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Arash Aazami

Arash Aazami

System Innovator. Logicus. Entrepreneur. Awarded Speaker of The Year 2016.

Category
Business & Management, Energy, Climate & Environment, Politics, Culture, Music & Society
Type
Expert | Thought leader, Business leader | Entrepeneur
Employability
Keynote speaker, Breakout session, Master class
Languages
EN NL
Origin
Niger (Afrika)

Timeline

  • 2017
  • Arash lanceert Universalright.org t.b.v. energietoegang voor ieder mens
  • 2015
  • Arash verlaat zijn bedrijf en richt adviesbureau Kamangir op
  • 2010
  • Arash ontwikkelt de Path to Zero en richt 's werelds eerste anti-energiebedrijf op

Biography

Arash (1977) is a purpose-driven entrepreneur and innovator, who seamlessly merges his experiences in social entrepreneurship in the energy sector and digital tech, how blockchain technologies accelerate humanity’s transition into the next society, and storytelling skills into an experience his audiences best describe as “a journey through his mind”.

Born half Persian, half Dutch and raised in Niger, West Africa, he first pursued careers in music and tech, until he became director of a Dutch energy supplier in 2006. In 2010 he founded the world’s first energy company that earns more as it sells less energy. Arash is now chairman of Universalright.org, developing a global energy exchange platform to support an “Internet of Energy”, enabling users world-wide to “download as well as upload” energy from abundant renewable resources, democratizing access to clean, renewable energy. Besides his work for Universalright.org, Arash is a faculty member at Singularity University. He also is a mentor of social entrepreneurship at INSEAD Business School in Paris and he advises the European Commission and the Dutch government on long term strategies for energy and digitalization. Arash lives by the motto “Dream, Develop, Do”.

Employability

Keynote speaker
Breakout session
Master class

Speaker

  • Energy
  • Economy
  • Next Society
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Durability

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