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Corporate Unplugged puts the light on impact makers in business. In an informal and seriously playful way, Vesna Lucca is talking to people transforming business – entrepreneurs, leaders, activists, and other heroes from the business world, celebrities as well as hidden gems. It is a stripped-down dialogue with people from all over the world who share their dreams, experiences and what they would never give up. Listen, get inspired and share!
 
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Nina Siemiatkowski is the founder and CEO of Milkywire, a platform that brings people who want to improve our world closer to the people in the field who are working to protect and restore our planet. Milkywire is a crowdfunding platform that lets you connect with and support grassroots NGOs that fight climate change, preserve wildlife, protect and…
 
Laurent “Larry” Leksell is the co-founder of Elekta, a global company that is pushing the boundaries of radiation therapy to provide access for advanced, high-quality cancer care. While studying at the Stockholm School of Economics, Larry jumped into entrepreneurship with his father who had a passion in cancer research. Larry now sits as a chairman…
 
Markus Lehto is a Utopian, an expert generalist. He’s also the co-founder of Joint Idea and Lifeworks Labs and the co-founder of the global community - Love Mafia. Born in Canada with Finnish traditions and culture, life took him on a path across the world as a professional in consulting, investment banking and real estate development. He's based i…
 
“Business leaders should be ready to be challenged by young people. I feel we have ended up in this patriarchal system with CEOs and leaders who do not want to be confronted by the young generations.” Meet Zakaria Bekkali, a 22 year old with a wise head on young shoulders. Zak is a graduate student at the London School of Economics and Political Sc…
 
We’ve all suffered from ‘Not Enough Syndrome’ at some point in our lives. “In our relentless pursuit for external validation, we've lost sight with the fact that validation actually comes from within always, and I think that actually applies to business and products.” Tara Schuster was told early on to pick a lane and stick with it. She couldn’t be…
 
You might think it an impossible task to find inspiration in these troubled times. But according to Jen Grace Baron, co-founder and Chief Inspiration Officer at InspireCorps, an inspiration strategy firm that partners with organisations to drive business growth and also innovation, it’s precisely during times like these when we are most likely to f…
 
When Roberto Verganti first appeared on Corporate Unplugged, his episode quickly became one of the most listened to interviews on the show. Two years on, Roberto, Professor of Leadership and Innovation at Politecnico di Milano, currently founder and Director of The Garden-Center for Design and Leadership at Stockholm School of Economics, joins Vesn…
 
What makes a really listenable podcast? Is it a great production value? A plethora of interesting guests? A personable host? Whatever it is, Kristoffer Triumf, host of popular Swedish podcast Värvet, has figured the podcast magic out. Kristoffer is a popular podcaster and host of Värvet, Sweden's favourite podcast. What makes the podcast so incredi…
 
The idea that the smallest innovation can cause the biggest disruption doesn’t just apply to products and things, it applies to people too, says Whitney Johnson, the world renowned expert on disruptive innovation and personal disruption. This is a person with 1.7 million LinkedIn followers, the one who was selected as a Top Voice in 2018, so she kn…
 
What would you do if you were misdiagnosed with an autoimmune disease as a teenager, subsequently spending 10 years undergoing major surgeries, having 3 organs removed and over 40 hospitalisations, and then once in remission find yourself sabotaged, sexually abused and harassed early in your career in Silicon Valley? Some people might shy away from…
 
What if you knew that mastering the art of public speaking was easy? That you could transform your business, your career and your life by getting to grips with this one skill? That you could find yourself a member of a global community with a hub (and a welcoming home) in every city around the world? Well, that’s just what Eric Edmeades is on a mis…
 
Reynir Indahl isn’t just a man who talks the talk, he is a man who walks the walk. Having had a wobble as he turned 40, questioning what he was doing and what impact he was having on the world, Reynir, much to his family and friends confusion, turned his back on his successful career in finance in order to focus on being a solution to the world’s m…
 
If we want to change the world, instead of fighting against the system from the outside, how about taking a leaf out of Maria Cristina Papetti’s life book, and try to change the world from the inside? “Being an activist, that is not easy, because you need a lot of energy, a lot of passion. But from the outside, always fighting all the time against …
 
In this podcast: Changing cultural perceptions of parenthood and work Designing a learning experience around parenthood Riccarda’s dream for Ma’am is that they become useless with no more clients Why Riccarda is passionate about making sense and maintaining consistency What makes a business work today is what will hinder its growth in the future Wh…
 
The Future of Education With A Techno Optimist Raya Bidshahri is a serial entrepreneur, writer, educator, futurist and keynote speaker. She has been described as a techno optimist, a communicator of popular science, and an advocate of curiosity, critical thinking, wonder, and awe. Raya is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Awecademy, a futu…
 
Nicklas Bergman has spent the past 25 years working as an entrepreneur and a technology investor, mostly focusing on investments and business development in emerging markets. A couple of years ago he embarked on a journey to understand where technology is taking us and if we are ready for the upcoming tech storm. Today Nicklas talks about accepting…
 
Today’s guest is the Founder and Executive Chairman of Copia Global, Tracey Turner. Passionate about social businesses, social investing and international development, Tracey talks to us about using capitalism to end global poverty. Inspired by a class she took in her first semester at Dartmouth called “The Politics of Starvation,” and by her trave…
 
What if you knew exactly what you wanted, and went after it without a doubt? Today, TEDx keynote speaker Chris Baldwin talks about the importance of gaining clarity through curiosity, action-taking, and adventure, why your success is measured by your impact on others, the difference between happiness and fulfillment, and how storytelling is the cor…
 
Sahar Hashemi is a keynote speaker, author, entrepreneur, and powerful authority on innovation. She is the co-founder of Coffee Republic, the first UK coffee bar chain, and she created Skinny Candy, the guilt-free confectionery brand. Today Sahar talks about her new book “Startup Forever,” abandoning institutionalized corporate culture, bringing 10…
 
Marco Bertini is professor of marketing at ESADE Business School, Barcelona. He is a co-founder of the school’s Institute for Data-Driven Decisions, and previously served as department chair. He completed his doctoral studies at Harvard Business School and was previously on the faculty of the London Business School. Today Marco talks about the shif…
 
Mark Sullivan is the acclaimed author of 18 novels including the #1 New York Times best selling Private series, which he writes with James Patterson, and Mark has received numerous awards for his writing. Today Mark talks about how the impossible just takes a little longer, the power of a story to change people’s lives, following your heart to find…
 
Sangbreeta Moitra is a voice of the millennial future. She’s a speaker, global strategist, and startup mentor, and she’s on a mission to make our future human-centric by transforming mindset and behaviors that trigger exponential change. Today Sangbreeta talks about making our future human-centric, change and transformation in organizations, being …
 
Hollis Carter is a serial entrepreneur from the digital space with an incredible background in internet marketing, sales, and strategy, with? a modern-day philosopher’s outlook on life, and zest for living. Today, Hollis talks about the Baby Bathwater Institute, maintaining balance when working with a partner, transparency in leadership, the import…
 
Dorota Stanczyk is an award winning Polish visual artist, creative director, documentary filmmaker, speaker, and writer. Today Dorota talks about the intersection between fine arts and personal growth, what conscious creativity means and how to achieve it, the importance of self love, learning to be present, reuniting with ourselves, and learning h…
 
Tiffany Dufu is the founder & CEO of The Cru, a peer coaching service for women looking to accelerate their professional and personal growth, and the author of the bestselling book “Drop The Ball”. Today Tiffany talks about why it’s so important to have a support network, why we need to be more intentional, what she learned from millennials, the at…
 
Sam Conniff Allende is a multi-award winning serial entrepreneur, bestselling author, consultant, coach and public speaker on innovation, entrepreneurship, marketing, leadership and youth. Today he talks about how to create good trouble, the dark side of scaling up, why we need to take more action, how role models have changed, why we should all em…
 
Michaëla Berglund is the CEO of executive recruitment company Michaël Berglund. Today Michaëla talks about the positive shift in the Swedish corporate environment, what makes a good leader, why purpose-driven companies are so popular right now, why it’s important for companies to focus more on the present rather than on the future, why we should al…
 
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