Hypepotamus: Meet the New Hosts of Atlanta Startup Village

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Atlanta Startup Village will have two new faces holding the mic when the bi-monthly pitch competition returns in late February.

Christian Ross is a startup founder herself and staple within the Atlanta Tech Village community. She’ll be joined by Paraj Mathur, an investor who has a passion for esports and building community both on and offline.

We had a chance to catch up with both of them to learn more about what they are working on in the Atlanta startup scene and what advice they have for up-and-coming founders ready to pitch.

Read the full article at Hypepotamus.

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