Dump Tees founder in Sveriges Radio P4

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The intervju is in Swedish and for you who missed it, you can listen to it here!

 

 

 

 

 

Patrik Appelquist is preparing Dump Tees pitch

As an entrepreneur you need to be ready to pitch your idea 24/7. Sometimes you got 30 seconds in a elevator, sometimes you got 3 minutes in front of investors.

It´s super important that you can communicate your idea to others. You know your idea well, maybe to well. That´s why you might need to think like you´re explaining it to a child. Keep it simple and use your strengths!

In this video I´m preparing my 1 minute pitch in front of 100 students and business owners.

 

Tearing a business idea into pieces

The first week in the accelerator SE Outreach was fantastic. We started the week with presenting our business ideas and got to know each other pretty well.

A guy named Nick Jankel came all the way from London to rip our ideas into pieces. It hurt a lot. You know, when you have been putting together all the pieces you need to build an idea and then you suddenly take them apart, it hurts.

But it was a good exercise. To think about all the pieces one by one and to really find the red string between the problem and the solution. The idea became even stronger when putting the pieces together again. Great success! 😉

Patrik and Dump Tees goes outreach

Hey there folks. I´m in Sweden. Yes I know, it´s crazy! Just 16 days ago I was in super hot Nicaragua and now I´m in cold Sweden.

The reason that I´m back in my lovely country is that I applied to SE-Forum´s (Social Entrepreneur Forum) accelerator program Outreach and got accepted. I´m one of six persons accepted and I´m very proud to tell you that Dump Tees is a part of the program.

stockholm roof

The program is funded by Sida in Sweden and it´s like a boot camp for social entrepreneurs like me. People wanting to change the world. The other guys are super cool! I´ll present them for you here in the blog later. The program is 8 weeks long and we´re meeting a shit load of cool people. Björn Söderberg, Sebastian Stjern, Maja Frankel, Harry McNeil, Eliza Kücükaslan, Jonas Pinzke, Daniel Daboczy just to mention a few!

Okey talk to you tomorrow, I´ll tell you more about my reflections being at home again, after 15 months in Nicaragua working with kids and teenagers in the huge garbage dump La Chureca.

Tee up!

70´s party in Managua

My friends birthday party was a great success. A lot of cool people in cool clothes and even two guys doing crazy stuff with fire!

70´s clothes patrik appelquist

People loved my clothes, told me I looked like a boy, and I surely did with my short shorts, suspenders and beret.

Tee up or die naked!

/Patrik

Dump Tees background

Yesterday I took your hand in mine and said hello  and I published the first blogpost from Dump Tees. I promised you to tell you more about the brand, the story, background and who we are behind this social business and clothing brand.

About two years ago I started a non profit organisation in Sweden for street kids in latin america. This was a whole new world for me but i knew it was the right thing. I was very unhappy with my work since it wouldn´t aloud me to develop as a person. In this organisation I could let my creativity free and do things i really love doing.

I had to learn a shit load of new stuff, I developed as a person. I learned how to talk to media, how to raise funds, how the world of social media and banks works etc etc. I wasn´t born with rich and important parents that know a lot of important people. I´ve always had a lot of friends but I felt directly that I didn´t have the important network of contacts. The network of enterprising people who are doing their thing and doing it good, entreprenours and directors of organisations.

As they say, few people regret taking the bull by the horns, and I have never. Things was complicated from time to time but everything was solved step by step. You change your playground with the time and one day your in the middle of it, in the middle of a room with 300 entreprenours and capable people, pitching your business idea in a business idea competition. I got new friends, cool followers on twitter, more readers on the blog and more money for the street kids.

The ngo I started (Gatubarn.nu) worked together with artists such as Kan Dee and Block44, organisations like Hagateatern and IOGT NTO and couple of companies who wanted to take a big social responsability in their business and help street kids.

From the start i decided to save up 100.000 swedish crowns and work as a volonteer for one year in latin america with underprivileged kids. 28 of january 2011 i went. And I went to Nicaragua, central americas poorest country. Less than two weeks after I landed in Nicaragua i was brought to La Chureca, a huge garbage dump where about 3.000 people live.

Inside of this garbage dump, an idea of a clothing brand was born, an idea of helping people out of extreme poverty by offering decent work with decent wage. Next time I´ll tell you why.


Patrik Temperani Appelquist
Founder & CEO – Dump Tees
Twitter.com/DumpTees
Facebook.com/DumpTees
www.DumpTees.com
+505 8358 5325

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