Mark Stouse is one of the world's leading marketers with senior global roles at HP, Honeywell, and BMC Software on his resumé. Today he is the CEO of Proof Analytics, a firm specialized in marketing analytics.
Emad Zand is the Chief Growth Officer at Northvolt, arguably Sweden's boldest startup in decades. In this first part of the two part episode on Emad, we cover the backstory leading up to his present position.
Jacob Lovén is the co-founder and producer of not one, but two podcasts covering the digitalization of China. He has also become one of the few go-to experts on the subject and is heavily booked by company executives and politicians alike to advise and lecture on business, entrepreneurship, and development of this intriguing giant of a Country.
Navin Thukkaram is an investor that has done north of $3 Billion in exits, personally raised a non-VC-round of $40 MUSD for his main investment Skykick, and has sued the fourth richest man in the world and won.
Starting a new food retailer chain from scratch, competing with the oligopoly giants is basically suicidal. Still, Johannes Cullberg decided to do just that with his Whole Foods-esque high-quality chain Paradiset.
Sara Wimmercranz is one half of the Venture Capital duo Backing Minds, a fund investing where most people wouldn't even consider looking. The result? Well – the success and fame of Backing Minds speaks for itself.
A lot of people call themselves serial entrepreneurs, but with Louise Fritjofsson, that title seems to actually be legit. After starting an the e-commerce business Popsox, the ad-tech business Ad Profit, and the health- and training app Vint, Louise is now launching a brand of plant based baby food in the US called Bla Bla Foods.
Jacob Rudbäck is the founder of Yepstr, a gamified hyper-local marketplace for teenage jobs like mowing lawns and babysitting. A former industrious teenager himself, and later a natural born entrepreneur, he found himself wanting to create the marketplace he always missed as a kid himself.
In this episode, we talk to one of the world's premiere experts on influencer marketing, Aron Levin. Aron worked at King and Spotify before co-founding the influencer marketing company Relatable with offices in Stockholm, London, New York, and Los Angeles.
Jenny Keisu is one of the founders of Summa Equity, a private equity firm that invests in companies in line with the UN's 17 sustainable development goals. We discuss a lot of things, among them the somewhat counter-intuitive insight that not only can you make money while saving the world, but making money can be a means of saving the world in its own right.
Konrad Bergström is the founder of Sweden's fastest growing company of all time, Zound Industries, that sold over twenty million Marshall and Urban Ears headphones and speakers over a ten year period. Now he’s starting X Shore, a 100% electric boat, with the goal to take over the seas of the world.
This is the story about Kicki Theander who founded the world’s first dinner-kit company Middagsfrid together with her husband Victor. Not only did their company skyrocket, they also had three kids and had moved into a beautiful home outside of Stockholm when Victor suddenly fell ill. It turned out to be bone marrow cancer, and the doctors gave him 6 months to live.