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The New Game of Business | Ronen Gafni | TEDxJaffa

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Published on Sep 27, 2017

The old game of business is broken, it is no longer serving us.

Ronen Gafni, entrepreneur, author & game developer provides a fascinating insight into the new game of business.

Ronen takes you step by step to understanding the broken mechanism of the old game of business and how to redesign it into a one who is more collaborative, creative and proactive.

The New Shared economy, the growth in population and the smart cities of the future are all huge opportunities for economic growth for millions of new businesses, but only if we will be smart & fast enough to change the game in time.

You can learn more about Ronen’s work at his website: www.freshbizgame.com

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Ronen is a serial entrepreneur who grew up in the StartUp Nation of Israel trading on the stock market, operating a branding company, training companies, and more.

He is the creator and founder of FreshBiz, and the FreshBiz game developer as well. Ronen co-authored "The New Entrepreneurz: Changing the Way You Play Life" and is a visionary global trainer or "business coach", as many like to call him. Ronen has been featured on TV, radio, and magazines talking about the future of business, and he has trained over 15,000 people across 20 countries on innovation and entrepreneurial thinking.

As a keynote, speaker and futurist, Ronen masterfully weaves together new approaches to business, education, design, and lifestyle. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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