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Yuri van Geest

Yuri van Geest

Bestselling Author Exponential Organizations. Founder and Ambassador SingularityU The Netherlands.

Category
Business & Management, Energy, Climate & Environment, Communications & IT
Type
Expert | Thought leader, Business leader | Entrepeneur, Business coach | Mentor
Employability
Keynote speaker, Expert, Master class
Languages
EN NL
Origin
The Netherlands

Biography

Yuri van Geest is co-author of the (Amazon) bestselling book called Exponential Organizations with Salim Ismail, Mike Malone and Peter Diamandis. The book is about the fundamentally new ways startups and corporates are organized internally and externally to deal with disruption, exponential technologies and accelerated change. The is the first book by Singularity University Press globally. 

Yuri (MSc. in Strategic Management, Marketing & Innovation) is a passionate professional, author, international keynote speaker and entrepreneur on exponential emerging technologies. He has a strong background in corporates , agencies, central government and startups and his own innovation company Trend8.

Yuri is the Dutch Ambassador of Singularity University, Managing Director of the Singularity University Summit Europe and a triple alumnus of the Singularity University, Exponential Medicine and Exponential Finance. He was co-founder/lead organizer of successful corporate hackatons and non-profit events & communities like Quantified Self Europe and Amsterdam, Mobile Monday Amsterdam, Lean Startup NL and TEDxAmsterdam. Yuri was a key member of the Topteam Creative Industry within the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation in the central Dutch government which focused on driving innovation at the ecosystem level.

 

Employability

Keynote speaker
Expert
Master class

Speaker

Yuri  van Geest is a thought leader and expert on Singularity. This means on all future technology:
ICT, biotech (DNA reading and writing), nanotech, neurotech, robotics, artificial intelligence, new energy, brain computer interfaces, 3D printers and the space industry.

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