Kami #02 won in the under $1,000,000 turnover category. Wherewolf #12 got close and will likely do so in 2018. Aisleworx #03 was a finalist in the next bigger category. Great black tie awards night with the new American ambassador and our NZ Finance Minister and other dignitaries in attendance. Whilst the MC Rachel Smalley was generous with jokes about local politics including the child planning debate, there was a distinct absence of jibes at Trump. Maybe, not entirely surprising given the diplomatic organisers?
Our CCH Rudi enjoyed free flowing champagne at his table with two category winners Kami #02 and KLP aka the Kiwi Landing Pad who each received and opened a magnum bottle. Whilst FKAngels are more active than most, we still enjoy the vicarious success of our founders, and will enjoy with them the final fruits of success that come with exit.
Congrats to Hengjie, Alliv and Jordan Now with over 3,500,000 users
Campbell Scott was part of the Wherewolf DD team, is investing, and has spoken with Charlie J, Phil S and Rudi B. All feel there is a good fit. FKAngels, any reason Campbell should not join our group?
If know of any skeletons in his closet or otherwise that speak against Campbell joining, now is the time to speak up. In strict confidence, please email the FKA directors.
Our CHH Rudi was going to give everyone a bollocking over not getting off their proverbial and booking the AANZ Exit workshop, after all, who doesn't want to exit. Only then he realised that it was HE who had failed to advertise the course.
EXIT workshop 15/16/17 August in AKL/TRG/WLG ☞ BOOK NOW
More on the summit here.
You should go and book here!
FKAngels Garth (pictured) and Rudi had only one booking. What made it a veritable graveyard shift was the fact that this startup was all about death, funeral, the departed and the pain of their family.
Strong interest from funeral directors!
We have a new look website for www.ADI.Clinic CHECK IT OUT! Also, we had our first ADI.Cinic in Takapuna this Wednesday.