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Alumni Interview - Iain Stirling of Arbikie

Tell us about Arbikie:

Can you sum up the company in less than 10 words?

Single-estate distiller of super-premium, farm to bottle spirits.

What motivated you to start up Arbikie? 459 more words


How To Be A Great Founder By Reid Hoffman (Founder Of LinkedIn)

Do you have a dream of being your own boss? Have you been thinking lately about starting something and seeing it grow and flourish? Be it a small business, social enterprise, fashion label, recording studio, restaurant outlet, school, just name it. 88 more words


GUEST BLOG: Are you freelance curious?

 Guest blog written by Kerri-Ann Hockley from PolicyBee.

All change

The problem with university is that, at some point, it has to end. Sooner or later you’ll be ditching the all-nighters and packing your bags for jobsville. 578 more words


Startups & Technology come to the help- Of People & Terrorists

Two weeks ago we saw the deadly attack on Paris and closer home (India) the havoc caused by Chennai rains. While Facebook activated its Safety Check feature for the Paris attacks, Uber and Air BnB came out to help people travel to safer places and find a place to stay. 327 more words


Senyor Ham |A Fil-Mex Fusion

We went to a bank’s event during the weekend for nachos (yes, only for nachos). This start-up business was a surfeit hit during that event- everything was sold-out at 6pm. 148 more words

Suzanne Noble - Gender Equality Week | Virgin Startup Loans

I met Suzanne Noble, London-based entrepreneur and creator of app Frugl, in Spring 2015 through the Entrepreneur Academe network I support.

Initially part of the previous years cohort, she joined us to review the excitingly large number of applicants, from female founded tech start ups, looking to become investment ready. 37 more words