Episode: Series 2: The whistleblower's tale 8/10


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Series 2: The whistleblower's tale 8/10
Ismael Ahmed, an expert in remittances, used funds from a compensation award to finance his start-up WorldRemit. He tells Jonathan Moules that a successful revenue model was key to attracting the second stage funding he needed to go global.  

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