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The best things in life aren't things [next Happy Startups meetup announced]

From: Happy S.
Sent on: Tuesday, April 28, 2015 4:34 PM

Hi everyone

Just thought I'd draw your attention to our next London meetup with our Happy Startup School community - yep, we're back in the game, hosting the first of several meetups in London again. Join us in London's official Happy Café on the 14th May. If you're in the area, you won't wanna miss this.

Take a look at what we've got planned for the evening and RSVP on our Happy Startup School meetup page...

Stuffocation - the power of living more with less Thurs 14th May, Canvas Café, 6.30-9pm

At this event you'll hear from the founders of The Happy Startup School about their vision for this community and your part in it, followed by our guest for the evening, James Wallman, who'll be talking Stuffocation – the power of living more with less – and what this means for individuals and businesses alike.

Based on his acclaimed book, James will explain why we've had enough of stuff and need experience more than ever — and what that means for the future.

We have more stuff than we could ever need – clothes we don’t wear, kit we don’t use, and toys we don’t play with. But having everything we thought we wanted isn’t making us happier. It’s bad for the planet. It’s cluttering up our homes. It’s making us feel ‘stuffocated’ and stressed – and it might even be killing us.

Schedule for the evening:

6.30pm Arrival, networking, drinks

7.00pm Introduction from Laurence McCahill and Carlos Saba (founders of The Happy Startup School)

7.30pm James Wallman / Stuffocation

8pm Questions for James

8.10pm Small group discussions

8.30pm Networking

9pm Close

RSVP here ››




Another for the diary....Growth hacking and full stack marketing for startups June 11th, 9.30am-6pm

Our friends Patrick Vlaskovits and Casey Armstrong are bringing a full-day growth hacking workshop to Rainmaking Loft and you should be a part of it.


Patrick and Casey promise to teach you the fundamentals of full-stack marketing and growth-hacking. After this workshop, you will be able to successfully navigate most online marketing challenges like figuring out where to start, how to acquire the right customers, and most importantly, make money!

Here's a sample of what the Full-Stack Marketing and Growth Hacking Workshop will cover:

  • Growth hacks nobody else talks about

  • Psychology and why you must start there

  • Partnerships and how they can pay off both short- and long-term

  • SEO and why the fundamentals will take you so far

Get your tickets now as the price goes up as the event approaches. Visit the eventbrite page to secure your place.


And finally... We’ll be closing the doors to our Home School program until we run it next in October. If you’d like to give your startup the best chance of success, join our community and learn how to build a happy, thriving business. It takes just 2 mins to apply and we’ll let you know within 24 hours whether you’ve been accepted – visit for more info.

Talk soon,

Fiona & the folks at the Happy Startup School / Spook Studio


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