An interview with Word Lens founder, Otavio Good, award winner at the Netexplo Forum 2012, on March 15-16, held at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris. Netexplo is an observatory of new tech trends around the world, with which I have been associated for the last couple of years. There were ten award winners highlighted at the event, each coming from the four corners of the world and each with a very interesting angle. In the first of the series, I caught up with Otavio Good, serial and successful entrepreneur, and creator and founder of Quest Visual, and the amazing Word Lens app. Anyone who likes languages and travel is going to want to listen to this one. Here’s a video that Netexplo created describing Word Lens.
You can discover the very popular YouTube video (which has just crested over 4 million views to-date) here:
To connect with Otavio Good:
You can contact Otavio via email at email@example.com
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Minter Dial is an international professional speaker, author & consultant on Leadership, Branding and Digital Strategy. After a successful international career at L’Oréal, Minter Dial returned to his entrepreneurial roots and has spent the last ten years helping senior management teams and Boards to adapt to the new exigencies of the digitally enhanced marketplace. He has worked with world-class organisations to help activate their brand strategies, and figure out how best to integrate new technologies, digital tools, devices and platforms. Above all, Minter works to catalyse a change in mindset and dial up transformation. Minter received his BA in Trilingual Literature from Yale University (1987) and gained his MBA at INSEAD, Fontainebleau (1993).
His books include Heartificial Empathy, Putting Heart into Business and Artificial Intelligence, which bowed in December 2018. He is also co-author of Futureproof (Pearson, Sep 2017) and sole author of The Last Ring Home (Myndset Press, Nov 2016), a book and documentary film, both of which have won awards and critical acclaim. Minter's latest book, You Lead, How being yourself makes you a better leader, published by Kogan Page, won the Business Book Award 2022 in the category of Leadership.
His current work is around fostering more meaningful conversation, with his featured publication on Substack: Dialogos, Fostering More Meaningful Conversations.
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