Relationship Manager.
CMDTY are an early stage startup that is using technology and data science to create efficiencies in the trading and logistics of physical commodities. They are hiring for a Full Stack Engineer in London and remote senior software engineer.
The Guardian publish BAME millennials have less stable working lives than their white peers as Ethnic minority workforce in England is 47% more likely to be on a zero-hours contract.
Jamal Edwards, founder of SBTV sat down with Marc Randolph, Netflix co-founder & first CEO.
The Breakfast Club interviews Master P & Romeo Miller sharing insight on self wealth, family values and a rich conversation.
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