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The baby is born!

Good things come to those who wait, they say. After almost one year of pregnancy or rather preparation, our long awaited baby, ScholarlyMinds, was born last night! – Well, she is certainly not perfect (yet) but we are excited and optimistic about her future.

Apart from welcoming the newborn, I would like to thank all obstetricians: mainly Jochen, Steve, Javier and Thomas, who invested many hours and money, but also Jerome and Pete, who provided crucial advice and support. ScholarlyMinds is the result of numerous productive, but not always easy, meetings either in Oxford or online. Thank you for your patience and support!

While we gave birth to the little one, from now on ScholarlyMinds requires your acceptance and help to thrive and prosper; ultimately, you are ScholarlyMinds.

On behalf of the whole team,
Christian@scholarlyminds.com

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