The 12 most emotional moments of launching a startup
Creating a unique product and successfully navigating your startup through tough competition and demanding investors is no piece of cake. But, it can be fun - we've compiled a list of 12 very emotional reactions you've probably already had. Feel free to suggest your own captions!
- 20 Sept - 2013 Orange Price for Social Entrepreneurs in Africa Deadline
- 21 Sept - Startup Bootcamp Mobility – Dubai
- 25 Sept - The Power of Mentorship - Algeria
- 26 Sept - Michel & Augustin at New Work Lab, Casablanca
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