Fabrice Grinda — French Businessman born on August 03, 1974,

Fabrice Grinda is a French entrepreneur, blogger for Business Insider and super angel, with more than 150 investments around the world, including Alibaba Group, Airbnb, Beepi, FanDuel, Palantir and Windeln. Grinda has had $300 million in investment exits. He is the co-founder and former CEO of Aucland, Zingy, and OLX and is a frequent conference speaker on trends in technology, emerging markets, and investing... (wikipedia)

Learn computer science. It's extraordinarily helpful. I like recommending learning economics as well so they think in terms of business, they have rational frameworks for looking at the world, but yeah, computer science is an amazing way to get into, even if you want to be CEO, having a tech background is helpful.
As an entrepreneur you keep trying things, and I try everything. I try business ideas, on our website we test everything, iterate, iterate, iterate.
The most important impact on society and the world is the cell phone. Cell phones have actually been one of the primary drivers in productivity improvements.
I could have probably been just as successful by not going to college, but it was the most intellectually stimulating environment that I was ever in.
Forty percent of my portfolio is in the U.S. In the rest of the world, most of the places I invest in or invested in are Brazil, Russia, Germany with a little bit of Turkey, China, India, France and Israel sprinkled in there.

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