–> Who: Paul Grindey, a former corporate lawyer and media executive,…
–> What: …helped found Azudoo Ltd., a social network for social good that blazed new corporate legal territory by being the first corporation to be able to issue stock to anyone in the world.
–> How: Listen to this audio interview and then email him if you’d like to learn more about the corporate structure.
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Wandering the halls of the 2012 SXSW Interactive Festival, editor-in-chief Scott Henderson sought out people and ideas with the potential of shifting how the world works. In this epsiode, he came across Paul Grindey who shared an innovative corporate structure he helped create.
Paul Grindey is a former corporate lawyer who was part of Azudoo Ltd., a social network for social good. Founded in the UK, it broke new corporate legal grounds by getting approval to sell shares to people around the world. While the business failed, the corporate legal structure has set a new precedent which other social minded companies can leverage. Learn more by listening to this hallway conversation.
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