Inspiring Ideas

Welcome to the official web site of Fredrik Härén

Fredrik Härén is an author and speaker on Business Creativity. He has delivered over 2000 presentations, lectures and workshops in over 60 countries on 6 continents and has inspired hundreds of thousands of business people to become more creative and to look at the world in a new way. He is the author of nine books, including “The Idea Book” that was included in “The 100 Best Business Books of All Time”.

17 July 2012
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Press Clipping: Be Magazine

Interview with Fredrik Härén in Be Magazine.

16 July 2012
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Speeches
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An Interesting Request

“I heard Fredrik speak at a Telllberg Conference about 2 years ago, and was impressed with his non establishment point of view. I would like to invite him [to speak] in the Ecuador’s rainforest!”
– Douglas M

8 July 2012
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A Reference

“It was a real pleasure meeting you during TerraBiz Marketing Conference at PC Lahore. Your presentation was exciting, interesting and informative.”
– Aftab A

8 July 2012
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Reader Feedback

“I am a 21 year old student who just finished reading your book “The Developing World” and I just want to thank you for the great messages in the book.”
– Caroline H

7 July 2012
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Press Clipping: Pakistan Today

Short article in Pakistan Today about Fredrik Harens visit to Pakistan.

visit to Pakistan

7 July 2012
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A Fan of The Idea Book

“I am a die hard fan of The Idea Book…I open it several time a week to get the juices flowing and have shared it with many co-workers.”
– Patrick R

7 July 2012
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A Reference

“We just met in lahore! Its fascinating to listen to ur presentation and great ideas.”
– Sidra I

1 July 2012
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News June

The perks of being a speaker.

In June Fredrik Härén got:

– 3 days on a beach in Barcelona while doing two speeches at a DNV conference.

– An amazing – and brutally hard – chinese massage after a speech for IBM’s clients in Hong Kong.

– to attend a roof top party hosted by Mindshare the night before his keynote speech at the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity.

– do a research trip to N

Speech for employees at IRAS in Singapore.

The contrasts of being a creativity speaker:

In June Fredrik Härén got to:

– Spend three days on a beach in Barcelona while doing two speeches for Den Norske Veritas AND (!) do a research trip to North Korea.

– Attend a roof top party hosted by Mindshare the night before his keynote speech at the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity AND (!) do a speech for the Internal Revenue Authority of Singapore.

– Talk for IBM clients in Hong Kong AND (!) see Sweden play England live in Ukraine after doing a speech on match day in Kiev.

19 June 2012
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A Reference

“It was an amazing session; Fredrik. Thank you, and congatulations.”
– Nick E

1 June 2012
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News May

Some months are just more busy for professional speakers than other.

May is such a month.

In May 2012 Fredrik Härén’s schedule was as follows:

– Two Keynote speeches at the PMI conference in Romania.

– Speech for the employees of Nordea in Singapore.

– Speech for Doctors at Karolinska Hospital in Sweden.

– Keynote speech for Swedish Wind Association.

– Speech for Kindergarten teachers in Singapore.

– Keynote speech at the Capman conference in Finland.

– Speech for a conference organized by The Ministry of Education in Singapore.

– Speech at a brainstorming session organized by the Singapore Tourism Board.

– Speech for the Ministry of home Affairs.

As you can see it was very diverse with both keynote speeches and brainstorming sessions; both government, non-profit organizations and commercial companies; and both developing and developed countries.