What happens when two brilliant minds from the finance and tech sectors come together to revolutionize the way we connect talent and companies? In today’s episode, we sit down with Hubert Dagbo and Jide Osan, the co-founders of Equipt, to discuss their inspiring journey and vision behind their innovative startup.
Learn how Hubert and Jide’s long-lasting friendship, and their individual professional backgrounds, have shaped Equipt’s mission to foster collaboration and enable humanity to reach its full potential. Their unique perspectives, from their families’ immigration stories to their experiences in the global market, have informed their determination to create meaningful connections in the professional world. Don’t miss their valuable advice for aspiring founders on learning from failures and seeking mentorship.
In this episode, you’ll hear about:
- Forming real connections, not just growing your connection list on LinkedIn
- Bridging the gap between what you learned in school and the real world
- How Equipt’s platform works
- Big learnings from the layoffs
- Their immigration stories
- Taking the extra step to stand out
- How to benefit from accelerator programs
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