Here’s the latest in our series of Bitesized Insights from Piers Linney, co-founder of Outsourcery, a UK-based independent cloud services provider.
In his Bitesized Insight Piers Linney talks about his first business venture in at the age 13, when he started selling newspapers so he could raise enough money to buy a new bike. As he’s grown older, he explains how philanthropy has become more important to him and discusses the issues with funding structures for new startups. He also gives advice for entrepreneurs on how to find a mentor and how to move forward when things aren’t going as planned.
Enjoy the video below and look out for the next instalment next week.
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