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The story of building Wetransfer into a globally loved product

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An inspiring evening for creatives, entrepreneurs, startups and investors about building a global, cool, simple platform that changed the way we transfer files.

Oslo, Norway (venue TBA)

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Starter Motivation

Nalden has a brilliant story on how he has built WeTransfer into a leading global player for file transferring. With his experience of over 10 years of being a famous blogger as well as a successful entrepreneur (Presentplus, Kuvva), he is a great example to any entrepreneural spirit. A rare combination of design, marketing and technical talents. Let's hear his story on stage!

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A self-made entrepreneur who started ‘playing around’ with technology and the internet when he was 13-years old. Nalden loves to awaken possibilities in other people. His optimism & enthusiasm is extremely contagious and he managed to built a reputation with his blog Nalden.net and his first start-up WeTransfer.
“I’ve been blogging for over 10 years, all about lifestyle for digital natives. It’s never been about trends, more a collection of curated observations. It was my creative outlet that allowed me to share everything I like with like-minded people around the world.” – Nalden

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How do you turn a seemingly boring service like file sharing into a successful and cool brand? TNW CEO Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten talks to Nalden to discover how Nalden has grown WeTransfer into a sexy company, focusing on his strategies around design & product, team culture and marketing.




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