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Startup Microdose

Startup Microdose

Tune into a thought-provoking podcast on entrepreneurship. Each episode is an interview with a leading startup founder.

The Startup Microdose is a series of interviews with leading startup founders, unpacking their stories, opinions, quirks and wisdom. From billion dollar lawsuits to flow states and diversity...we discuss it all. Brought to you by hosts Oliver Jones & Ed Stephens.

Here are some of the latest episodes:

Rupert Hunt, Founder SpareRoom - How to Make or Break a Flatshare

Dr Jack Kreindler, Founder CHHP – Optimising Entrepreneurial Health & Performance

Pär Hedberg, Founder STING - Planting Sweden's Startup Fields of Gold

Nikolai Hack, Founder EXO Investing - The New Wealth Management-as-a-service Eco-system

Will Wells, Hummingbird Technologies - The Farms of the Future

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