Alexander Klöpping (1987) is the chatty nerd of the new generation. He is the type that only bikes with Google Maps and reads books on his smartphone.
He blogs about internet hypes, writes columns about internet-trends and is a regular guest at the Dutch talkshow 'De wereld draait door'. In May 2013, Alexander made a documentary about Silicon Valley for DWDD University.
At this moment, Alexander Klöpping works hard for the further development of Blendle (a platform with articles of major Dutch newspapers and magazines). It is nicknamed 'the iTunes of the journalism'. He founded the platform in the Spring of 2014. In October 2014, New York Times and the German publisher Springer invested the international edition of Blendle.
Alexander is a co-founder of the Universiteit van Nederland. A digital platform with the best Dutch professors who lecture via the internet, in clear blocks of 15 minutes a day.
Alexander Klöpping spoke at Forward Thinking Leadership.