What I Believe…

Business is a tool to do massive amounts of good, while also doing well. The most effective way to find fulfillment, is through helping another human. It is cooler to be interested, than interesting. There is a big difference between happiness and excitement. Passion and purpose are the most sustainable sources of motivation. Honesty and vulnerability are the key to great relationships. Find inspiration and you’ll find motivation. Success is a journey, not a destination…you must find joy in in the process.

Biography

Andrew Horn is a serial social entrepreneur based in Brooklyn, NY.  In 2009, at the young age of 22, he started a children’s non-profit, Dreams for Kids DC, without any prior experience in launching a business. In just three years, he established the organization as one of the premiere adaptive athletic providers in Washington, D.C. (where kids with disabilities played sports with professional athletic orgs from the Washington Capitals to the DC United).  He was able to build a succession plan and stepped down in 2011 to start another non-profit venture called AbilityList, (think “Craigslist for people with disabilities.”).

Once Dreams for Kids DC and Ability List were operationally sound, Andrew went to work with best-selling author Sam Horn to launch The Intrigue Agency, a full-service branding/communications firm with offices in NYC and Washington, D.C.

Most recently, in 2014, Andrew launched TRIBUTE. He has built what The New Yorker calls “Hallmark 2.0” and makes it easy for people to send meaningful collaborative video montages to the people they care about on special occasions. He is on a deep mission to spread gratitude around the globe and already has tens of thousands of people using the site.

My Skills

  • Speaking

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  • Presentation Coaching

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  • Business Building

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  • Branding

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  • Marketing

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  • Leadership

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  • Management & Operations

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"It’s about connecting people who are disconnected — then connection becomes a function of art. The opportunity in the Connection Economy is about finding the problem (where are people disconnected)."

− Seth Godin

Andrew's Companies

Tribute

July 09, 2014

The Board Meeting

July 08, 2014

Telegraph Branding

April 01, 2014

AbilityList

January 27, 2014

The Intrigue Agency

January 27, 2014

Dreams For Kids

January 27, 2014