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How to get more involved in the startup scene

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16:00 PM | 9 October 2014
by Attia Husseini
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Attia Husseini dishes out some great advice on how you can work your way into the startup scene.

Perhaps you’d like to start your own company. Maybe you’ve been reading TechCrunch religiously, and you’re wondering how to better be involved. Thinking of leaving your job, and wanting to expand beyond your existing network? Following on from my previous article on the reasons why you should join a startup, here are my practical tips on how to start building a network in the industry. These tips are helpful whichever route you want to take – from investment to founding your own company. Get involved!

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