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The outsider

Fintech Beat, Ep. 74

Adeyemi Ajao, the son of a Spainish mother and Nigerian father, founded a social media company, Tuenti, while in school, which was ultimately sold in 2010 for $100 million
Adeyemi Ajao, the son of a Spainish mother and Nigerian father, founded a social media company, Tuenti, while in school, which was ultimately sold in 2010 for $100 million

Adeyemi Ajao talks about how he started a $100 million company from a dorm room in Spain, and shares his views on Silicon Valley, being a Black venture capitalist, and the immigrant experience in tech.

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