Mickey Beyer Clausen

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Mickey Beyer-Clausen (April 3, 1975 in Copenhagen) is a Danish-born, serial entrepreneur and philanthropist, based in New York.

Mickey Beyer-Clausen is the founder/co-founder of several technology businesses including Speednames (1999), Ascio Technologies (2001), Trunk Archive (2004)[1], Mental Workout (2009), and Timeshifter (2017). In addition, he is the founder of Happiness Foundation, which supports charitable organizations worldwide with strategic pro bono consultancy rather than money (2002).


Mickey Beyer-Clausen is married to Allison Beyer-Clausen (2006) and lives in Southampton, New York with their two children, Anna and Oliver.


In 2002, Beyer-Clausen formed a foundation called the Happiness Foundation, which supports several international nonprofits with strategic pro bono consultancy.


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