Paulina Tenner is an entrepreneur, an angel investor, a TEDx speaker and a founder of GrantTree, started with a purpose to help tech startups navigate the complex world of government funding. Since 2010 the team grew organically from 2 to over 50, and raised over £200m for more than 600 technology startups and scaleups using solely government funding schemes. GrantTree is also an open culture company which pioneered a self set salary scheme, and an empowering culture governed by holacracy.
Paulina is also a seed investor and a startup mentor, who features as a keynote speaker at technology conferences worldwide. She has been interviewed by the BBC, the Financial Times, the Guardian, featured on Channel 5, in the Huffington Post, on Virginstartups.com and many more.
Paulina describes herself as: “am a serial entrepreneur, a company founder, a conscious business advocate and master of inappropriate jokes. I have a considerable ego. And I’m proud of it. I am rebellious and passionate. I love both my mind and my body. I’m crazy (in a good way), because of the enthusiasm with which I use my surfboard of life. My business is crazy too (also in a good way) – we are transparent, we are fair, we are sustainable. I’m a spiritual being. I love to take to the stage. I always aspire to inspire.”
Fun fact: she is also the author of “Laid Bare: what the business leader learnt from the stripper”, is the naked truth about what it takes to be an authentic leader and build a transparent business, safeguarding employee well-being and at the same time staying profitable. Coming out in November. Pre-order: http://www.paulinatenner.com/book
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