As one of the shapers of the Dot-Com era, Jerry estimates that 4000 startups briefed him, sharpening his BS-detection skills and giving him the spark that led him to trust: the word “consumer.”
That word, which is steeped in mistrust, led him to a generative, optimistic thesis that revolves around trust. Now Jerry is working to accelerate our shift to a world where we can trust again.
He calls it the Relationship Economy, and it touches all sectors of human activity.
About Jerry Michalski
Jerry was raised in Peru and Argentina, speaks fluent Spanish and German, and earned a BA in Economics from the University of California at Irvine, and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He also has the world’s largest published Brain.