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Episode #10: Talk with Alice Bentinck, co-founder at Entrepreneur First

Welcome to Le Wagon Live! This week, we’re talking to Alice Bentink. Alice started her career at McKinsey & Company and went on to co-found Entrepreneur First, an organisation that helps the world’s most ambitious technologists build their own tech startups from scratch. They have more investments in AI than any other fund in Europe!

She also set up Code First Girls, a not - for - profit that has taught over 5,000 women to code for free whilst still at university. She’s a really inspirational woman, and has some amazing stories, so sit back and enjoy!

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