Y Combinator @ Oxford

18th October 2021 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
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Online and open to all, this talk is a joint event between Y Combinator and The Oxford Seed Fund, Entrepreneurship Centre.

Join us for a talk with YC Partner Aaron Epstein and Retool Founder David Hsu. Aaron previously co-founded Creative Market in 2012 to help independent creators around the world make a living doing what they love. David Hsu is the Founder of Retool, the fast way to build internal tools.

Aaron will cover some of the myths that exist around starting startups, what you should do while you’re still in school if you want to start a company, and he’ll talk about how YC can help you get started. David will talk about his founder journey, YC experience and give advice for starting a company.

Aaron and David will also spend time answering your questions live.

 

 

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18th October 2021
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