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Entrepreneurship Is the Craft of Taking Risks With Radu Negulescu From Sessions

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Radu Negulescu discovered entrepreneurship when he was still a teenager and didn’t legally have the right to own a company. Since then he has been running multiple successful businesses.

While still in university, Radu Negulescu founded Trencadis, a company developing IT solutions for governmental institutions and businesses. Trencadis was recognized as one of the fastest-growing companies in Central Europe by Deloitte. Е-government is a field that deeply interest Radu. In the episode he says: “I have a super strong belief that the relationship between citizens and states has to be frictionless. In a hundred years from now citizens all over the world will not interact with the state physically. Everything will happen automatically”.

During the pandemic, Radu Negulescu appointed a seasoned manager to run Trencadis to jump-start a new venture.

His company Sessions was founded on the verge of transitioning toward remote and hybrid work. Sessions’ mission is to solve the problem of unproductive meetings and help teams communicate more effectively. 

In the episode, Radu Negulescu shares his perspective on the future of hybrid work. 

As he reflects on his journey from a teen entrepreneur, through an university-drop-out, to a serial entrepreneur, Radu explains:

“Entrepreneurship is the craft of taking risks to build something from nothing”. 

In the episode you’ll also hear why Radu believes management is different from leadership, what is his theoretical framework about the nature of information, and why he’s a metaverse sceptic. Hint: “Technology should be a supporting instrument in doing our jobs better. It’s something that enhances our capabilities, not something we need to immerse in.”

Don’t miss the previous episode! Tune in to step in the shoes of a seasoned investor and get to know his decision-making process with Dan Mihaescu from GapMinder VC. 

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