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Rufus Evison

I have been starting companies since around 1996. In the 20 years to 2016 I was involved in starting 30. In the UK 95% of start ups fail in first two years. Of my 30 95% survived as only one died. I have a maths degree from Cambridge and started my first business as a sole trader magician at age 7. I continued the magic through performing at May Balls until 1991. In my pedigree I include everything from bicycle taxis to early artificial intelligence. I have helped build a hydroelectric plant from a recycled washing machine and in one week in Guayaquil I was electrocuted, shot at, dragged behind a bus and kidnapped. It was my best week in Ecuador. None of it was as dramatic as it sounds. I like to help people, but as I am learning to walk for the 4th time I am limited in what I can do.

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