Member Since October 2022
I am an innovation-focused and impact-driven fund manager and tech investor with a burning passion for Web3, AI, and creating impact. As an entrepreneur, I have three exits under my belt, which started my journey into the world of investing. I figured that the best way to be a part of the future is to help shape it. On top of participating in equity rounds, I also purchased my first digital assets in 2014. That's when I first heard about the so-called "fourth industrial revolution" and felt like I had to be a part of it.
When business growth slows or remains stagnant, there's often an important lesson to be learned. Most leaders strive for business growth and equate growth with success. While it's true that business growth means an increase in profits and customers, that growth can be hard to achieve, especially at first. If your business isn't growing as fast as you'd hoped, there may be a deeper reason for it — and uncovering that reason might lead to a valuable lesson. To that end, a panel of Rolling Stone Culture Council members share 11 things you can learn from slower business growth and why these are such important lessons to absorb.
Media appearances are excellent ways to raise positive awareness about your brand, but you'll need to make a great impression first. Getting press for your business helps your public relations tremendously, whether it means being featured on a podcast, an Instagram Live or even a news segment. Giving a face to the business helps humanize the brand and also allows you to share more explicit insight into your company's values. Making a good impression is key, but the pressure of a live video or audio segment can be nerve-wracking. To help, 14 Rolling Stone Culture Council members share their tips for making sure you're prepared to represent your business well.
Our mission is to make gaming personal – by giving millions of gamers the opportunity to engage in their passion, personalize their gaming experience and find people to play with. Wasder was founded 2017 by a group of gamers who saw need for change for an industry which was developing amazing games, but lacked personalization and access to likeminded players. In 2021 Wasder will reinvent how we find people to play with – by Introducing the future of Match Making, we call it Party Play.