Obsessed with technology and innovation, Damir loves speaking to entrepreneurs, and companies, from Startup to Fortune 1000, about how innovation can drive their business into the future. Damir’s goal is to inspire others in their own startups and growing businesses. He is comfortable with large audiences, and two things separate him from other speakers:
He is a businessperson who happens to speak, rather than a “motivational speaker,” “professional speaker,” or a “guru.”
He customizes each speech for the audience. He needs one face-to-face or virtual meeting before the event to insure he does his best. A good speech requires knowing your business.
Damir has spoken for a diverse collection of organizations including the Worth Magazine investor conference, Oxford University, and the University of Berkeley. He has been interviewed on television and radio numerous times. He has also spoken on and moderated panels on entrepreneurship and venture capital.
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Entrepreneur Myths: How to Avoid the Pitfalls of Starting and Growing Your Business
He can help entrepreneurs from seed to hyper growth stages of the company life cycle reveal and dispel the entrepreneur myths that can prevent entrepreneurs from reaching their full potential of success and growth. His 25 years of experience taught him valuable lessons while investing into more than 25 startups and growing companies in Silicon Valley. Based on his book Entrepreneur Myths: The Startup Reality. How to Avoid the Pitfalls of Starting and Growing Your Business (2012)
The Art of War: Sun Tzu Applied to Business
This speech offers valuable business lessons from Damir’s experiences with startups, marketing, management, innovation and finance based on current market conditions while applying the strategic teachings of the greatest military strategist of all time, Sun Tzu: The Art of War. Based on the online video series: The Art of War: Sun Tzu Applied to Business.
Soccerpreneur: Soccer Thinking, Strategies and Methods Applied to Businesss
This speech provides insights about how team sports transcends into developing highly effective teams through small or large business organizations. You can learn many business lessons by watching and observing the best soccer players and coaches in the world. Based on his book Soccerpreneur: Everything You Need to Know About Business, You Can Learn on the Soccer Pitch (2016).
This speech illustrates how to incorporate fun and enthusiasm in any workplace. This speech is ideal for startups and Fortune 1000 companies wanting to inspire their employees to maximum performance. Based on the upcoming books Soccerpreneur: Everything You Need to Know About Business, You Can Learn on the Soccer Pitch (2016) and Entreprenetics: The Psychology of the Entrepreneur Mind (2018).
When inspiration meets innovation. This speech demonstrates how to use anything and everything around you to trigger your mind to develop disruptive innovations in your business. This speech is for companies of all sizes who wish to increase and improve their innovation rate in their company. Based on the upcoming book Entreprenetics: The Psychology of the Entrepreneur Mind (2018).
This speech provides the fundamentals and nuances of raising capital for your startup or growing business. It covers topics such as the psychology behind raising money, the tools required to raise capital and the process of raising money. The intended audience is entrepreneurs in the seed to growth stages of any business in any sector.
Starting and Growing a Company
This speech is tailored to the startup business from planning, through launch and growth. It covers ideation, innovation, branding, raising money and more. This topic is ideal for young entrepreneurs, as well as experienced entrepreneurs seeking to take their startup to the next level. Based on the book Entrepreneur Myths: The Startup Reality. How to Avoid the Pitfalls of Starting and Growing Your Business (2012).
Entreprenetics: The Psychology of the Entrepreneur Mind
This speech explores the psychology of the entrepreneur mind, offering in-depth examples of various psychological elements that form a great entrepreneur mind—whether the person is an entrepreneur or an employee of a Fortune 1000 company. It supports the concept of why every employee needs to think like an entrepreneur.
Based on Entreprenetics: The Psychology of the Entrepreneur Mind (2018).
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