8m 28s : how The Family was born from the idea that we're now in the Entrepreneurial Age (and not so much the information age), derived from that foundational article The Entrepreneurial age by Babak Nivi, cofounder of AngelList
11m 00s : what is an entrepreneur ?
13m 50s : The Family has the ambition to become the new Berkshire Hathaway (as detailed here), by providing capital and unfair advantages to entrepreneurs, what about these unfair advantages ? (less and less about these, more about capital and relationships with VCs, access to VCs, help raise fast and on good terms, they have a white list of VCs)
16m 50s : explain why you don't believe in gathering startups together under the same roof, like in the case of France at Station F
20m 52s : why don't you believe in mentors for European startups ?
24m 30s : can you say a word about some of the startups you're helping that are representative of your portfolio ? (special mention about Heetch, a French VTC app, see more here)
29m 00s : how Nicolas Colin was sued himself by the CEO of the leading taxi company in Paris
30m 50s : tell us a bit about how you used growth hacking yourself at The Family
36m 38s : about ramen-entrepreneurs and cockroach-entrepreneurs
1h 09m 40s : the particular case of Singapore that wants to attract hunters but at the same time prevent its own people from becoming hunters themselves and leaving Singapore
1h 11m 55s : please elaborate on that idea of "exit unions", as a cog in your Great Safety Net 2.0
1h 16m 58s : why entrepreneurs will be the ones bringing about that Greater Safety Net, and not the state : the example of Lambda school
1h 18m 11s : examples of start-ups from The Family's portfolio helping bring about the Greater Safety Net (www.side.co)
1h 19m 20s : why do you think the Universal Basic Income is such a bad idea ?
1h 22m 56s : about BREXIT, Boris Johnson said that the UK can become the new Singapore, is it going to happen ? is BREXIT affecting your work ? (mention of How Asia Works, by Joe Studwell)
1h 25m 34s : why GDPR doesn't work
Questions from the public
1h 28m 20s : apart from market size and homogeneity and the fact that European governments don't understand startups, why don't we have European Googles or Facebooks ? (clue : we have too good a life in Europe)
1h 32m 48s : are Alibaba and Tencent tech companies based on your definition ?
1h 34m 26s : you talked a lot about consumer-based businesses, what about the future of enterprise businesses (businesses targeting businesses) in your opinion ?
1h 37m 12s : do you think that the networked individual system works or already works in China ? does it have potential in Africa in the future as well ?
1h 39m 55s : what are your expectations from the ideal investor ? (in short : swift response, good terms, support when in trouble)
1h 42m 01s : what are you looking for when assessing an early-stage startup to help and invest in ? (in short : intensity)