This Thursday we talked again with six founders at ADI.Clinic.
Most memorable comment from one founder: “I don't understand why this company I worked for raised US$1m from Y Combinator when I can build the app for NZ$5k and have 30x the social media followers.” Smiles all around! □
We're adding another language to our team, Swedish, Shark Tank Swedish. So reckon Andy, Glen and Rudi after talking with John who has been a regular at ADI.
Jag har misslyckats om och om igen i livet och det är därför jag lyckas. • “I’ve failed over and over and over again in life and that is why I have succeeded.”
As always though, if any Flying Kiwi Angels know of any reason why this one should not join our group now is the time to speak up! Email the Board in confidence
For the record, Swedish cars may be safe but German cars are better!
From the New York Times. About mousetraps and the ethics of killing rats.
Flying Kiwi Angels? Team Players! None like any other, unless badly photoshopped! The photo was taken recently during MIEA's Auckland session.
Catch MIEA's 1st Wellington event on 16 March. Register!
What's an investor? What type of investor are you? What type of investor are you looking for? Some answers HERE!
Pixie Curtis is 11 and has created a multimillion-dollar business with a little help from her mum. Read more! Looks like one we missed. But trust Andy to know what to do! He will forthwith also be scouting for founder talent in kindergartens.