Young entrepreneur Joshua Ogunnote spoke to us about his early life and being raised in a Nigerian household. Joshua developed a passion for technology during his childhood years, and took this further by studying computer science at Essex university.
After 2 years at university, Joshua made a bold decision to drop out of university and pursue his vision for building an app. It was at this stage that Joshua came up with the idea to build his music sharing app Chune.
After dropping out of university, Joshua went on to work at a Aviva as well as a tech start-up before working on Chune full-time.
Chune is a music sharing platform which allows users to share their music interests with one another, thereby bringing back the social aspect of listening to music.
Check out part 1 of our interview with Joshua Ogunnote above.