A personal, inspiring and moving story about how entrepreneurship can be amazingly right and painfully wrong. Read more ...
The important answer to why some companies end up owning an entire industry, and why others fail. Read more ...
If your company is not your obsession, you will never conquer the world. The most toxic thing in a startup environment is having an exit strategy. Read more ...
Jonathan Low decided to start JumpStory to change the future of digital marketing. In this inspiring key note he will talk about life before and after AI. Read more ...
The Beautiful Mind of Entrepreneurs
Jonathan Low is an award-winning, serial entrepreneur from Scandinavia. He has been named Entrepreneur of the Year and written two #1 bestsellers about entrepreneurship and marketing.
Apart from being a successful entrepreneur, Low also knows the dark side of the creative mind. Having suffered from work-related stress, depression and ending up spending 3 months in a mental hospital to get well again, he has experienced personally, how the creative brain of an entrepreneur can be both beautiful and painful.
In this motivating, moving and uplifting keynote, Jonathan Low will share his personaly story about the ups and lows. From national champion in badminton to award-winning entrepreneur and to the mental hospital and back. He will also share the latest research about, why entrepreneurs, creatives and progress makers have a 30% increased risk of suffering from mental illnesses, and why dyslexia is massively overrepresented as well … and what we ought to do about it, so we can continue to win without losing.
This is a highly personal, thought-provoking, but most of all inspiring and uplifting story about the beautiful mind of entrepreneurs and creatives.
Creating the next Netflix
Jonathan Low is the co-founder of JumpStory. A Scandinavian startup with users in more than 120 countries and funded by heavy investors including the former CEO of Microsoft.
Jonathan Low has also written a number of bestselling books, where he has interviewed the founders of companies such as Spotify, Twitter, Airbnb and many others.
In this inspiring keynote he will share his learnings and secrets about how to copy, what all successful tech-startups have in common – their ability to offer users, what they don’t know that they want.
It’s the story about why neither Netflix, Spotify nor JumpStory have been successful because of their digital business models, but because of their aspiration to become champions in offering their customers the right solution - every single time.
Why exit strategies are toxic
Serial entrepreneur Jonathan Low is all about passion. He used to be a national champion and professional athlete in the sport of badminton, and he has founded 5 tech-companies.
Every time he has refused to focus on an exit strategy, even though his investors have asked for it again and again. Why? Because exit strategies, according to Low, are toxic to both passion and people.
In this thought-provoking and inspiring keynote, Danish award-winning entrepreneur Jonathan Low will share his inspiring story of more than 20 years as a serial entrepreneur, bestselling author and top-athlete.
He will explain why you should never start a company, unless it's an obsession and something you love. If you have an exit strategy, it’s not an obsession.
The future of AI in digital marketing
As AI continues to advance, so will the ability to use it to improve digital marketing strategies and provide valuable customer insights for companies.
In this though-provoking and down-to-earth keynote Jonathan Low will talk about AI and the future of digital marketing. With the ability to collect data, analyze it, apply it and then react to it, AI is revolutionizing digital marketing. As the amount of information on potential consumers grows, AI will become more important due to its ability to make data-based decisions quickly and accurately.
Low will show examples of how AI is changing digital marketing - including explaining why he decided to start his own growth AI-company JumpStory as a response to the lack of authenticity in the industry.
Today, JumpStory has customers in +140 countries and has been named "Netflix of images" by Forbes Magazine.