About me

My name is Hervé Lebret.

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10 thoughts on “About me

  1. Peter

    Hi,

    What a great work. So sad you had to take down your map. It was great help when I came to Paris last time. What a pity people destroy such art pieces.
    I’m very interested in your invader excel file. Could you send it to my email address?

    Best regards
    Peter

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  2. Antoine

    Bonjour Hervé,

    Bravo pour cette mine d’or d’informations!
    Formidable boulot.
    Je serais curieux de savoir le temps que cela a pris…
    Mais quand on aime on ne compte pas! 🙂
    Serait-il possible de récupérer les fichiers Excels auxquels vous faites référence?
    Merci beaucoup!!

    Bien cordialement

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      1. Antoine

        Elles seront entre de bonnes mains avec moi,croyez moi!
        Je peux vous envoyer quelques unes de mes photos ou mon classement sur flash invaders pour vous prouver ma bonne foi ! 🙂
        Je suis un adorateur,pas un destructeur

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  3. Mark Hanrahan

    I just bought you book on Kindle. Great read and really like how you dug into the cap tables. Could you send me a PDF version? I have a hard time reading the cap table/ excel charts when reading on the app.

    Cheers and thanks again for your efforts and work

    Mark

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  4. Ruipeng

    Dear Hervé,

    It is realy good teaching materials for new startups. Thank you so much for your efforts to do this.

    I guess some of your readers are trying to build their own companies. Currently, we are running two startup challenges: one is the Nano Startup Challenge in Cancer (www.nscsquared.org/), the other is the SPACE RACE (http://www.space-race.org/). These are good opportunities for someone who want to practice in the real world. Both of them come with inventions which are ready for licensing to the startup, as well as plenty of VCs, Entrepreneurs, and Scientists as mentors and advisors. Please visit our website for more information.

    Thanks again, Hervé.

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  5. Michael R. Clarke

    Hi Herve,

    Sorry to bug you on your personal website. But I just really enjoyed your review of “The Lean Startup: How Today’s Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses” on good, old Amazon. I’m the author of a similar book — “How to Start a Business That Doesn’t Suck” — and thought you might like to take a look at a FREE digital copy.

    I’ll be happy to send you one as a .pdf, .epub, or .mobi — even hieroglypics, if that works — in exchange for an honest review.

    Thanks for your time. (Dig the site!)

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  6. Daniel Pericich

    Herve,

    Hello, my name is Daniel Pericich and I am an entrepreneur and author. I have read your reviews on many books that I have also enjoyed reading and am hoping that you will be able to review my new book. My book is Failing Big: 17 Lessons I Learned From Failing at My First Business. I started my own data driven fantasy football service last year and spent a lot of time struggling through how to get it to succeed. In my book I have taken 17 lessons that I learned and present them in a manner that is applicable to most small businesses/new companies. Failure is the best teacher and I hope people are able to learn these lessons from my experiences, rather than first hand.
    If you are interested in reading my book, and offering a review, I can send you a PDF copy. I’m looking forward to hearing from you.

    Best,

    Daniel

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