Janine Garner

If you are a startup, thinking about becoming one, or simply interested in the idea of entrepreneurialism and how to maximise your chances of success, as opposed to becoming one of the 92 per cent that fails, then Jamie’s book, Unicorn Tears, is a must-read. Jam- packed with how to’s and ideas, and supported with his own stories and those of others, Unicorn Tears, is essential reading for anyone serious about startup success.

Janine Garner, speaker, mentor, author of It’s Who You Know

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Dan Gregory

We live in a world where expertise is all too readily claimed and the academic world has become, well, a little bit ‘academic’. This is what makes Jamie Pride’s observations so valuable — his knowledge and wisdom has been earned through experience in real world conditions with numerous startups. He makes me want to be a better entrepreneur — and every time we speak, he helps me do just that.

Dan Gregory - CEO, The Impossible Institute

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Matt Church

There are moments in life when you step up. Starting you’re own business is one of the biggest. It’s are to find the few who will and rarer still to find a mentor who has. Jamie has and in Unicorn Tears he shows us how to avoid failure and crush it in business.

Matt Church, founder of Thought Leaders & author of Next: thriving in the decade of disruption

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Jack Delosa

Unicorn Tears has it all; why businesses fail, how to succeed, and how to enjoy the journey. All presented by one of the countries most respected entrepreneurs and investors. This is a must read.

Jack Delosa, CEO & Founder of The Entourage

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