Mickey Beyer Clausen

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Mickey Beyer-Clausen (April 3, 1975 in Copenhagen) is a Danish-born, serial entrepreneur and philanthropist, based in New York.

Mickey Beyer-Clausen is the founder/co-founder of several technology businesses including Speednames (1999), Ascio Technologies (2001), Trunk Archive (2004)[1], Mental Workout (2009), and Timeshifter (2017). In addition, he is the founder of Happiness Foundation, which supports charitable organizations worldwide with strategic pro bono consultancy rather than money (2002).

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Mickey Beyer-Clausen is married to Allison Beyer-Clausen (2006) and lives in Southampton, New York with their two children, Anna and Oliver.

Philanthropy[edit]

In 2002, Beyer-Clausen formed a foundation called the Happiness Foundation, which supports several international nonprofits with strategic pro bono consultancy.

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