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Jane Walerud

Persuaded Ericsson's management to release Erlang Open Source (​Walerud Ventures​)

​Jane builds companies, often around technical ideas. She's done well since persuading Ericsson to release Erlang open source, with Klarna, Tobii, Lensway, and eleven other companies on her lipstick case since selling Bluetail in 2000. Her returns are more than 60% annual ROI since 2002 on average.​ She is the Co-founder & CEO of Bluetail. She invested in Klarna before incorporation and is on the Executive Chair of Lensway.

Jane is also a member of the Swedish government's Innovation Council, a member and gold medalist of the Royal Academy of Engineering, a member of SUP46 Hall of Fame and holds an Honorary doctorate, KTH.

Upcoming conferences:

Jane Walerud
Code BEAM Lite Munich 2018

Which startup should you choose - given that you'll be building in Erlang or Elixir

Jane shares her experience from 15 startups - some successful (Bluetail, Klarna), some not - and teaching many startup courses. Overall, her startups have gone pretty well; she's gotten over 60% annual return on investment since 2002. 

What should you look for in a startup or a startup idea?

OBJECTIVES

Give people tools and a framework for thinking about startups. Have fun.

AUDIENCE

Those who are thinking about starting a company or joining a startup.

Past conferences

Jane Walerud
Code BEAM STO 2018
31 May 2018
11.35 - 12.20

Choosing which company to start

OBJECTIVES

One person in the audience decides to test their startup idea, and another decides not to.

AUDIENCE

​Aspiring entrepreneurs

 

 

Media

Videos: 1

Jane Walderud - Choosing which company to start - Code BEAM STO