Georges van Hoegaerden
Georges is a proximal realist, chasing and implementing the best version of nature’s truth. He is the inventor of a new operating system for humanity maximizing the expansion of human ingenuity required to adapt to nature’s entropy.
Georges ran The Venture Company in the heart of Silicon Valley for over twenty years, building outstanding value propositions, raising money, and producing over $100M exits. He now applies his innate capacity for systems-thinking to help the practices of policy, capital, and innovation produce systematically better outcomes for humanity.
Georges is called upon by members of the White House, Congress, board members of venerable financial institutions, public pension funds, global economics organizations, private equity behemoths, venture capital firms worldwide, and entrepreneurs.
Georges’ blog containing 1,389 articles has been quoted and covered by the mainstream media, practitioners, scholars, and celebrities. His work has been covered by IEEE, used by university professors, and used as reference in MBA theses.
Georges’ application of nature’s first-principles offers a vast improvement to human excellence. He is available for high-quality public-speaking and podcasts covering today’s and modern-day practices of policy, capital, and innovation.
The New Normal in Finance
July 24, 2020
Georges highlights how the coronavirus has issued a stern warning we must remodel our financial systems after nature’s first-principles, to become more resilient to the curve-balls nature throws our way.
Re-risk Asset Management
June 16, 2018
Georges highlights why the confounding of distribution and risk in asset management expedites its subpriming. Instead, the fractal of human ingenuity must be used to consistently produce returns.
On Innovation and Venture Capital
September 15, 2011
Georges discusses the opportunity for innovation and venture capital.