Weekly Wrap-Up: June 30 - July 4

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If there's a main lesson to extract from this week's content, it's how important it is to always be ready- always have a clear way to explain what you do, how you can help, and what you need- as you never know when you might meet the next person to make an impact on your entrepreneurial journey.

We're heading to Morocco for Mix N' Mentor Casablanca this Saturday, July 6th. Make sure you tune in to catch the Opening remarks and Fireside chat via live.wamda.com.

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