Business leader, performing artist, social designer of BEE and founder of the first business school in The Netherlands that focuses entirely on creative professionals
Kevin ‘Blaxtar’ de Randamie
Kevin de Randamie believes that the creative spirit inside all of us seeks expression and constantly changes the physical world. He is not just a leading entrepreneur and creative genius known for his business education academy and spoken word artistry, he is also a person who has lost it all, faced fear head-on, and built a successful portfolio centered on the power of creativity.
Creative Tenacity, Business Acumen and Financial Independence, Resilience, Authentic Diversity and Inclusion, Storytelling and Strategic Planning with Creative Power, Interpreting Meaning, Creating Value and Making It Pay.
About Kevin de Randamie
Kevin speaks with the wisdom of lived experience when he says “we are not lost if we know where we’re going and make meaning out of suffering.” The Covid pandemic is a crisis with systemic impact across all sectors and industries that makes change necessary. For two decades Kevin de Randamie has built careers in the music, media & entertainment and education industries that rely on creativity to exist. Industries where innovation, resilience and dexterity are standard operating procedure, without exception. His companies include #Creative Revolution, Braenworks Academy and the record label RAEN Music. Known musically as “Blaxtar,” de Randamie shared the stage with fellow artists like Jay Z, Lil Wayne, Typhoon and many more. He also advises at the top levels in the Dutch government who work to improve the economic resilience of the creative industry, D&I and promote racial justice nationally. Kevin de Randamie advises the Top Team Creative Industry for the Ministries of both Economic Affairs, and Education & Science. His TED Talk entitled “Calling for a Creative Revolution” has been seen by thousands of people around the world.
As a corporate storyteller, Kevin de Randamie works with major international corporations that include: Intel, Heineken, T-Mobile, Randstad, and the Obama Foundation, to express their values and identity through innovative spoken word performance.