Billy Glynn

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This article is about the entrepreneur. For the baseball player, see Bill Glynn.

Bill Glynn, (b. 1968)[citation needed] is an American entrepreneur. In 2001, Information Week named him as one of "fifteen thought leaders who intend to influence and inspire the IT industry".[1]

Glynn is the founder of Collective IQ, a venture capital platform. He has a successful investment track record and has helped close over $1 billion for the funds and businesses he has founded, helped build and advised.[citation needed] He advises leaders of London's Royal Institution World Science Assembly and the East-West Institute where he is focused on "Harmonizing Humanity" and the "Weaponization of Science".[citation needed]

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  • Left on Red : How to Ignite, Leverage, and Build Visionary Organizations, Wiley (2008) ISBN 0-470-23023-1

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