30 Oct ECP 011 – Eduard Jubany, young world traveler, startup founder of a multicultural apparel brand
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When I got there, I sat next to this young man, who gave me a class on how to register a business in Hong Kong. He had done it years before and had already lived in several countries. I couldn’t stop talking and learning from him. And I am still learning.
Since then we’ve become friends and are always exchanging ideas on different struggles we go through. I’m sure you, too, will enjoy meeting Eduard and keeping up with what he is constantly learning and sharing.
Some time after that, he invited me to join his Coworking, where we had the most amazing view of Barcelona to work from. That’s where we recorded this talk for you.
A few months after we recorded, he published a great article called “What I Learned Starting Lumumba And Fucking It Up“. It’s a must read after you listen to this conversation we had. Hope you enjoy!
We talk about:
1:53 How Eduard started his journey in China at 19 years old, and moved through 25 countries in Asia, Africa an America.
2:40 Why Hong Kong is the best place to incorporate, and difficulties to find an accountant that can understand our DN situation
3:30 How he started making money at 15
6:21 The power of randomness of coworking spaces to network, build community
7:35 Lumumba: Eduard’s multicultural apparel startup. Strategies to build and sell via ecommerce, and challenges involving so many cultures and countries.
15:00 Why the Western world is a minority, losing influence.
20:50 How one can get involved with Lumumba project. Examples from Ghana, South Africa, India
23:13 How to get money from Venture Capitals and what is the true challenge.
34:13 How Eduard left the 9-to-5 job, moved from corporate to a nomad lifestyle today.
40:00 his performance tools and lifestyle.
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Eduard Jubany Tur
[/vc_column_text][vc_text_separator title=”QUOTES” title_align=”” border=”no” text_color=””][vc_column_text]4:39 “I had investments in the stock market in Spain when I was 15 and when the crash came in 2008 I’ve lost half of my savings. That was my motivation to travel”
30:35 “A startup must to be part of your lifestyle. If it doesn’t fit, it doesn’t make any sense [to start one]”
[/vc_column_text][vc_text_separator title=”RESOURCES” title_align=”” border=”no” text_color=””][vc_column_text]article he wrote after our conversation w/ lessons he learned
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