To say that the entrepreneurial spirit was there early is putting it mildly. At the age of 14, Wouter Glaser (40) started his first company: an online magazine. Better known are the PR agencies he founded. Both Glasnost and Fitzgerald still have a turnover of millions. Quote called him a “PR oracle.”
In 2020, he sold Glasnost – with 40 employees and four million euros in turnover – to agency Ace, where he subsequently worked as chief growth officer and managing director. But entrepreneurial blood runs where it can’t go. With ‘scaleup studio’ Go Delphi, Wouter wants to coach other entrepreneurs in growing and making a good exit. Why did he decide to go into business again? You will hear this on Tuesday between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
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Every week an entrepreneur pitches his or her brilliant plan on the air. This time Kadir Ahmed (34) comes to talk about his halal snacks. He became known for his sausage rolls, which are now on the shelves at Jumbo and Dirk van den Broek. Last year he generated almost 1 million euros in turnover. Why is he looking for investors? Kadir tells you that in the broadcast.
De Ondernemer Live can be seen on Tuesday, November 7 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. via the homepage of De Ondernemer and can be heard via New Business Radio.