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Meet our new Entrepreneur in Residence: Joe Wilson

Relentless Optimist. Creative Force. Startup Believer. Joe spends time with companies and people that inspire him. He is the CEO of Risenu, a Netherlands based company focused on investing and ensuring startup companies succeed and give back while they profit. Joe’s experience from running 5 startups to managing billion-dollar multi-national businesses on the world stage brings a unique view on both strategy and hardcore tactical results.

Prior to Risenu, Joe was the Chief Marketing and Operations Officer for Microsoft Central and Eastern Europe, Worldwide General Manager of Microsoft’s Developer Relations as well as Global Senior Director for Student Audience. Joe is also the veteran of 5 startups ranging from a home repair service to interactive 3D platforms, HR tech, logistics, and Martech companies across cloud, SaaS, and on-premise.

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