Serial entrepreneur since birth, I co-created various companies, co-authored an award winning screenplay, served as ambassador to UNESCO, consulted for various global entities. Then moved to the US. Where I'm redefining global philanthropy first by Nexus Global Youth Summit and now Project Echelon.Describe what you have done, what you are doing, and the kinds of things you are interested in.
Daniel co-created numerous companies, including Europe's first supplier of 100% clean and sustainable energy, a cell phone service provider, an international consulting house focusing on executive talent management and gender equality, a product development agency, a new presence on the consulting market in the States, selling consigliere services as well as been member of numerous company and organization boards, such as the board of directors of the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies, Danish Evaluation Institute and FEMAs Strategic Foresight Initiative.
Summer 2011 he moved to New York City immediately following the Nexus: Global Youth Summit on Innovative Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurship, which he co-founded, in charge of visions, development, production and execution.
As of January 2012 Daniel works at The Economist Ideas Lab, developing new initiatives for brand extension, products and services.Describe the most impressive thing you've done.