Étienne Garbugli

Entrepreneur & Author of Lean B2B

Year in Review – Mitigated Success

By Étienne Garbugli | January 2, 2019

Year in Review 2018 – Nomad Games

It’s easy to spin a negative into a positive. It’s also easy to make a positive sound negative. But there’s really no point in doing a year-end review and bury the facts under spun positives, so here goes the hard truth: 2018 is the year during which I worked the most, but have the least […]

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A Year in Review – Embracing the Broken Path

By Étienne Garbugli | January 3, 2018

Round the World Itinerary 2017

I’ve had a pretty incredible year in 2017. I travelled to 18 countries, met a lot of great people, covered more than 133,000 kms… and I’m still on the road today. A little over a year ago, I left a great job to fulfill a long-time dream of mine. I embarked on an 8-month round-the-world […]

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Going Massively Viral on Slideshare – Lessons Learned

By Étienne Garbugli | May 15, 2013

This post was originally titled “How I created a presentation viewed by over 250,000 people on Slideshare in just 8 hours”, but as the numbers kept increasing to now well-over 2,500,000 viewers, the title no longer made sense. Creating the presentation A few years back, I wrote a blog post about how I had begun […]

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Présentation Infopresse – Comment générer de meilleures idées

By Étienne Garbugli | December 5, 2012

Ce matin, je présentais sur l’importance de la collaboration en créativité pour l’évènement Tendances 2013 et créativité d’Infopresse. Voici le résumé de mon sujet: Les idées porteuses et innovantes constituent le nerf de la guerre dans l’économie du 21e siècle, et des entreprises reconnues telles qu’Apple, Google, Samsung et IDEO, notamment, ont très bien intégré […]

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So, I’ve decided to write a book…

By Étienne Garbugli | September 16, 2012

Yes, I’m writing a book. It’s a difficult commitment to make and, an even more difficult commitment to voice; it can sound pretentious, idealistic or just overly ambitious. I’ve had a lot of fun taking notes of people’s initial reactions and will find it very motivating throughout the process (I’m weird like that). « Everyone […]

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Getting out of recruitment – a HireVoice post mortem

By Étienne Garbugli | August 15, 2012

Earlier this month, my business partner and I decided to close HireVoice, the business we started in November 2011. It’s actually pretty easy to close a business but, it comes with a grieving period. Hopefully, I’m not writing this too soon. How HireVoice came to be In 2011, I came back to Canada with way […]

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