Adam Berger, Angel Investor Charged Up on Creativity – Episode 39.75

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Adam Berger is the President of Doering Fleet Management a corporate vehicle lease and fleet management company headquartered in Brookfield, WI.  He’s also an early stage & angel investor and a Board Member at Brightstar Wisconsin, a non-profit venture capital firm and an expert in electric and autonomous vehicles.  

Adam grew up in the Boston area and became an entrepreneur at an early age, selling fruits & vegetables door to door.  He graduated from the business school at Babson College where he helped start the first internet / streaming radio station in the country.  A self-described “creative” with a messy desk, Adam explains how he’s driven by a desire to experiment with what’s next as well as by a fear of the dangers of complacency.  

Mike and Adam cover a ton of great stuff in this episode, including how he became an expert in digital & content marketing, his love of being a connector, the future of the internal combustion engine, health and how driving his electric vehicle makes him feel like he’s a part of the future.  

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