Jacob Moesgaard, co-founder and owner of AiAiAi audio design company is on the mentor board too. Moesgaard grew up in an entrepreneurial environment, so it can be said that he was born into the entrepreneurial role. Although having been involved in a range of projects, his first real entrepreneurial venture was AiAiAi, founded in 2006.
Rebel Academy mentor Lars Lundbye is an expert in business development and innovation processes. He is an entrepreneur with a keen eye on future trends and disruptive technologies. Lars Lundbye does innovation consulting for a number of companies – helping them to build innovation capabilities, and to innovate in practice.
Christer Windeløv-Lidzélius, the CEO and principle of the KaosPilots, is the latest addition to the Rebel Academy mentor board. With an extensive educational background (details here) Christer Windeløv-Lidzélius has devoted his time to consulting with and supporting the students of the ground-breaking Danish education organization, the KaosPilots.
Anders Hoffmann is so far the sole representative of the public sector on the Rebel Academy mentor board. Anders is the director of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Policy at the Danish Enterprise and Construction Authority. To top it off he also has a PhD in economics.
Jesper Elg, co-founder of V1 Gallery in Kødbyen in Copenhagen is one of Rebel Academy’s mentors. With his extensive knowledge within the creative field and passion for the arts, Jesper brings a lot to the table.
Jonas Hartz has extensive experience within the cultural and creative spheres of entrepreneurship and is ready to pass down his knowledge as a Rebel Academy mentor. He describes himself as a cultural entrepreneur and has been involved in a range of successful projects since the mid ‘90s.
Besides being the guitarist in one of Denmark’s most successful bands, Nephew, Kristian Riis is one of the most active entrepreneurs in the Danish music industry. He is the co-founder of Volcano – a company with impressive roster dealing with artist management, booking and mangement of the Copenhagen venue Bremen.
We hereby announce film-maker Asger Leth as one of the Rebel Academy mentors. Leth is the award-winning director of the documentary Ghost of Cité Soleil. He also co-wrote The Five Obstructions, a film about his father, Jørgen Leth, and Lars Von Trier, the Danish director extraordinaire.
Our very own ArtRebels CEO, Carla Cammilla Hjort, is also a Rebel Academy mentor. Carla is the key person behind ArtRebels. Founded in 2006, ArtRebels has undergone a rapid development and is now much more than a company.
Christian Stadil has been the man behind Danish clothing company Hummel from 1999. Since he took over, the company has reinstated itself as one of the most forward-thinking companies in Denmark.
She is in great demand across Europe as a keynote speaker and provocateur. Skare Nielsen is a member of The Chaos Pilots Pedagogical Council, The Global Future Forum, the Albright Group, former member of the Danish Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation’s ICT-forum and The Ethical Council.
Martin von Haller is a Copenhagen-based lawyer whose specialty is open licensing within open source and creative commons. As one of Denmark’s few experts on a subject that’s getting more relevant for creative and cultural entrepreneurship each day, Martin is a great resource to have as mentor on Rebel Academy.