Today we’re in conversation with Nigel Fellowes-Freeman, the CEO of Kanopi, an insurance tech startup. We talk about how he went from being a Physiotherapist to a CEO of a Tech-Startup and within this, we discover loads of tips and tricks on how to start a startup, especially if you’re a non-technical founder.
Most importantly, we speak about the entire process of taking your idea from an MVP to a fully funded startup and even touch the elements of scaling up.
For those of you that are non-technical founders, this will truly unlock greater possibilities and give you the tools to overcome the challenges that will come with building your tech startup.
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