Tom Mayr talks about audio as the last medium without a big platform, how to approach two-sided markets as a startup and why not all likes are the same.
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Razeen Sally talks about the threat of China, the role of Singapore in the new volatile world, what’s ahead of us in geopolitics and what he discovered in Sri Lanka.
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Razeen Sally is a Sri Lankan-British writer. His new book, a travel memoir, is Return to Sri Lanka: Travels in a Paradoxical Island (Juggernaut). He is a visiting associate professor at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore, and previously taught at the London School of Economics.
He was chairman of the Institute of Policy Studies, the main economic-policy think tank in Sri Lanka, and senior adviser to the minister of finance. He has been director of the European Centre for International Political Economy, a global-economy think tank in Brussels, and has held visiting research and teaching positions in the USA, France, Australia and Hong Kong. He was also chair of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Competitiveness.
Tomi Grönfors talks about challenges in building a consumer brand, how to price your products and wrestle with your personal issues without shame. He also reveals why a road trip may last only a few kilometres with empty bottles.
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Tomi Grönfors is the CEO and co-founder of Sniffie, a pricing automation growth company. He has founded several companies such as VEEN, a luxury water brand, and a marketing agency Malja BTL. He has also acted as an interim manager for SSH and Unmonday. Tomi is a passionate wrestler in his free time and enjoys family life in Finland.
Venture capitalist Sakari Pihlava talks about the future of the SaaS business model, how to make a career in VC, the dangers of pricing and what to do with YouTube.
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Elias Aalto talks about the early days of Wolt, how to win an Apple Design Award and why startups are overhyped as a career path and what not to do when you have an audience of millions of people.
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Stefan Björkman explains the investment climate ahead of us, reveals his management secret, talks about a good company board, and what’s the purpose of glue in business. See the full episode notes: https://www.talkswithpetri.com/hai-and-thank-you-says-it-all/.
Hampus Jakobsson talks about living in the moment, the biggest challenges for humanity, who are the most interesting people and why hearing is important while cooking. See the episode notes: https://www.talkswithpetri.com/curious-angel-seeks-happiness-by-learning/.
Richard Georg Engström talks about how to make films in Scandinavia, navigate unknown and uncultivated opportunities, what is impact and what it means to be happy. See the full episode notes: https://www.talkswithpetri.com/pragmatic-anarchist.
Ville Tolvanen talks about finding your audience, how to deal with trolls and why virtual activists are the future leaders. See the full episode notes: https://www.petrikajander.com/make-your-work-visible/.
Taavi Rõivas talks about his experience as the youngest prime minister in the EU, the future of nation states and his latest movie role. See the full episode notes at https://www.petrikajander.com/watching-tv-pays-off.
Joey Kilrain talks about tough times, making sure your plan A does not fail, running for wrong reasons, how to mix paints and repair cars while building websites.
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Christopher Lingle talks about his long experience of working around the world without a permanent place of residence. We also cover economics, monetary policy, human liberty, trail running and where to find good coffee.
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I talk with Sandra Luks about finding your true passion and how it may take a few detours before you’re sure what you really want to do.
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In this episode we cover topics from cyborgs and AI to politics, and the future of humanity. Christopher Peterka also reveals why rosé helps in book writing.
See the full episode notes at https://www.petrikajander.com/futurist-thinks-it-is-your-choice/.