I’m developing a start-up and have absolutely no idea what I’m doing.

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During the first lockdown of last year, I began working on a project (scared to call it a ‘start-up’). I had a lot of time on my hands, living by myself with very little contact for three months. Seems insane thinking about it now! I’d wake up in the morning, enjoy a coffee and read articles about start-ups; then I’d sit on my laptop all day and do further research and…

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Sustainability Consultant and Owner of @smallmatterofsustainability // A Restaurant owner just trying to take my own advice...

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Jamie McIlhatton

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Sustainability Consultant and Owner of @smallmatterofsustainability // A Restaurant owner just trying to take my own advice...

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