The latest from Norselab
08 Oct 2020
As part of their commitment to investing in growth companies with positive impact on people and the planet, Norselab announces that they have become a signatory of the United Nations-supported Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) as of September 4th.
Blog 06 Mar 2020
When I first started writing this blogpost, the dust from last year’s International Women’s Day debates had hardly settled. Headlines and debates early 2019 were heavily skewed towards the absence of women on the entrepreneurial scene and the apparent lack of interest for investments among women.
Blog 21 Jan 2020
Wherever you work in the business world, identifying the values of your organization brings the benefit of a strong and healthy company culture and empowered employees. However, your values will only bring value if they spring from true beliefs and convictions, and if you have the courage to let them serve as your organization’s behavioral compass.
Blog 19 Dec 2019
According to neuroscientists, we make about 35 000 small and big decisions every day*. In business, we collectively make decisions that are sometimes widely important – but how do we know whether those decisions are as good as they should be?
Blog 07 Oct 2019
Building a company from scratch is generally a rough patch. As an investor, choosing which startups to bet on can be equally challenging. In fact, taking the best from both worlds might be the best way to build successful companies. Here is why I think co-founding is a superior model for shortening the time from startup to sweet spot.
Blog 20 Sep 2019
Why do we all keep adopting traditional management methods? They were originally designed to de-skill and routinize work - the extreme opposite of what the knowledge workers of our era need.
Blog 19 Aug 2019
My whole life has been about starting new ventures. What I really love is digging into the actual work of curating first-rate ideas and creating robust and scalable companies together with sharp and determined people. That’s why I became a founder in the first place.