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My path as an entrepreneur - or how I turned into the person I am

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A presentation for Dutch and German students (14 - 16 yrs) in the context of the "Schule plus" network. In this presentation I explained my path towards entrepreneurship and what it took to establish successfully a digital agency.
About Schule Plus (German only):
https://www.schule-plus.de/

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My path as an entrepreneur - or how I turned into the person I am

  1. 1. Mark Lambertz
  2. 2. 44
  3. 3. technology meta trends planetary future
  4. 4. my career
  5. 5. or
  6. 6. my path
  7. 7. 1980 Video game Pong
  8. 8. 1983 – 1994 Apple II + Sinclair ZX Spektrum Schneider CPC464 Atari 520 ST AMIGA 500 386
  9. 9. 1990 Diploma from German secondary school qualifying for university admission or matriculation Abitur 2,9
  10. 10. 1990 – 1995 Education Radio- und TV Technician Cinema Projectionist 35 mm Cinema Manager - Assistent Commercial scripts for radio stations Editor for a PC magazine Waiter & Audio Technician in a Jazz Club Tele Sales (some weird worthless coins) Marketing research (on shopping streets) Radio Broadcasting Technician TV Computer graphics
  11. 11. Conclusion: I have to invent my own job.
 
 „Something creative, related to computer & media.“
  12. 12. And now our dutch guests: 
 Your business ideas and planning status
  13. 13. 19 95
  14. 14. four friends
  15. 15. 3D AnimationWebsites E-Commerce Games Online Advertising Newsletter Social Media Post Production Blogs Apps Virtual RealiyBanner Motion CaptureTV Commercials
  16. 16. 2015 65 Employees 720 m Office Space EUR 4,5 Mio. gross income
  17. 17. Strategies & for the digital transformation Service Design
  18. 18. tips
  19. 19. Heinz von Foerster Ethical Imperative "Act always so as to increase the number of choices."
  20. 20. Dennis Gabor „The future cannot be predicted, but futures can be invented.“
  21. 21. Never stop asking: who, when, where, how & why? Me
  22. 22. your questions

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