Matt-Levine-Founder-of-ValueTrace-clind-article-interview-learning-inspirations

Former Corporate Developer at Andreessen Horowitz and founder of ValueTrace, the software that helps companies make better decisions about the SaaS licenses they purchase, Matt Levine shares with us his favorite books and his learning habits.

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Svenia-Busson-Founder-of-LearnSpace-clind-article-interview-learning-inspirations-linkedin

Svenia Busson, founder of LearnSpace – the first EdTech accelerator in France – is an EdTech entrepreneur and explorer. She co-founded the Edtech Tours in 2015 and since then has been traveling the world to shed light on the best practices in Education innovation. In all, she has travelled to 19 countries and wrote a series of articles and reports. For her latest tour in Europe, she was asked to write a book that tells the stories of 24 initiatives that are shaping the future of education and learning: Exploring The Future of Education. To write this book in English, Svenia was assisted by talented writer Sairica Rose. Svenia is now supporting organizations in their learning and transformation via LearnSpace.

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Rand Leeb-du Toit, Author & Heart Transplant Survivor

Rand Leeb-du Toit was an international speaker, lawyer, venture capitalist, and serial entrepreneur until his sudden cardiac death in 2014. This experience transformed him and brought him back to his passion for writing. Following a heart transplant in 2019, he started to focus all of his attention on inspiring others with hope, love, and a little magic.

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Gilles-Raymond-Founder-and-CEO-at-Letsmeet-clind-article-interview-learning-inspirations

Gilles Raymond is founder and CEO at Letsmeet. Gilles is a tech fan. He was the first to write a thesis on Artificial Intelligence in 1995 and launched the world’s first downloadable game in 2000. Gilles was the main founder of News Republic, which he sold in 2016 for $57 million.

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kevin dufraisse growth hacking

Kevin started getting interested in entrepreneurship in high school, where he had several side projects with friends. Most of these projects weren’t very successful, but they got him interested in the ecosystem. Kevin recently founded a growth hacking course that already has more than 600 alumnis.

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