Ep 100. Freddie Laker: How does a creative, serial entrepreneur turn confidence into results?
Feb 18, 2017 · 1 hr 1 min
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Show notes, tools and resources: www.feisworld.com/blog/freddie-laker

Today, I'm joined by Freddie Laker who is a British-American entrepreneur and the founder of the tech startup Guide, and most recently Chameleon Collective and Code Orange. Prior to launching these companies, he launched the Internet service provider Laker.net and the digital agency iChameleon Group. He worked at SapientNitro (now known as SapientRazorfish) where we met in 2009, as the company's Vice President of Global Marketing Strategy

He is also the son of Sir Freddie Laker, the founder of British airline Laker Airways.

In this episode, you will hear firsthand, never-heard-before stories from Freddie Laker Jr., a serial entrepreneur who's daring in trying new things (especially related to computers and new forms of technologies). His origin stories growing up as a British-American, living in both countries. One important lesson he had to learn from his father, Sir Freddie Laker, when he was a teenager. The success and struggle of running multiple startups and what Freddie would have done the same or differently retrospectively.

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