Koby & The Hustlers: Robert Rajeswaran is Taking Tech Offline to Brick and Mortar
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Koby & the Hustlers is a new TC podcast series featuring British Tamil entrepreneurs

Tamil businesses generate around $1 billion GBP for the UK economy and there are 5,000+ Tamil-owned businesses in the country. This is your chance to learn from and become inspired by some of these amazing founders with our host Koby Yogaretnam!

In this episode (#1):

Robert Rajeswaran, a Tamil refugee turned tech entrepreneur, discusses how he built up his EdTech startup GoCode Academy from scratch, with minimal resources. And why he's going against the grain and putting a focus on brick and mortar.

Featured music by RageMD. Check out his work here: https://soundcloud.com/ragemd/comeup.

 

***Want to be featured on an episode of Koby & The Hustlers?  Send us an email at hello@tamilculture.com.***

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