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Joshua Wöhle: Better learning, London startup ecosystem

Joshua Wöhle is a London-based founder and serial entrepreneur, currently building Mindstone — a platform that allows anyone to create a course by curating a playlist from articles, podcasts, videos, and other resources.

About This Episode

Joshua Wöhle is a London-based founder and serial entrepreneur, currently building Mindstone — a platform that allows anyone to create a course by curating a playlist from articles, podcasts, videos and other resources.

In our conversation with Joshua, we cover:

  • Getting first customers for Mindstone
  • Backstory of London’s rise to prominence as the biggest startup hub in Europe
  • How startup ecosystems are created
  • Employee stock compensation in Europe and how it differs from US
  • Joshua’s previous venture - Super Awesome, and a successful exit to Epic Games
  • Joshua’s transition from being a fouder to also being an investor
  • The history of Super Awesome and building tools for children online privacy
  • Joshua’s take on Facebook and Instagram being bad for kids
  • Joshua’s advice to first-time founders

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