Talk about "And now for something completely different..."! What a refreshing change to have Amir and Jonathan speak from the heart and not from a pre-prepared script about what they are truly passionate about. Loved the way they shot down some of the same ,bland, tired and trite questions from a few old-school thinking audience members.
Luke's talk was also very entertaining, even though what BuzzFeed is doing is not really game changing.
Really glad I attended and well done to the organisers for putting on a great event in a quality venue and also kudos to all those who speed pitched their startups. Particularly like what Import.io are doing.
Looking forward to the next one.
3 · April 26
Had a great time! Shame we only got 3 minutes to pitch as we wanted to share a lot more with you lovely people, but it was fab anyway, thanks to Joanna and the committee and we look forward to seeing you again next month, keep up to date by signing up to the mailing list at www.findingsatoshi.info and come find us on facebook at facebook.com/findingsatoshi and twitter @findingsatoshi :) Thanks!!
2 · April 25
This may not be the appropriate place so apologies if this offends anybody, but we are looking for a Co-Founder and where better to find talent.
About Us - we are developing a new platform that aims to disrupt the legal sector. Unlike many start-ups, we have already fostered a customer base and have earlyevangelist users for the platform having pre-sold the concept based on its proposed features. We now require an entrepreneurial CTO Founding Partner to help build an MVP.
There are two main reasons we would like a Founding Partner CTO rather than hiring programmers. Firstly, we are strong believers that the value of any business is in its team. Secondly, we are acutely aware of the need to keep the intellectual property of the platform in-house rather than outsourcing (having had VC investors already express an interest in the platform).
If you’re interested in the challenge (or know someone who is), get in touch ([masked])
0 · April 20
We're paying £160 for a 2-3 hour in-home interview next week in London (24- 26 April 2013). Applications close tomorrow.
We want to talk to people who are making, hacking and developing tech for fun. We'd like to find out about your lives, opinions, what creativity means to you, how you would describe or see your identity along with a few other conversation areas. It's very informal and we work in quite a creative way so it should be quite fun! The project is to help inspire some designers we're working with.
To apply click here: http://thesensenetwork.com/proj...
Contact Maria for more details [masked]
0 · April 18