Our Friday Q&As
Being open means that you’re welcoming opportunities to learn and grow
What would be a startup ecosystem without a Q&A session?
Well, another corporate-like environment without the slightest spark of interest. And that’s exactly what we had in mind when we started our weekly Q&A talks.
So, every Friday we gather together and have insightful conversations with interesting people that come talk to us about their experiences.
Our special guests are people with different backgrounds:
entrepreneurs, designers, angel investors, professors, venture capitalists, psychologists, dietitians, business coaches, trainers and any other occupation you could imagine.
People that have an interesting story to share. One that will help us become better at our professional and personal life.
Want to learn more about our guest talks?
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