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Damian is the President of the stunningly straightforward file sharing service WeTransfer. It is now one of the world’s most trusted online brands, helping people to discover and share in every country around the globe.
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Anne is the Founder & CEO of Starling Bank, an Innovative Challenger Bank she started in 2014. It’s one of the most disruptive fintech companies in the UK and expecting to grow to over 1 million customers in 2019.
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Described as one of the world’s most influential women and CEOs, Justine Roberts has created a place for open and frank conversations in one of the world’s most loved and talked about forums, Mumsnet.
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Tim is an ex-professional New Zealand footballer turned shoemaker. After a successful football career, Tim got injured. This caused a career turning point and he looked outside the sporting world at a business future.
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Tim Draper is the world’s most famous venture capital investor who’s backed many companies like Hotmail, Twitter or Tesla. His ability to pick opportunities explains why he is one of the world’s prolific Bitcoin supporters and owners.
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Clara Brenner is the co-founder and Managing Partner of the Urban Innovation Fund, a venture capital firm she established to invest in the future of cities and to solve urban problems with business partner Julie Lein.
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Jason Calacanis, is best known for his podcast This Week In Startups and for investing in unicorn companies such as Uber, Thumbtack and Calm.com; as well as selling shares in Facebook (whilst telling Zuck what he thought of him).