Top investor Albert Wenger at GDI

Albert Wenger is one of the most successful investors in the world. At GDI’s Future of Work conference, he will speak about the unconditional basic income and a new kind of economic system. Sign up now!
1 January, 2010 by
Top investor Albert Wenger at GDI
GDI Gottlieb Duttweiler Institute
On 4 May, leading thinkers from the worlds of business, politics and science will meet at GDI to discuss the Future of Work
  • Yanis Varoufakis, former Minister of Finance for Greece
  • Natalie Foster, former Obama advisor and sharing economy expert
  • Andrew Stern former president of the largest US trade union and close advisor of Barack Obama
  • Erik Brynjolfsson, professor at MIT
  • Nell Abernathy, director of programs for strategy and research at the Roosevelt Institute think tank
Also participating in what is arguably the most significant conference on the subject worldwide is Albert Wenger, one of the US’s most important investors and a partner at venture capital firm Union Square Ventures. His successful investments include big names such as Twitter, Tumblr and Kickstarter. Wenger recently gave an interview to business magazine
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On the role of computers:

On a world in total upheaval:

On the decreasing value of work:

On freedom through unconditional basic income:

On the digital revolution as an opportunity:

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