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Entrepreneurs speaking to people they think are interesting about anything from product design over social engineering to how launch new ventures while staying sort of sane. This podcast includes conversations between entrepreneurs from Prehype and people they find interesting. Prehype co-create new ventures and incubation programs with VCs and corporations. Produced by: Henrik Werdelin
 
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In 2019 Henrik Werdelin invited you to be a fly-on-the-wall for conversations recorded in the streets of New York with people at the top of their uniquely entrepreneurial game. Revisit the best, biggest, most ridiculous and ‘ear-catching’ moments of Henrik’s 2019 walk and talks. From AI machine learning to meditation and culture hacking to the birt…
 
EPISODE SUMMARYIn this episode, Stacie Grissom and Henrik take a walk down BARK memory lane while discussing rise of Content in Social, Authenticity, value of testing new platforms, and staying true to your brand.Stacie Grissom is an entrepreneur, dog lover, and dog mom to Pimm , she runs a succeful cocktail channel on Instagram called roof top coc…
 
In this episode, Global Fragrance and Beauty Innovation Lead at CHANEL, Julie Thibault and Henrik grab a bite of modern nostalgia at an “ice cream cereal bar” in New York's Little Italy, where they discuss the changing landscape of retail. Hear about how store experiences design is the next in sales and community is the new way for marketing, Henri…
 
Henrik Werdelin walks, talks and grabs coffee with people who are doing something uniquely entrepreneurial. In this episode, Gabe Whaley and Henrik Werdelin wonder New York’s streets and creating mischief while discussing the need for a soul in marketing as we lean in further to the decentralized nature of commerce and content landscape.Gabe Whaley…
 
Henrik Werdelin walks and talks and grabs coffee with people who are doing something uniquely entrepreneurial. You are invited to be a fly-on-the-wall for a conversation recorded in the streets of New York. In this episode, Henrik chats with Noah Glass about the importance of persistence, family and the ability to happily embrace the 'suck' and mak…
 
Henrik Werdelin walks, talks and grabs coffee with people who are doing something uniquely entrepreneurial. In this episode, Bradley Horowitz and Henrik Werdelin wander New York’s High Line while exploring the importance of building new companies inside big organizations and how Google and other big companies are doing corporate incubation.Bradley …
 
Henrik Werdelin walks, talks and grabs coffee with people who are doing something uniquely entrepreneurial. In this episode Noah Fram-Schwartz and Henrik Werdelin wonder the streets of Tribeca and Soho discussing the increasing need to design products for the channel they are sold in, how to use data to discover what products to make and the power …
 
Henrik Werdelin walks, talks and grabs coffee with people who are doing something uniquely entrepreneurial. In this episode, Dan Harris and Henrik Werdelin wander New York’s Central Park while exploring the importance of the blurred lines of mindset, skill set and community in successful entrepreneurship and meditation alike.…
 
Henrik Werdelin walks, talks and grabs coffee with people who are doing something uniquely entrepreneurial. In this episode, Ian Hogarth and Henrik take a walk down memory lane in the back streets of east London, while discussing the future geopolitical landscape of Artificial Intelligence, its ever-expanding reach across industries, and its role a…
 
Henrik Werdelin walks, talks and grabs coffee with people who are doing something uniquely entrepreneurial. In this episode, Noah Brier and Henrik Werdelin brave the New York winter rain to discuss the importance of mental models and which ones are most applicable for entrepreneurs.Noah Brier is an entrepreneur who loves Mexican food and hot sauce …
 
Henrik Werdelin walks and talks and grabs coffee with people who are doing something uniquely entrepreneurial. You are invited to be a fly-on-the-wall for a conversation recorded in the streets of New York, in this case in the pouring rain. In this episode, Max Haot and Henrik Werdelin discuss the changing landscape of space exploration- and how th…
 
Henrik Werdelin gets coffee, or rides elevators in this case, with people who are doing something uniquely entrepreneurial. You are invited to be a fly-on-the-wall for a conversation recorded in the streets of New York. In this episode, Alex Godin and Henrik discuss how to apply entrepreneurship to philanthropy – and how Alex is taking his experien…
 
This is a new format where Henrik Werdelin gets coffee with people who are doing something uniquely entrepreneurial. You are invited to be a fly-on-the-wall for a conversation recorded in the streets of New York. In this first episode, it's a chat with Scott Belsky about selling your company and the pros and cons of running your own startup versus …
 
In this episode, we discuss focusing on one startup versus trying to build several at once. Star entrepreneurs like Elon Musk seem to be able to manage building a range of companies at the same time - but what are the pros and cons and what are some of the learnings from people who have tried to do it. Around the mic in this episode are serial entr…
 
In this episode, prehype's managing partner Henrik Werdelin discuss the question that most innovation teams fail to answer, namely; What business are we actually in. He is joined by Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg who is the co-author of Innovation as Usual, a Harvard Business Review Press book on the art of driving innovation in regular organizations.Th…
 
Increasingly larger companies are looking to the startup space to fast track access to talent, markeds, technology or data. Often this is done by setting up a corporate venture unit. In todays podcast, prehype partners Stacey Seltzer, Stuart Willson and Henrik Werdelin discuss some of the best practices of corporate VC based on their experience man…
 
The first 200 days of a startup is where you create the DNA of the company for many years to come. Culture, initial tech decision, first hires, and early customers’ feedback are the elements that either make or break a company.In this episode, we look back at the last 200 days of building the startup Umi.Kitchen. The podcast is a 'best of' a podcas…
 
"Desktop is the new newspaper." A year ago Dow Jones / The Wall Street Journal asked their Chief Innovation Officer Edward Roussel to set up a new innovation unit. In this podcast he explains what he has learned over the past year - and gives key lessons on what he is glad he did - and what he would redo if he could. Produced by: Henrik WerdelinMor…
 
In grad school, Jeff Raider started a little eyeglasses company called Warby Parker. Less than three years later, he found himself at the helm of a men's shaving startup - and a razor blade manufacturing plant in Germany. In this episode, get in Jeff's mind as he talks about vertical integration in the startup world, what it's like to run two (insa…
 
Things get philosophical this week as we explore the nuances of the "hidden" mobile interface with Aaron Harris - all around good guy, founder of Tutorspree, partner at Y Combinator, and champion of the digital sabbath.Listen to Aaron's thoughts on chat as the native mobile interface, the obsolescence of beautiful design, and how the bar for speed …
 
Michael specializes in relationship design for founders, authors, and speakers interested in playing a bigger game. He works with people to leverage their existing networks for the purpose of getting higher paid engagements, speaking opportunities, and interviews. We sat down to talk about why networking is considered a bad word and what are tools …
 
Bjarke Ingels is one of the world's leading architect. With his team at BIG he is the creative mind behind many iconic buildings like the new Google Plex and the World Trade Center 2 tower in New York. He has recently been more active in tech angel investing having placing bets on companies like ManagedByQ.com and Andco. (joinand.co) We sat down to…
 
Emmanuel Seuge is quietly pioneering how big companies can use venture investments to push innovation within a large org.Over the past three years, his team has invested in companies ranging from Spotify to Endomondo to gain insight, access and innovation experience from entrepreneurs. We sat down with him in LA to pick his brain about what he has …
 
According to Forbes BarkBox is one of the leading brands on Instagram so try to some easy tricks from Val who manages that Bark & Co's influencer network of very famous online dogs called BarkPack. This community of over 400 famous dogs is now one of BarkBox biggest sales channel and a good example how an innovative use of social media can make a m…
 
We talk to the always insightful and kind Beth Comstock (GE's CMO)about how big companies can work with startups and how she is making a company with over 300.000 people more entrepreneurial. Hear also what founders can learn about scaling from corporations - and why Beth is hosting ancient philosophy discussion dinners. Recorded in LA at the #Ptto…
 
We talk to Harvard Business Press author Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg about tricks for becoming more creative, on how much risk to take, tips for selling ideas to your boss and the dangers of the Hawaii shirt syndrome. Produced by: Henrik Werdelin.Read the whole transcript and summery here: http://wp.me/pXSFV-JiMore info on: Prehype: prehype.comThomas…
 
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