Martijn

Technology Philosopher, International Speaker

Martijn Aslander

Technology Philosopher, International Speaker

Martijn Aslander

Martijn Aslander looks at the world through a societal and economical lens. He explains the effects of new technologies on society and the economy. He describes current and future implications of these developments on the networked information society. He is a hands-on inspirator who synthesizes much of what is going on in this world, what visionary authors, scientists and thinkers have to say about this. Martijn merges this into a comprehensible picture of what is going on and what it means for organisations, business models, markets and innovation.

Martijn Aslander is a thought leader, public speaker and executive sparring partner. His unique ability to challenge business leaders and help them to think outside of the box has landed him in boardrooms all over the world. As an explorer of the information age, his insights into networking and new technology help leaders of global brands future-proof their operations. By teaching them to think differently about sales and influence, Martijn helps prepare businesses for the new economy. He is an international expert in value creation, marketing 2.0, complementary economics, networking and life-hacking, with disruptive views on social and information capital. He is also an internationally sought-after public speaker with a reputation for captivating, confusing, entertaining, informing and inspiring audiences in The Netherlands, his home country, and abroad. For him, it’s not just about effecting a paradigm shift; it’s about a better world.

Martijn

Martijn Aslander is a stand-up philosopher, boardroom sparring partner and co- author of the bestsellers Easycratie (Easycracy) and Nooit Af (The Permanent Beta Principle). He built the largest dolmen in the world, cofounded Lifehacking.nl and Permanent Beta ('bridging brains, tech and culture'). Both on stage and in his publications he passionately maps technology's complex impact on society.

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