Silicon Harmonies – What can choir leaders learn from high-tech startups?

Jaka Levstek (SI)

Category: Business

Choirs and startups share many similarities. They both operate in significant uncertainty, they exist through passionate members, and they depend on the joyful experience they bring to audiences. Startup leaders have employed digital connectedness to increase their impact and choirs can learn from their stories.

JAKA LEVSTEK is an entrepreneur, mentor and lecturer. As a co-founder and CEO of D.Labs, he has helped to find product-market fit and scale over 60 tech startups, with three already becoming unicorns. Previously, he founded two tech companies, held management and consultancy roles in telecommunications, entertainment & media, and enterprise IT services. Jaka is Executive-in-Residence at Imperial College Business School, he holds guest lectures on entrepreneurial marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School, UCL, Lausanne University and LSE, is a long-standing mentor at top European accelerators and a published author on transparency in marketing.

Jaka Levstek (SI)

Co-funded by the European Union Creative Europe Programme.

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