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Digital Platform Brings The Sharing Economy Ethos To Interior Design World

A London-based home-decor sharing platform is enabling consumers to rapidly refurbish their homes, and is poised to change the dynamics of the interiors industry by embracing the sharing economy concept

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Special event centereon winning strategies for DTC retail

January 16, 2019 | New York City
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Walter de Brouwer is the founder and CEO of Scanadu, a NASA Ames Research-based company with the mission of putting the diagnostic power of a hospital in the hands of the consumer, modeled after the fictional tricorder once imagined in Star Trek. Walter is a Belgian-born technology entrepreneur. He started Scanadu in 2010 after a life-altering family emergency. His goal is to build a suite of smartphone-esque medical tools that reimagine access to healthcare for the people. Prior to Scanadu, de Brouwer ran One Laptop Per Child Europe and founded Starlab. His companies were involved in two IPOs and the merger of Eunet with Qwest Communications (now CenturyLink).

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