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London

Upcoming Event

Wednesday, December 14

Alexander Zacke

Auctionata

Alexander founded Auctionata | Paddle8, the leading online marketplace for art and luxury objects, which he grew from zero to $150 million revenues in 3 years. Alexander is the inventor of the livestream auction, the eBay Powerseller of 2006, the DLD Digital Star of 2013 & a finalist of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2014. Join us and come learn how to build/grow an online marketplace.

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Andy Shannon

Andy Shannon

Scott Harrison

Scott Harrison

Kristo Käärmann and Thorold Barker

Kristo Käärmann and Thorold Barker

Summer Party with Ophelia Brown and Mike Butcher

Summer Party with Ophelia Brown and Mike Butcher

Nick Hungerford

Nick Hungerford

Eileen Burbidge, Passion Capital

Eileen Burbidge, Passion Capital

Juraj Vaculik, CEO & Co-Founder

Juraj Vaculik, CEO & Co-Founder

Brian Rose

Brian Rose

John Harthorne

John Harthorne

Jean Oelwang

Jean Oelwang

Jenny Tooth

Jenny Tooth

Matt Barrie

Matt Barrie

Sarah Wood

Sarah Wood

Paddy Cosgrave

Paddy Cosgrave

Mike Butcher

Mike Butcher

M. Jacobsen, E. Jones

M. Jacobsen, E. Jones

Andrej Kiska

Andrej Kiska

Divinia Knowles

Divinia Knowles

Brent Hoberman

Brent Hoberman

Brent Hoberman

Brent Hoberman

Guy Kawasaki

Guy Kawasaki

David Buttress

David Buttress

Ben Medlock

Ben Medlock

Sarah Drinkwater

Sarah Drinkwater

Jon Bradford

Jon Bradford

Alastair Stewart

Alastair Stewart

Vernon Hill II.

Vernon Hill II.

Mike McGee

Mike McGee

Pankaj Chaddah

Pankaj Chaddah

Renaud Visage, Kevin and Julia Hartz

Renaud Visage, Kevin and Julia Hartz

Jacqueline Gold

Jacqueline Gold

Richard Reed

Richard Reed

Richard Moross

Richard Moross

Caprice Bourret

Caprice Bourret

Michal Stencl

Michal Stencl

Bernhard Niesner

Bernhard Niesner

Giles Palmer

Giles Palmer

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