Author: Jutta Jerlich
This Edition Number 19 was something
Even when so many things go wrong, the evening can still turn out as a great one. The best comment I have ever heard was „Surgery on the open heart“ as one if our newest #FunBasel fans put it.
It was an exclusive evening with Guido, a Swiss Executive and Entrepreneur who shared a few of his numerous fuckup stories from his time in China and what he learned from them on a professional and personal level. The Basel Community loves the Q&A sessions after each story and he managed to answer all questions from our audience.
A really unique character went to China helping a startup to become International and became a serial Entrepreneur. The list of his fuckups is much longer than the success list. Among them his own Electronic Dance Music label, the first international fashion weeks in Tianjin or the honor to organize the 2011 Real Madrid C.F China Tour for Centurion. Coming back to his home country Switzerland he co-founded LiVE! Technologies Ltd and became their CTO.
Take a least one night of sleep before you act on a new idea.
Where are you working now? is one of the questions that always comes. Guido is back in corporate for a challenging and interesting role and a strong supporter of our mission to speak about failure as well as success in every context.
The second part of the evening
was dedicated to what can go wrong on Fvckup Nights. Yes, we have Fvckups too and we decided once and for all that we are and will be completely transparent about it. We are actually happy about them because it brings our community together. The discussion started after the last volume. It was so important, a couple of people from the community were part of it, so dear to us that we decided to continue it on stage.
Thank youuuu for all the positive feedback and your thoughts.
Thank you to the team of the evening: Olga Quesada, Cindy Picolo, Michael Lohse and Robert Leypoldt .
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