In Amsterdam I had a highly interesting talk with Felix Lepoutre, founder of MeetBerlage. Felix is experimenting with his own company in shared ownership. In one of his historic conference rooms we had an open conversation about his experiences, learnings, fears and vision. Check the video or podcast below for the full […]
There are countless ways vibrant neighbourhoods and strong communities help people live better lives. Guided by this vision, Italy’s Social Streets was launched to increase opportunities for meaningful neighbour interaction through self-organizing groups.
The networking app Closr wants to revolutionize your contact list with essential background information. Besides, it promises that it will achieve the next level of personal relationship management.
Bill Gross has founded a lot of startups, and incubated many others and he got curious about why some succeeded and others failed. He found one factor that stands out from the others.
In the age of the sharing economy, it is often believed that new fancy mobile applications or websites are the only path to innovation and new trends in your life. Sometimes however, the best solutions and innovative ways of doing things are not at all new, they stem from long ago and were already popular in our parents’ generation.
The app that fights world hunger.
[from book part 7 – APPRECIATE YOUR SELF]
Procrastinators have a bad reputation, but sometimes procrastination is not as bad as people think.
[from book part 6 – MY NEXT AI-SUMMIT]