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Erik Rind



Member Since January 2021


New Product Development
Corporate Strategy
Information Technology


Erik Rind is a CEO and entrepreneur dedicated to providing people with the tools they need to easily and efficiently learn how to control and monetize their personal information. His company ImagineBC was founded on the vision to offer people an alternative to a digital economy driven entirely by the tech giants, and is creating an ecosystem for people to take back control of their personal data and more importantly turn that control into monetization of their personal information, creative content, intellectual property and time. ImagineBC has harnessed the power of blockchain technology and AI/ML technology into a mobile application, where 90% of all the revenue generated within the community is distributed back to the members of the community.

Published content

How to Gain Your Business Partner’s Trust (Even if They Had a Bad Past Experience)

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Managing expectations and trust are key to resolving baggage from a previous business partnership. Going into business with a new partner is an opportunity to explore fresh perspectives and exciting ideas. However, if your new business partner is still toting baggage from a previous partnership, it could derail your collaborative journey.  To keep past experiences from standing in the way of future success, business partners must learn how to manage expectations. Below, 10 Rolling Stone Culture Council members offer fellow business leaders their best advice for building trust with their new partners, especially if those partners are wary of getting burned again.

15 Simple Ways to Help Your Employees Innovate (Even in Tough Times)

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Your team may be stressed, but empowering them to experiment can keep them moving forward. Working through the pandemic has caused many professionals a lot of anxiety. Even though this free time affords people more opportunity to achieve their goals, they aren’t often seizing it because they're stressed about their health, their families and their jobs. As a leader, it's important to empower your team to use this time to continue growing, learning and evolving, even if they're preoccupied with just "staying afloat" right now. Below, 15 members of Rolling Stone Culture Council explained how to encourage your team members to experiment and innovate during difficult times. Follow their recommended steps to keep everyone's morale high and creative juices flowing.

Company details


Company bio

We started ImagineBC in response to a problem: digital platforms make their money by selling data to advertisers. The dominant paradigm among media companies and society at large is, hey, you agreed to the terms and conditions, so there’s nothing you can do. We’re starting a movement to challenge that. ImagineBC is a new media company. It’s a secure platform for unique content experiences that pay members and creators back. ImagineBC was built from the ground up with your privacy and security in mind. Through utilization of Blockchain Technology, we enable our member’s data and personal information to be stored on the most advanced and secured data-storage system available – preventing anyone but you from accessing your information. Blockchain Technology allows ImagineBC to treat every member as anonymous, while still verifying that every member of the community is who they say they are.



Area of focus

Media and Entertainment

Company size

11 - 50