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Hermione Way

Biography

Called by Business Insider as you of “The 100 Most Influential Technology Women on Tweets” in 2014, she actually is a fresh media journalist and entrepreneur who began the web video production firm Newspepper, and a global start-up competition known as StartUpWorld. She started to come up with Newspepper in 2007 while going after a journalism level at London Metropolitan University or college. She began operating like a video correspondent for ANOTHER Internet and was a presented solid member on the truth series Start-Ups: Silicon Valley. She was created in Exeter, Devon, Britain and would relocate to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California. Her sibling Ben Way made an appearance on Start-Ups: Silicon Valley aswell and can be an business owner himself. Arianna Huffington produced the business enterprise Insider “100 Many Influential Tech Ladies on Twitter” list aswell.

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Full Name Hermione Way
Date Of Birth June 14, 1985
Place Of Birth Exeter, England
Profession Entrepreneur
Education London Metropolitan University
Nationality English
Siblings Ben Way
TV Shows Start-Ups: Silicon Valley
Star Sign Gemini

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1She and her brother Ben Way are both entrepreneurs.


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Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Royal Institution Christmas Lectures2006TV Series documentary production team - 5 episodes

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Tribewanted Sierra Leone2013Documentary
Start-Ups: Silicon Valley2012TV SeriesHerself (2013)
The Startup Kids2012DocumentaryHerself
VidBlogger Nation2011TV SeriesHerself

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