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💡 Issue #99: My catch up with Arlan & EF team building comes to and end

Last week it was great catching up with Foundervine and hosting Arlan Hamilton at EF as well as Offic

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May 28 · Issue #99 · View online
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Last week it was great catching up with Foundervine and hosting Arlan Hamilton at EF as well as Office Hours at 23 Code Street.
This week the first phase of the Entrepreneur First (EF) accelerator comes to a close and we submit our investment case for pre-seed investment (wish me luck!).
Attending the BVCA Diversity Forum which provided insight into actionable steps VCs in the UK are taking to normalise the industry.
This week, looking forward to hearing from Stripe CEO and cofounder, Patrick Collison as well as joining VCs and Founders in panel discussion at EF to discuss: How to break into the startup world.


Arlan Hamilton's Office Hours @ 23 Code Street Arlan Hamilton's Office Hours @ 23 Code Street
Rich thread here by the CEO of Circle Up on mental wellness and being a venture backed CEO 
Ryan Caldbeck
1/ I believe there are things that CEOs almost universally feel, but are afraid to talk about, making this journey as a CEO lonelier and less healthy. I recently had an amazing dialogue with some other CEOs about these topics. I wanted to broaden the conversation publicly.
4:14 PM - 27 May 2018
Incubator East London
StartUp S7E4 Reaction | Backstage Capital
Exclusive: 10 British VCs To Start Sharing Diversity Data On All The Startups They Meet
Entrepreneur First
"If you feel that what you are working on today has to exist five years from today, with or without you, then you should keep doing it." Thank you to @ArlanWasHere for wise words to our cohort around her drive and motivation. | @AndysHVC
2:25 PM - 25 May 2018
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