It’s given me lots to think about and plenty of handy models to use as I scale up my company.

Ardie Worsley, Managing Director, Said Digital, London, UK

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I enjoyed how involved the audience was, and how engaged and encouraging he was for us to participate. Also, it brings to light how difficult it is to scale up a company.

Mcauley Banning, Student, New York City