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louis de jaeger

INSPIRAToR. ENTREPRENEUR. landscaper.

Eco-entrepreneur Louis De Jaeger has traveled the world with his girlfriend for five years. During his travels he came into contact with various global issues, ranging from the decline of nature to malnutrition.


Desperate to find solutions, he discovered a passion for sustainable businesses. He immersed himself in natural agriculture, landscaping, renewable construction and transportation.


Back in Belgium, he founded various companies, organizations and campaigns to have the greatest possible positive impact in the world.


Now he wants to inspire and help as many people as possible to do the same!

firestarter

During last years, Louis De Jaeger has launched various initiatives, campaigns, working groups, trainings and projects for himself and for others. Her greatest passion is to initiate positive change and bring together the right people to achieve a shared vision.

His sense of action helps people determine strategies in various areas: public image, communication, press, events, awareness, startup campaigns, inspire and much more.

speaker

Louis De Jaeger is a popular orator. From motivational speeches for entrepreneurs (Exponential Academy, Artevelde Hogeschool, Howest) to inspiring business leaders (VOKA). To provoke debates (VELT, VENECO, HoGent) to the passionate transfer of knowledge (Flemish Parliament, European Commission).

His keynote addresses focus on the future of agriculture, food, food forests, agroecology, permaculture, society, entrepreneurship that stand the test of time and life.

He has performed before various audiences in Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy, Austria and Greece.

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PUT IT ON PAPER!

Louis De Jaeger is only too happy to use his pen to share his visions with the world. He writes opinions for Knack, De Standaard, De Morgen, Weekend Knack, MO Magazine, Oase and various blogs.

He is currently finalizing his non-fiction debut on his personal quest for the future of agriculture. To do this, he traveled the world, interviewing and visiting more than 60 farmers, teachers and others in the field.

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