ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: How entrepreneurship can save the world | Martin Bjergegaard | TEDxStPeterPort

ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: How entrepreneurship can save the world | Martin Bjergegaard | TEDxStPeterPort

Here’s Great Tip: How entrepreneurship can save the world | Martin Bjergegaard | TEDxStPeterPort


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What would the world look like if we all became a bit more entrepreneurial? In 7th grade Martin’s teacher put down his dreams, and encouraged him to strive for “a real job”. In this talk you will meet Nico, a 12 year old farmer, hear about the invention of the Internet, and finally understand why Michelle Obama got so upset when the Danish Prime Minister, Helle Thorning, snapped a selfie with the leader of the free world. After 17 minutes your view on entrepreneurship will never be the same again.

Martin Bjergegaard is a serial entrepreneur and an international bestselling author.
In 2006 Martin and three friends launched the “company factory” Rainmaking, that today runs 10 start-ups with a total of 200 employees, and offices in London, Copenhagen and Berlin. Startupbootcamp, Europe’s leading accelerator with permanent programs in 11 cities, was launched by Rainmaking in 2010.
Martin has been the lead founder and CEO of Frokost.dk that today has revenues of more than 20m USD, and BetterNow.org that works with 150 charities in 10 countries. Today, Martin works across Rainmaking’s portfolio to harvest synergies and launch new initiatives.
His book, Winning Without Losing, has been translated into 13 languages and is available in more than 30 countries. It is a bestseller in the UK, Russia, South Korea and on Amazon. The book has won the prestigious “Management Book of the Year” award by Chartered Management Institute and The British Library.

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