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The Global Startup Movement - Startup Ecosystem Leaders, Global Entrepreneurship, and Emerging Market Innovation

Host Andrew Berkowitz interviews startup founders, ecosystem builders, investors, emerging market players, and economic development thought leaders about the startup ecosystems in their cities.
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Nov 7, 2017

Dale Beaumont is best known as an award-winning technology entrepreneur, international speaker and the author of 16 best-selling books. Having started his first business at the age of 19, Dale went on to build three different million dollar companies before the age of thirty. One of these companies saw Dale write and publish 16 best-selling books, which have collectively sold over a quarter of a million copies. This was followed by the launch of Business Blueprint, an education company designed to help fellow entrepreneurs build the business of their dreams. Then in 2016 Dale and his team launched BRiN, the world’s first business advisor powered by artificial intelligence. BRiN is a smart-phone App that is capable of providing personalized education and human-like support to every entrepreneur on the planet, all at the same time. Plus to assist BRiN to do her job Dale and his team have developed a library of over 1000 TV quality business education videos. On this episode you'll learn: Where does Dale think AI’s current shortcomings are that the market might have overinflated expectations? Which city in Australia does Dale see becoming the Australian hub for Artificial Intelligence startups? How doe Dale think entrepreneurs should balance putting effort into their personal brand vs. their business or does he think building a successful company will speak for itself? How has Dale seen entrepreneurship and the attitude towards entrepreneurs in Australia change since he started his first company at 19?

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