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Nick Jenkins, Moonpig founder, discusses being an entrepreneur in the UK & his lessons in business


Oxford Union Treasurer, Finlay Armstrong (Regents Park College), speaks to Nick Jenkins about his challenges in founding the online greeting card company Moonpig and what it was like to live & work in Russia in the early days of life after communism – & what caused him to leave.

Mr Jenkins founded Moonpig in 2000 on his return to the UK and subsequently sold the business in 2011 for £120 million. He appeared as a ‘dragon’ on Dragon’s Den in the show’s 13th & 14th seasons and continues to invest in start-ups.

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