Love the Problem by Startup42 Media

Love the Problem by Startup42 Media
Weekly in-depth discussion with entrepreneurs from around the world about why they love solving the problem they have, and sharing advice about what they are doing to become the best version of themselves in both business and in personal life.

#19 - Thomas Mulhern and the difficult process of Glocalizing
Oct 28, 2019 • 83 min
In this episode we sit down with Thomas Mulhern of Globally Local. Based on the challenges that he faced integrating into Denmark Thomas created Globally Local to help other expats integrate into Danish society. Over the course of the episode Thomas and…
#18 - TechBBQ Live from the Podcast Stage [2019 Event Special Episode]
Oct 21, 2019 • 75 min
Another event special, this time we go to TechBBQ in Copenhagen. This was extra special as we were running a live podcasting stage at the event. Overall we did 15 hours of recordings out of a camper van and got an abundance of content gems. We decided to…
#17 - Tech Festival [2019 Event Special Edition]
Oct 14, 2019 • 114 min
Another event special, this time we go to Tech Festival in Copenhagen. We went to the festival last minute and hustled some great guests on short notice. Was an absolute pleasure to sit down with Payal Arora, Clive Thompson and Chris Messina. With Payal…
#16 - Morten Lauridsen and how to use data to be your best self
Oct 7, 2019 • 105 min
In this episode, we sat down with Morten Lauridsen of Manpremo, and follow his journey as he switches back and forth from being a technical person and a businessman, working as an entrepreneur and as a corporate, and helping a few people and helping many.…
#15 - Taylor Ryan and barreling towards growth marketing
Sep 30, 2019 • 83 min
On this week’s episode of Love The Problem, we got the chance to sit down with Taylor Ryan, partner at Klint Marketing, and he shares with us his journey into growth hacking, from taking dead end jobs after his degree to even being turned down by a car…
#14 - Herman Kudlich and the toys that inspired us
Sep 23, 2019 • 78 min
On this episode of Love the Problem we sit down with Herman Kudlich and he shares with us the toys that inspired him. From memorable Christmas presents that shaped his life, to designing digital experiences within Lego for the better part of the last 2…
#13 - Mark Turrell and the 25 Year Plan to Save the World
Sep 9, 2019 • 106 min
On this special on-location* episode of Love the Problem we sit down with Mark Turrell as he talks about his 25 Year Plan to save everyone on the planet all at the same time. This episode really dives into why if you are going to solve problems on scale…
#12 - Kamila Kunrath and How Waste Management can create a Wealth 2.0 Society
Sep 2, 2019 • 93 min
In this episode we follow Kamila Kunrath, founder of Blue Benu, through her journey growing up in Brazil and eventually moving to Denmark to start a company. We explore how her Brazilian roots made her passionate about waste and waste management, examine…
#11 - Will Wright And How To Foster Science Based Innovation
Aug 26, 2019 • 104 min
On this episode, we sit down with Will Wright from the iGEM foundation and discuss the challenges that prevent deep science from becoming products and services that help the world. Additionally, we take a look at what iGEM is doing to try and solve this…
#10 - Jacob Vahr Svenningsen and perpetually shoveling climate shit
Aug 19, 2019 • 85 min
In this weeks episode, we get to sit down with Jacob Vahr Svenningsen, the founder at and get to hear his story from the highs of winning with the school football team and dropping out, to finding his path in using his talents to make his mark on…
#9 - Raju Gurung and finding your personal ikigai
Aug 12, 2019 • 78 min
In this episode we catch up with Raju Gurung, the CEO of Planet Local. He shares with us his story from a mountain village in Nepal, through Europe to now settling in Copenhagen, Denmark. His fascinating journey takes us through the opportunities and…
#8 - Keenan Pinto and reverse engineering Cannabis testing strips purchased via Amazon
Aug 5, 2019 • 49 min
This episode we get the chance to sit down with Keenan Pinto, the founder of Nordetect - a portable nutrient analyzer that can instantly tell farmers that current state of soil, and in real time provide analytics and information to those that need it most…
#7 - Alina and Suvi and what it’s like to be a Horse Nerd in the 21st Century
Jul 29, 2019 • 80 min
This week our host Alex Felman grabs an exclusive catch-up with the founders from Hooves - a circular economy platform for Horses. They share their passion for what they love doing as self professed Horse Nerds and what it means to be a leader in the…
#6 - Startup Extreme [2019 Event Special Edition]
Jul 22, 2019 • 86 min
This edition sees Alex Felman meet a host of fantastic speakers and attendees from Startup Extreme 2019, in Voss Norway. The special edition includes multiple guests: Sangbreeta Moitra, Xandria Ooi, along with Andri and Tanit - all sharing their in their…
#5 - Michael and Tim and how to change your habits one tap at a time
Jul 15, 2019 • 71 min
We catch up with Tim and Michael, the founders at TIBA LIFE and get to understand what it means about being in the moment and why it’s more important than you think…
#4 - Casey Fenton and how to hack your Ego
Jul 8, 2019 • 77 min
We got a chance to sit down with Casey Fenton. Followed his journey from founding to Upstock and then Ego Hacking. Over the course of this journey explored such topics as how to build trust systems, incentive systems in companies, the…
#3 - Arctic15 [2019 Event Special Edition]
Jul 1, 2019 • 112 min
This edition sees Alex Felman meet a host of fantastic speakers and attendees from Arctic15 2019 in Helsinki, Finland. Guests include: Marija Rucevska from Quro.Io, Hannah Brocke from Planet Blue, Dr Pasi Vainikka from Solar Foods and Gemma Milne from…
#2 - James Digby and how impact investing is not doing enough to meet the SDGs
Jun 17, 2019 • 53 min
This episode we sit down with James Digby, who shares why impact is important to him, and what can be done to change the lives of the next 3 billion for the better.
#1 - Alex Felman and why the 3rd generational wealth is nearly impossible to keep
Jun 3, 2019 • 75 min
Alex Felman discusses what it’s like to work with family funds from around the world to break the cycle of the 3rd generational demise. Going into why he loves the problem, and what the Felman office are doing to change the way investors work smarter and…