Lars Larsen, Bjarke Ingels and Jens Martin Skibsted were all successful entrepreneurs in architecture and design, when they worked separately in Kilo Design, BIG and Skibsted Ideation. Nevertheless they joined forces and together created KiBiSi, which made them an even stronger and more diverse unit.
In 2007 Lærke Hein and her brother opened a restaurant/bar/club/art project named Karriere. They changed the nightlife culture in Copenhagen by locating the bar in an highly unusual location; the abandoned Meatpacking District.
Kristian Riis is a member of Nephew – one of the most successful bands in Denmark. Riis also founded Volcano; a music management, booking and concert promotion agency that delivers a wide range of entertainment including the Danish FROST Festival.
This post is about an extremely fine Danish children’s book called “Lily Bitten”. The book is in Danish so I will switch to my native tongue as well, enjoy!
Jonas Hartz has an extensive experience within the cultural and creative spheres of entrepreneurship. And he is ready to pass down his knowledge as a Rebel Academy mentor.
Anders is the director of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Policy at the Danish Enterprise and Construction Authority and to top it of he is also a PhD in economics.
Christer Windeløv-Lidzélius, the CEO and principle of the KaosPilots, is the latest addition to the Rebel Academy mentor board.
Mette Ohlendorff has joined the Rebel Academy mentor board! Mette is a New Media Designer (BA) and Cultural Producer (MA) who has developed, executed and led numerous large ArtRebels projects during the past five years.
Sophie Hardinger is one of two founders of Wonderland. The idea behind Wonderland became a reality when the two partners turned their bachelor project into a business idea.