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The Week In Entrepreneurship 1st April 2019












·         Number of UK scale-ups hits record high (Fresh Business Thinking covers ScaleUp Institute and ONS research)

·         Investing in random group of startups secures better returns than firms backed by Dragons’ Den stars (CityAM covers Syndicate Room research)

·         Microsoft gives 500 patents to startups (Techcrunch)

·         Paths to scale: Finance lessons from European entrepreneurs (Nesta report)

·         Tech Nation announces its Future Fifty cohorts for 2019 (UK Tech News)




·         The Internet needs new rules. Let’s start in these four areas (Mark Zuckerberg)

·         Investing in disability tech startups (Rohan Silva, co-founder, Second Home)

·         School’s not out – Britain must become a nation of lifelong learners (Dr Vince Cable MP, leader, Liberal Democrats and Rajay Naik, chief executive, Keypath     Education and chair, Lifelong Learning Commission)

·         VCs are exploiting underrepresented people to solve their diversity problems (Anisah Osman Britton, founder, 23 Code Street and director, Backstage Capital)

·         How British startups are bucking the Brexit gloom (John Buni, co-founder and CEO, CleanCloud and Tailor Made London)

·         Go back to the drawing board and help UK businesses become top of the class (Tony Danker, chief executive, Be the Business)

·         What makes a successful startup team (Eva de Mol, partner, CapitalIT)

·         Actually, I want to hand over even more of my personal data to big tech (Mark Sullivan, senior writer, Fast Company)


























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