One of the characteristics linking our greatest entrepreneurs is their ability to create platforms.  These are the mechanisms that bring others on the entrepreneur’s journey, creating wealth, success and impact along the way. Microsoft, Oracle and Salesforce have created hundreds of multi-million dollar businesses through their sales-channels.  Apple and Google…

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War is a deeply physical act, but ideologies are the muscle behind them. In this interview, I spoke to Haras Rafiq, CEO of Quilliam International – and one of the world’s foremost experts in counter-extremism. 

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My interview with John Sculley, CEO of Apple Inc from 1983-1993 who grew the company from $800 million to over $8 billion in revenues

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In this exclusive interview, I spoke to Garry about democracy, dictators, the instability in our world, his hopes for the future and how artificial intelligence will allow us to embrace our humanity.

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I meet Thor Björgólfsson, an Icelandic entrepreneur who made one of the greatest comebacks in modern entrepreneurial history- losing close to 100% of a $4 billion fortune, dusting himself off, starting again, and eventually re-joining the billionaire-class with a current fortune estimated (conservatively) at $2 billion.

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To learn more about how to build the brand of an entrepreneur, I caught up with Gary Vaynerchuk- one of the world’s most recognised entrepreneurs, with (at the time of writing) over 1.32 million twitter followers, over 1.22 million facebook fans and many videos on youtube with more than 500,000 views.

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Dennis Crowley is the co-founder and Executive Chairman of Foursquare, Chairman of Kingston Stockade Football Club and a serial entrepreneur and investor across tech. I caught up with Dennis to learn more about his career in entrepreneurship.

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L.A. Kauffman has spent more than thirty years immersed in radical movements, as a journalist, historian, organizer, and strategist. I caught up with L.A. to learn more about how organised movements can create lasting change.

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The roots of resistance to new technologies, why such resistance is not always futile and how 600 years of economic history show how the balance of winners and losers shapes technological controversies

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