It all started in the Netherlands, at the age of 13 when Nalden programmed an HTML website for his father. At 16, as a true digital native, he became a blogger, and only six months later his blog was profitable. Eventually, he caught the attention of world-renowned brands, such as Mercedes and Nike, who wanted to collaborate with him. In 2009, he co-founded his first start-up, the file-sharing service, WeTransfer. In 2015, the business took its first round of investment, $25m, to innovate and expand in the US. After nearly a decade Nalden left WeTransfer. He’s currently Co-Founder of Adelee, a company on a mission to make parenting easier.
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