“The Contrarian”

Posted on January 13, 2006. Filed under: media |

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The Contrarian- The Economic Times:
profiles me like I would like to be profiled – dangerous as it is – and whacky…

But he acknowledges that he has messed up a lot, but he still retains ?a happy trigger finger?. Interestingly, Lund doesn?t see himself as Mr Moneybags, but visualizes himself as a mentor. ?We are entrepreneurs, not capitalists,? he says. These days he is busy mentoring start-ups, helping germinate ideas, and taking them to the next level.And the current idea that has caught his fancy is the entire space of browser based applications, ?in any shape and form?. He thinks there is another Skype in making in a Chinese mobile applications company.


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6 Responses to ““The Contrarian””

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hey mate, got here from the ET’s print edition (am from india). keep the good work going.

Morten, I sooo enjoy reading your blog – Inspirational as hell, if that expression makes sense 🙂

Hi Morten, it is fun discovering innovative issues on your blog. Best, Ehssan (studivz)

Dear Mr. Lund, Fantastic investments!! Really the man with the Midas Touch. There’s another great investment opportunity in India to empower the employees. It would be a definate winner. Please let me know to connect with you. Thanks

m o r t e n AD b u l l g u a r d . c o m

I tried e-mailing you but mail was rejected. I could send you a presentation of the company.

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