Le Web: Passion and adrenaline as a future-shaping cocktail Paid Members Public
What on earth does kite-surfing have to do with startup culture? The MaiTai events mash together kite-surfers, investors and entrepreneurs in an adventure sports/entrepreneurship party. Susi Mai’s parents were wind-surfing hippies. Done her own thing with competitive kite-urging. Bill Tai is more tradition – an angel investor and board
Five things I learnt from day two of Le Web Paid Members Public
1. Your talents emerge young, so follow your passions… [https://i0.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2011/12/IMG_9539.jpg] Sometimes entrepreneurship starts young. Bill Gross [http://www.crunchbase.com/person/bill-gross], Founder & CEO, Idealab [http://www.idealab.com] was 12 when he started running candy arbitrage
Thoughts from The Tuttle Club Breakfast Paid Members Public
[http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/pics/2008/IMG_0358.html] I’ve just left today’s [Tuttle Club](http://londonsocialmediacafe.pbwiki.com/Tuttle+Club+Breakfast) (or should that be Social Media Café?) [Breakfast](http://londonsocialmediacafe.pbwiki.com/Tuttle+Club+Breakfast), held at the rather lovely [One Alfred Place](http://www.onealfredplace.