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27 April 2016

Episode 237

29 minutes

Former fighter pilot Jonny Nicol reveals why he built Stratajet, billed as the world’s first fully automated, real-time, real-cost system for booking a private jet. We also meet a new player on the venture-capital scene: Andre de Haes from Backed VC explains why European founders may soon build a $100bn (€88.3bn) company. Plus: we sit down with Alice Bentinck, co-founder of London-based Entrepreneur First, and talk shop with the new CEO of Dutch design brand Moooi.

27 April 2016

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Jonny Nicol, Stratajet

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Former fighter pilot Jonny Nicol explains the business model and future of private aviation company Stratajet, a new real-time, real-cost system for booking a private jet.

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Andre de Haes, Backed VC

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There’s a new player on the venture-capital scene: Andre de Haes from Backed VC shares the process of seed funding, how to pitch a venture capitalist and why European start-up founders may soon build a $100bn (€88.3bn) company.

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Alice Bentinck, Entrepreneur First

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London-based business accelerator Entrepreneur First is one of the world’s most prolific creators of start-ups. Co-founder Alice Bentinck explains the importance of talent and how to bring more women into the industry.

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Robin Bevers, Moooi

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Robin Bevers is the new CEO of Dutch design brand Moooi. At Salone del Mobile in Milan he tells Monocle’s Design editor Josh Fehnert why travel is critical to spreading your message and how the brand has grown over 15 years.

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