Raphael Dana, Galixo’s CEO
Disruptive business strategy for startups and enterprises in the tech, mobile and digital space. Globally.
Content publishers and tech businesses today must engineer their business strategies in an increasingly globalized, crowded, and volatile market. Galixo’s global strategic team partner with our clients to achieve critical mass, exponentially accelerating, revenue and profitability. (Re)engineering also offers existing players an opportunity to (re)conquer both domestic and international markets with their mobile, web apps & internet platforms a second chance. Galixo designs powerful, innovative, even revolutionary strategies and methodologies. By connecting our clients with our global execution network, we offer rapid expansion and distribution to over 20 key markets across 5 continents.
Bio Raphael Dana is a serial entrepreneur passionate about media, technology and innovative business ventures. With a large experience in web development, mass media publishing and PR strategy, he has initiated a series of entrepreneurial projects in Switzerland, the US and the UK and is now setting foot in Asia. Raphael is the founder of Galixo, a global consulting strategy company that accelerate business in the tech, mobile and digital space. As Galixo’s CEO, he has been defining its unique business model and disruptive consulting approach.
In 1995, Raphael co-founded NetArchitects, a pioneering web development company based in Geneva with some of the leading top 500 Fortune accounts as clients and sold in 2002 to Altran Technologies (www.altran.com), In 2003, Raphael co-founded a niche media group focused on business & financial publishing (www.market.ch) as well as high net worth luxury publications (www.surlaterre.com) with a unique cosmopolitan concept and targeted distribution in over 20 cities in the world. In 2011, Raphael decided to create GALIXO where he merges his passion for entrepreneurship and technology with his talent for pioneering business models and marketing strategy.
Raphael founded the Entrepreneur’s Organization Geneva chapter (www.eo.org) for which he has been its first president and has lectured in several universities about entrepreneurship.