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Every week on the Start up daily TV showwe talk to more than two dozen founders, CEOs, investors and experts about what’s happening in technology.

Now you can see the best of the show with the weekly podcast, SUDS.

Every week on SUDS host Simon Thomsen has a special guest with them to discuss the week’s big news, tell their story and also tackle a big idea in their field, before we run through the highlights of the TV show.

This week’s guest is Reviews from advisors founder and director Angus Woods

We talk about the major crypto collapse of Three Arrows Capital and Voyager Digital, as well as how Meta brands Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp are responsible for a staggering two-thirds of social media fraud.

Angus offers great advice to fellow founders about the life of a startup, and we capture the dramatic shift in interest in financial advice amid generational changes and the rise of millennial investors. Of the Daily startup show this week, we look at the great redundancy and what happens to tech jobs.

We spoke to Dan Brockwell at EarlyWork about their new job platform for displaced tech workers, and Dexter Cousins, from Tier One People about the signs of hard times ahead, Alan Jones talks about when to give equity to advisors, and we meet Sidekicker- founder Jackie Bull after a $20 million raise, and Dr. Louise Metcalf, founder of the Gheorg children’s mental health app, on how to reduce anxiety in children.

Listen to SUDS:


Presenter: Simon Thomsen

Producer: Jaxson McLennan

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