Bryan Adams, founder and CEO of Netflix, is on a personal mission to help the next generation of entrepreneurs.
In an interview with Recode, Adams said he wants to bring more entrepreneurs to the stage of “creating wealth for the next century.”
“The next generation will make the most money if they start with the same foundation and the same values,” he said.
He said his goal is to encourage companies to hire and build a “strong foundation.”
He’s also trying to encourage the next wave of entrepreneurs to invest in his company.
“We want to build a stronger foundation and we want to empower the next billion people to have the same opportunity to be entrepreneurs,” he added.
“The next billion are the people who will be in a position to do that.”
Bryan Adams is on an all-star team to promote his company and promote a new kind of wealth.
Brent Johnson/Getty ImagesFor years, Netflix has been a hotbed for sex scandals.
A slew of women accused the streaming service of sexual harassment, rape, and other abuses.
The company eventually pulled the plug on its streaming service.
But Adams was quick to point out that it was only the beginning.
It was one of the first companies to embrace technology that allows people to record, share, and share more with each other.
Adams, who is also the founder and co-CEO of his own company, was recently named as one of Recode’s “100 most influential people” by the technology industry magazine.
A prolific writer, Adoms was also the recipient of the 2017 “Person of the Year” award from the American Society of Magazine Editors.
When he was interviewed by Recode in 2017, he said the reason he was in the interview was to talk about the future of the Internet.
What’s in store for us?
Bethany McNeill/Getty Adams said his company’s mission is to create wealth for people who “create value for themselves.”
It also aims to make the next trillion people “more connected and more connected with their peers,” he continued.
The company plans to expand its services to “more than a billion people in the next 100 years.”
In the interview, Adam said he’s been doing “very small things” in his career to get “things off my chest” and be “a little more open about what I’ve done and what I’m proud of.”
“I’m just going to keep doing it, keeping my feet on the ground, because that’s what we have to do as a society and as a business,” he explained.
“We have to find new ways to make money and find new people to work with.”
Read the full interview here