It’s the first week of our new feature on Startacus- “Entrepreneurial Room 101”
We personally have loads of pet hates, disdain, loves, likes and loathes about the whole self starter / startup / entrepreneurial scene - our inability to give all us good folk a universal description explains just that!
Taking inspiration from George Orwell’s 1984 and the TV show with the same name, what we’re doing is asking Startacus members and leading entrepreneurs alike to nominate something to be banished forever into the Startacus Entrepreneurial Room 101.
Much like the TV show - what we’d like you all to do is to nominate your pet hate, peeve, fear, phobia or nightmare to be put into our virtual Room 101 - as long as it has a startup or entrepreneurial twist or angle.
Perhaps you hate doing your tax returns, dislike the Shoreditch hype, have issue with some government legislation, or simply can’t abide corporate clichés and startup lingo - whatever it is, you need to be able to argue your case and make your point. So without further ado, it’s over to our first three panelists and much like the show, only one can make Room 101. This time though, it’s up to you good folk (and the Startacus team) to decide which of the three get banished to that room forever.
Simply click on the Assign to Entrepreneurial Room 101 tab under each pitch and if you’re on Twitter we’ll see your choice straight away! Simples!
So over to the three pitches, and remember, choose your option wisely!
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