Dupsy Abiola

Intern Avenue connects students and graduates with paid opportunities and has won numerous awards including the Europa Award for Best Recruitment Start Up in Europe and a MVP competition at Google Campus London. Prior to founding Intern Avenue, she graduated from Oxford University and is the recipient of numerous professional and academic awards. She worked as an employed barrister for a leading law firm before starting her first business. Her experience in law, business, entrepreneurship, and the employment market has led to her becoming a featured press expert for leading publications. She has appeared in Wired, the Financial Times, on Channel Four, and successfully pitched on BBC Dragons Den. She is passionate about promoting diversity, open access, and reducing youth unemployment and is an active advisor on these areas including assisting with UK government policy. Dupsy’s work has resulted in her inclusion on Thomson Reuters Power List as one of Britain’s most influential black people under 40 and she is also listed on the Silicon 60 top techstars to watch.