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Sep 25, 2018

Martin Mignot is a Partner at Index Ventures, one of Europe's leading VC firms.

Martin focuses on startups which operate in large markets (food, transportation, finance, healthcare) through the development of must-have products that get exponentially better with each additional user.

He has worked with companies including Bird and BlaBlaCar and serves on the board of DeliverooRevolut and Trainline.

Prior to joining Index, Martin was in the TMT team at UBS Investment Bank and co-founded the beauty subscription business Boudoir Prive (acquired by Joliebox/Birchbox).

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Thank you very much for joining us today. Please welcome, Martin Mignot.

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