The valuation bubble and the future of storytelling: It’s Roundtables at Web Summit

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The best speeches spark debate and conversation. This is why Web Summit’s Roundtables are so special. They’re a catalyst for great conversation, with a 45-minute discussion held between speakers and a number of attendees.

Here are some of the highlights from Roundtables at Web Summit:

Aine Kerr – Managing Editor – Storyful

A sustainable model for a new form of social and collaborative journalism?


As well as speaking on a number of panels and opening the Content Summit, Aine took part in Roundtables. Eager journalists and content creators gathered together with Aine to discuss the future of journalism and storytelling.

Ryan Sarver – Investor – Redpoint

Doing diligence: A case study from the on-demand economy


Ryan Sarver, a leading investor in on-demand services, hosted a Roundtable on this emerging industry. It followed on from a lively discussion on Centre Stage between the people behind Deliveroo, Handy and Shyp.

Paul Holland – General Partner – Foundation Capital

The elephant in the room: Dealing with the valuation bubble


With more unicorns than ever, the valuation bubble can no longer be ignored. Paul Holland joined other startups and investors in a conversation about the effect the valuation bubble is having on the industry.

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