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Tuesday August 4th, 2015

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Meet with start-ups #3

We discovered them during the Start-up Minute when they had one minute to win us over. Now they are preparing themselves for another exercise in style: revealing themselves without giving too much away. Our latest series gets the start-ups to pass a personality test!

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