Dutchman, Martijn Aslander, to challenge business leaders at Finance Indaba

martijnMartijn Aslander, technology philosopher and international speaker. (Image source: martijnaslander.international)Lifehacker, globally renowned guest speaker, and thought leader Martijn Aslander will once again return to the stage at the Finance Indaba at Sandton Convention Centre from 10 - 13 October 2017 to captivate audiences with his idiosyncratic mix of inspiration, confusion, information and entertainment

This charismatic Dutchman has grown in popularity in South Africa as a ‘board room sparring partner' and always challenges business leaders, forcing his audience to think outside the box. 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.

As an explorer of the information age, Martijn Aslander's insights into networking and new technology helps leaders of global brands future-proof their operations. By teaching them to think differently about sales and influence, he helps prepare businesses for the new economy.

The audience must fasten their seatbelts for a thought provoking session. Martijn Aslander revels in confusing his audiences, but is also one of the most inspirational speakers about doing business in an age of networks and information.

Titled ‘The future of networks and information society that is already here’, he will discuss why it is no longer about what one owns or what one knows, but about one’s attitude and one’s ability to adapt.

In his presentation titled ‘Doing Business Beyond Money - using the resources that are at your disposal’, Martijn Aslander will explain how to do more with less money, less paper, less stress and more impact.

“Buckle up because this roller-coaster keynote will forever change the way you look at the future of big corporates and the idea of ownership. You will learn how a phenomenon like Do It Yourself, the Swarm and Permanent Beta can forever change and improve the future of South Africa,” he warns.

Martijn Aslander offers a fascinating view on how one can mobilise an endless amount of knowledge, and benefit from resources and ideas in one’s network in his presentation titled ‘Guerrilla tactics for personal development: taking the fast lane to learning smart and fast.’

“All you need to do is ask and make smarter use of the tools that are at your disposal to get things done and learn. I will illustrate via inspiring examples that learning smart and fast is a mindset. It will open your eyes to new possibilities,” he concludes.

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