V S E

Account Manager, Consumeo
Shanghai, China

About V

I'm passionate about

IPE, Economics (behavioural & trade theory), Business, Media, History

Universities

ESCI - UPF

Talk to me about

Great Restaurants/Culinary Experiences, Coffe/Tea, Positive Psychology, Start-up Ideas, Financial Markets, Sourcing/Procurement techniques, Sales Enablement and Geopolitics & Your Story

People don't know I'm good at

Identifying patterns and orientating myself

Favorite talks

Comments & conversations

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V S E
Posted over 3 years ago
Luis von Ahn: Massive-scale online collaboration
It is my firm believe that this world weaving internet collaboration is going to have a positive impact, no matter how we frame it. I would not consider it profiting but enabling, like part of a mechanism. I think it is a good force.
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Posted over 3 years ago
Thomas Suarez: A 12-year-old app developer
That was impressive. What I like the most is the part where he says "I had to convince my parents to pay the $99 fee for the AppStore" With this kind of economy the access to credit is much more simple. Sure that with Bustin Jieber or Earth Fortune at 0,79 € he didn´t take long to reach the break-even point and start making a profit. We still don´t grasp how much Steve Jobs has inspired these kids.
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Posted almost 4 years ago
Niall Ferguson: The 6 killer apps of prosperity
Certainly the comments have been numerous and the scale and scope of the conversation very much interesting. His worldview might be controversial, agreed. Some people here discredit the “killer apps” theory too easily, might be so. We are living through the Rise of the Rest, positively so. The influence and development of the West was all Evil and Destructive for the Rest... I think that is too simplistic. Those are my reductionist statements. But my main point is that talks like these, to a certain extent controversial and challenging, turn out to be a great source of debate and inspiration among many from East, West, North and South. If you realize, even if the subject might be confrontational, only one comment was deleted, and somehow that shows big progress.
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Posted almost 4 years ago
What's on your bucket list? What are some things that you want to do before you die?
Ok, so after having dinner with friends and in the comfort of my apartment let's see... now I would come up real quick with the following -not in order of priorities - 1) Drive through the great Ocean Road in Australia 2) See the Great Coral Reef 3) Go to Bali 4) Be a paradigm changer 5) Start a family 6) Own a house -maybe I'm not that much interesting?- 7) Start my own business 8) Make a documentary film I think 8 is enough now, I plan to write off half in a year :) (Not sure if possible yet, but the challenge is on)
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Posted almost 4 years ago
What's on your bucket list? What are some things that you want to do before you die?
Plant, grow, pick up and eat my own vegetables. Something my grandparents did -as a hobby and source of what we would now call "organic" food, was lost in my parent´s generation and I think I should do it at least ones again. I haven´t tasted tomatoes as delicious as those ones. Among many many other things but that is the first thing that came to mind right away, maybe I´m hungry? :D
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Posted about 4 years ago
Julian Treasure: 5 ways to listen better
To listen -understand, empathize, reflect, come to conclusions- and to speak up -voice your thoughts, ideas and points- one of today's most fragile equilibriums. See politics for instance.