Jimmy Wales founded the Wikimedia Foundation, a nonprofit charitable organization dedicated to encouraging the growth, development and distribution of free, multilingual content, and to providing the full content of these wiki-based projects to the public free of charge.
Ranked by Forbes Magazine as a “Web Celeb”, Jimmy Donal Wales is a U.S. Internet entrepreneur, wiki pioneer, and technology visionary, who is best known as the Founder of Wikipedia, an international collaborative free content encyclopedia on the Internet, and the Wikimedia Foundation. He is also the founder of WikiTribune, a groundbreaking ad-free news platform that produces evidence-based journalism, and co-founder of Wikia, a privately owned free web hosting service he set up in 2004.
In 2017, Wales founded WikiTribune, an ad-free global news platform that aims to address the idea that “the news is broken and we can fix it.” By pairing standards-based journalism with a team of dedicated community contributors and a crowdfunded business model, WikiTribune ensures articles are fact-checked and un-biased, sources are transparent, and users have the ability to flag and contribute to the articles they read. As citizens’ demand for reliable, fact-based journalism grows ever-louder, Wales is blazing a path forward that will reshape news media.
Chaobin Yang currently serves as President of 5G Product Line and is responsible for strategic planning, development and delivery of Huawei's 5G solutions, bringing the next generation of wireless technology to a hyper-connected society.
Prior to this role, Mr. Yang was Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) of Huawei Wireless Network Product Line where he was responsible for strategic planning and marketing activities for Huawei's wireless product portfolio. Mr. Yang led the planning and R&D teams and collaborated with key industry partners worldwide to promote the healthy development of the industry chain and universal applications, accelerating the proliferation of 3G and 4G networks. He was also the founder of Huawei's Mobile Innovation Center, and inventor of the industry pioneering SingleRAN solution.
Mr. Yang joined Huawei in 1998, working on UMTS signal processing algorithms. In 2000, he became the head of Huawei Wireless Research, where he made significant contributions to the evolution of WCDMA/HSPA/LTE. From 2008 to 2011, He served as the head of Huawei's LTE Product Line and Huawei’s R&D center in Sweden.
Mr. Yang received a Master's degree in Telecommunications from University of Science and Technology of China in 1998.
Philipp Rösler is the former Vice-Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany and board member of several companies and institutions.
After completing his doctorate in cardio-thoracic-vascular surgery at Hanover Medical School and leaving the military service, where he was previously active as a medical officer, Rösler became the Chairman of the FDP parliamentary group of the Lower Saxony State Assembly. Later on, he became Federal Minister of Health, chairman of the FDP party, and eventually Vice-Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany. After his role as a high-ranking politician, he became a member of the managing board of the World Economic Forum in 2014. Currently, he is active as a board member in several industry companies and startups.
Elisabeth Udolf-Strobl is the Federal Minister Of Digital And Economic Affairs
She studied course of translator and interpreter at the University of Vienna, graduated Mag. Phil.
Post-graduate study course of international political and economic relations at the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna.
2018 Head of the Cultural Heritage Department, Economic Ministry
2002–2017 Head of the Tourism and Historical Objects Department, Economic Ministry
1999–2002 Head of the Tourism Department, Economic Ministry
1996–1999 Head of Minister's Cabinet, Economic Ministry
1991–1996 Member of the Minister's Cabinet at the Economic Ministry and Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Catharina van Delden is the founder and CEO of innosabi GmbH.
She studied business and food production and also holds an MBA from TU Munich and UC Berkeley. Before founding the innsoabi GmbH, she worked for OSRAM’s marketing division in Munich and in the Indian office in Delhi. As a regular key note speaker and author of various publications, she shares her experiences and knowledge resulting from the daily work on digitalization: in particular the organizational change in digital times and the implications of industry 4.0 for the society and the economy. Catharina is multiple INFOCOM Future Leadership Award laureate for the topics “innovation in a downturn” and “innovation driving service excellence” and author of the book “Crowdsourced Innovation”. Furthermore she represents the ICT industry’s interests with her continuous engagement in the BITKOM committee. Since April 2017 she is part of the advisory board (south) of Deutsche Bank AG. In 2014 the German Society for Computer Science honored Catharina as one of the central pioneers in Germany’s development towards digitalization. The journal Computerwoche called Catharina “one of the 50 most influential women in the German IT sector”.
Anahita Thoms heads Baker McKenzie's International Trade Practice in Germany and Austria.
She was appointed for the third consecutive term co-chair of the Export Controls and Economic Sanctions Committee of the ABA. Anahita is also the vice-chair of the ABA Privacy, E-Commerce & Data Security Steering Committee. Anahita has won various accolades for her work, including Rising Star 2016 by the New York Law Journal, International Trade Lawyer (NY) at the ILO Client Choice Awards. Anahita is regularly interviewed for example by CNBC, Reuters, CNN Money, Deutsche Welle, Handelsblatt, Börsenzeitung and BBC Radio 4 and BBC World TV.
Anahita focuses her practice on global investigations, particularly in the fields of international trade law and data protection. She has significant experience advising on internal compliance programs, accompanying internal and external investigations and self-disclosures in cases of breaches of sanctions, export control and foreign investment review, closely collaborating with the competent authorities. She also has considerable experience in the area of data protection and business and human rights.
Dr. Andreas Bierwirth, born 1971, has been CEO of Magenta Telekom (formerly T-Mobile Austria) since September 1, 2012.
Bierwirth is a member of the Supervisory Board of the sister company Telekom Deutschland and was previously Chairman of the Supervisory Board of T-Mobile Poland from 2015 to 2016. After training as a banker, Andreas Bierwirth studied business administration at the University of Münster and received his doctorate (Dr. rer. pol.) from the Institute of Marketing. As Deputy Managing Director of Eurowings, he developed the repositioning and rebranding of the Lufthansa subsidiary Germanwings from 2002, which he headed from 2004. After two years as Vice President Marketing of Deutsche Lufthansa, he was appointed Chief Commercial Officer of Austrian Airlines in 2008 and Chief Financial Officer from 2009 to 2012. Bierwirth is a trained professional pilot and Non-Executive Board Member of EasyJet, London.
Vinay Rao is a Director on the Trust and Safety team at YouTube.
He has been in the Trust and Safety space for over 12 years at Google, Airbnb, Stripe, and YouTube. He has led teams that have worked on click fraud, payment fraud, content abuse, and offsite safety like property and physical security. Vinay holds a PhD in Engineering from Stanford University.
Clemens Feil is a private equity investor focused on identifying, analyzing, and investing in the most attractive companies in emerging markets.
He serves as a Vice President at Bain Capital, one of the world's leading multi-asset alternative investment firms with over $100 billion of assets under management. Clemens spends his time between Bain Capital’s offices in Boston and New York, and traveling to various emerging markets countries. Clemens holds a Bachelor’s degree from the London School of Economics (LSE) and a Master’s degree from Columbia University. Additionally, Clemens obtained his Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Harvard Business School.
Danny has worked in virtually every capacity within Film and television with a career spanning almost 40 years.
Renowned for his enthusiasm and relaxed style of working yet still considered a leader and an innovator he has risen to achieve international acclaim in the world of entertainment across multiple genres. Danny has been recognised for both his technical and his creative expertise as an award winning designer, writer and producer and has been a voting member of The British Academy of Film & Television Arts (BAFTA) since 1998.Danny now produces all forms of visual media through Noveray Media, the company that he co-founded with his screenwriter wife Emma in 2008. He also administrates the Premiere Media Fund which secures investment and financing for independent projects, as well as Noveray’s own intellectual property.
Valentin Stalf is co-founder and CEO of N26. In 2013 he founded N26 with his longtime friend Maximilian Tayenthal. Back then already, both shared a vision of building a bank that the world loves to use.
Since the initial product launch in 2015, N26 has grown to include more than 3.5 million customers across 24 European markets — with plans to enter the US in 2019. The firm has raised more than $500 million from some of the world’s most well-known investors, including Insight Venture Partners, GIC - Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, Tencent, Allianz X, Peter Thiel’s Valar Ventures, Li Ka-Shing’s Horizons Ventures, Earlybird Venture Capital, Battery Ventures, in addition to members of the Zalando management board, and Redalpine Ventures. N26 has more than 1300 employees based in Berlin, New York, Barcelona and Vienna, who are concentrated on reinventing the banking experience for the digital generation. With its full banking license, state-of-the-art technology and no branch network, N26 is redesigning banking for the 21st century.
Before N26, Valentin was an Entrepreneur in Residence for Rocket Internet, an incubator and investor in online startups. There he helped to develop several companies in the mobile payments industry, including payleven and Paymill GmbH. Moreover, he worked in strategy consulting and investment banking.
Markus is co-founder and Managing Director of FINEWAY, a travel tech startup based in Munich developing the FINEWAY Conversational AI, a service powered by advanced statistics & deep learning methods to decode your travel DNA.
Based on hundreds of accumulated data points the company successfully creates and delivers perfectly tailored travel experiences within minutes. Markus has headed several technological projects within the startup ecosystem but has also worked for Fortune-500 companies. He was a senior manager at Amazon and as a founder, contributed to the development of transforming Westwing into the market leader for the home & living division in Switzerland within three years. Prior to those roles, he dedicated 10 years working as a consulting manager for several leading global management consultancies from markets in Japan to Saudi Arabia, advising clients in areas of technology management, marketing & sales automation, as well as several multinational companies on internationalization and growth strategies in Asia-Pacific. He combines technical expertise with a true entrepreneurial spirit. Markus studied at the Universities of Paris Lodron, Rotman School of Management, and Fudan University in Shanghai.
Jan F. Kallmorgen is the founder & CEO of BGA - Berlin Global Advisors, a geopolitical and government affairs consultancy based in Berlin, Frankfurt New York and London.
BGA advises business and finance executives and boards on international economic, financial and security policies and their impact on strategies, business models, investments and strategic positioning. Jan combines a background in history, finance, diplomacy and public policy. He received Masters‘ degrees from Freie University Berlin and Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and worked at Goldman Sachs, the German Council on Foreign Relations, the European Group for Investor Protection and Interel, a global public affairs consultancy. Jan serves as chairman of the non-profit think tank Atlantic Initiative and is an alumnus of various Young Leader programs. He is a regular speaker at international conferences.
Jörn is globally recognized for digital transformation in payment.
He envisioned and now heads the highly successful Value Added Services department and Innovation Lab at Wirecard, serving as EVP. With his deep knowledge, experience, access to global networks and strong affinity for spotting trends, his expertise lies in the digitalization of retail and in developing innovative solutions for mobile payments: mobile wallets, smart value-added services and big data projects with partners and clients, including Alipay, WeChat Pay, Berjaya, O2, Orange, Printemps, and Deutsche Telekom. He is confident and dynamic on stages around the world, invigorating the crowd while sharing future trends in retail, customer satisfaction and value added services to make tomorrow’s payment journey happen today.
Martin Winkler is Spokesman of the Management Board, Verkehrsbüro Group
Born in 1981, Martin Winkler, MBA, has been spokesman of the Verkehrsbüro Group’s executive board since 1 October 2017. He is responsible for the hotel and events division, consisting of the brands Austria Trend Hotels, Palais Events, as well as the group-level areas of strategy, corporate governance, marketing and communication, accounting and controlling. Winkler has been with the Verkehrsbüro Group since 2001. He initially joined the group as an assistant to the executive board before subsequently assuming responsibility for group marketing and controlling. In 2012 the father of two children was appointed joint manager of Eurotours and three years later he joined the management of the Verkehrsbüro hotel division.
Peter Hanke is Executive City Councillor for Finance, Business, Digital Innovation and International Affairs for the City of Vienna
After studying at the University of Economics Vienna, Peter Hanke started working in different positions at Wien Holding Group in 1993. In 2002 he became the managing director of the Group, which is owned by the City of Vienna, has 2,900 employees and generates around 500 million Euros in annual sales. In May of 2018 he was elected as Executive City Councillor for finance, business, digital innovation and international affairs and has been a member of the Viennese executive city government since then. He is also currently the president of the Vienna Tourism Board and the Vienna Business Agency.
Peter Hanke has also been active in philanthropic and humanitarian work. He is on the board of “Kinderfreunde” – an organization that provides education and care for children – as well as the NGO “Wirtschaft und Integration”, focused on integration through economic opportunities.
Alexander Biach is “Business location advocate” of Vienna and Deputy Director of the Vienna Chamber of Commerce
Was recently appointed the first “Business location advocate” of Vienna. His major role in this function is to point out the advantages of new urban projects for the town of Vienna, the business location and the enterprises. His function as Deputy Director of the Vienna Chamber of Commerce gives him the insight into the challenges of Viennas Entrepreneurs and corporations, his function as Chairman of the Main Association of Austrian Social Security Institution adds the social aspects to his portfolio of location knowledge
The father of two studied Business Administration at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration and earned his PHD degree in Social and Economic Sciences.
Sophie has been the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Atos since January 2019.
She joined the Atos group in 2014 following the acquisition by Atos of Bull, where she held the position of Head of Research & Development. At Atos, Sophie was head of the Research & Development for the Big Data & Cybersecurity division, from 2014 to January 2019. Alongside this, Sophie is part of the Atos Quantum Advisory board, chaired by Thierry Breton with Serge Haroche (Nobel 2012). Before Atos, Sophie held various technical managerial positions at Bull in the mainframe, IT administration solutions and HW server design. In 2010, Sophie headed the Tera100 Project which delivered the CEA with the first Petaflops-scale calculator in Europe. She has been a member of the board of directors of Worldline since December 2016 and a member of the board of directors of the Université Technologique de Troyes (UTT) since December 2018. Sophie Proust is a graduate of the Ecole Supérieure d’Electricité “Supélec” of Paris.
Jochen Borenich is a member of managing board at Kapsch BusinessCom.
Jochen Borenich is a member of managing board at Kapsch BusinessCom. As a leading ICT-partner in digitalization, the company operates as a consultant, system supplier and service provider. Kapsch BusinessCom supports companies and institutions in taking their performance to a next level and developing new business models. Kapsch is a partner for keeping abreast of rapidly evolving digital technologies thanks to its expertise in handling large quantities of data and all matters of IT-security, in addition to the valuable experience gained from successful implementation of various use cases across numerous industries.
Edward G. Rogoff is a Professor and former Dean of the LIU Brooklyn School of Business, Public Administration and Information Sciences.
Prior to that he was the Lawrence N. Field Professor of Entrepreneurship in the Department of Management of the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College, The City University of New York. He was also Chair of the Department of Management. He received a B.A., M.B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. from Columbia University where he wrote his thesis under the supervision of Nobel Laureate William Vickrey. Edward Rogoff has served as the Academic Director of the Lawrence N. Field Center for Entrepreneurship at Baruch College, teaches, and conducts research in entrepreneurship, particularly relative to minority and later-life issues. Dr. Rogoff was named the 2010 Outstanding Entrepreneurship Educator of the Year by the United States Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
Felix Lee is the overseas managing director at EHang, an intelligent aerial vehicle company with integrated capacities of R&D, develop a series of user-friendly, safe, intelligent and efficient Autonomous Aerial Vehicles (AAV), air mobility solutions, smart city management solutions, aerial media solutions, and other commercial solutions.
Felix is EHang’s cross border investment, industrialisation, projects and business specialist. Supporting EHang with his deep technological know-how in various sectors and international business development expertise.
Before that, Felix operatively supports portfolio companies to realise opportunities in booming Asian markets to generate top financial returns and environmental benefits. He leads the China Growth strategy and strategic business development and takes care of the portfolio companies set up and structuring in China.
Before that, Felix built up the production facilities and distribution channels for a European photovoltaic solar panel and lighting producer, building the business from scratch to 1.2 billion Euros. Fluent in German, English and Chinese, Felix builds the bridge between China and Europe. With 15 years of cross border business development experience and a strong track record of successful technology transfer and Asian Europe expansion, he is a strong pillar of EHang future success.
Fedor Holz is one of the most successful poker players of all time, and is widely considered to be one of the world’s greatest young strategic minds.
Over the course of his brief and impressive poker career, Fedor won over $32 million in live events. Based in Vienna, Fedor now turned investor and entrepreneur. Together with his team at Primed Group, he has a focus on long-term impact and projects that will bring about a systematic positive change. Currently, Primed Group is creating a unique community space located in Vienna for growing businesses, where diverse, value-led individuals can learn, share and develop in an environment of creative chaos and true collaboration.
Christian Rupp is an international digital transformation expert and leading digital adviser of more than fifteen governments worldwide. Since January 2019 he is engaged as Chief Innovation Officer (CIO) at JIL and MACH AG.
The Joint eGovernment and Open Data Innovation Lab (JIL) is a unique platform where public administrations, science and economy work together on concrete user orientated solutions to develop powerful sustainable digital innovations (e.g. explainable artificial intelligence). MACH AG has been supporting public administrations in digitization projects since 1985. Hundreds of thousands of users in federal and state authorities, municipalities, church administrations, teaching and research institutions and non-governmental organizations today rely on MACH solutions in Germany and beyond.
Maria Zesch, born in 1973, is CCO Business & Digitalization and is responsible for the business customer segment as well as the digitization agendas of Magenta.
Zesch has been working for the Deutsche Telekom Group since 2003 and since 2008 has held various management functions at T-Mobile Austria and the sister company T-Mobile Hrvatski.
As a graduate of WU Vienna Zesch is a proven marketing, sales and service leader and brings over 20 years of experience in top management functions, including companies such as international strategy consultancy A.T. Kearney and the ORF. Zesch is also a member of the supervisory board in the energy sector as well as in the telecom environment.
Since February 2017, Robert Machtlinger is the CEO of FACC AG.
He previously worked in various areas of the company until he was appointed to the Management Board in 2011. In his function as CEO, Machtlinger is responsible for strategic direction as well as the fields of Sales & Marketing, Program Management, Quality and Corporate Communications of FACC, a leading technology company in the global growth market of aerospace. As a developer, manufacturer and full-range supplier of advanced lightweight composite systems, the publicly traded company is actively shaping the mobility of the future.
Kristina Knezevic, Country Manager XING Austria
Since April 2019 Kristina Knezevic is the Country Manager for XING in Austria and has many years of strategic and operational experience in marketing and sales. She embodies the principle of 'New Work', which XING stands for, and drives the vision of a better working life internally and externally.
XING is the leading social network for professional contacts in German-speaking countries and accompanies its members through the paradigm shift in the world of work. In an environment of skills shortages, digitization and change of values, XING supports its 16 million members in harmonizing work and life as harmoniously as possible.
Andreas Nemeth is CEO of UNIQA Ventures, the Venture Capital entity of UNIQA Insurance Group.
He joined UNIQA in 2011 as Head of Group Controlling in charge of group-wide strategic planning, performance and cost management along with executing M&A and Corporate Finance transactions. As a part of the ambitious innovation initiatives of UNIQA in 2016, he built up a team to invest in thriving startups in 4 ecosystems: Fintech, Health, Mobility and Home and subsequently started UNIQA Ventures GmbH as a dedicated Venture Capital firm in 2018. Prior to UNIQA, Andreas Nemeth worked for Allianz SE for almost 10 years in different executive roles predominantly in Sales and the P&C business of Allianz Austria. While studying, he gained experience in the Fintech and Startup scene at Netway AG, CA-IB and Erste Bank. Andreas Nemeth studied Business Administration at Vienna University of Economics and Business and received a PhD from the University of St. Gallen for his empirical research on business model innovation in incumbent firms.
Alexander Wrabetz is Director General of the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation ORF since 2007.
After completing his law studies and obtaining his doctor’s degree in law in 1983, Wrabetz continued with his court internship. He then worked at the Erste Bank from 1984 to 1987. In 1987, he went on to become Assistant to the Board of Directors at the Österreichische Industrieverwaltungs-AG (ÖIAG), was Managing Director of Voest Alpine Intertrading GmbH in Linz from 1992, and subsequently Member of the Board of VAMED in Vienna, also part of the ÖIAG Group, from 1995 to 1998. He served as member of the Supervisory Board in several companies of ÖIAG and, as of 1995, he was appointed member of the ORF Board of Trustees. From 1998 to 2006 Wrabetz was Commercial Director of the ORF.
Han Xiao is an Engineering Lead at Tencent AI Lab, a board member at LF AI Foundation, and the Chairman of the German-Chinese Association of Artificial Intelligence.
Han received his Ph.D. and M.Sc. in computer science from the Technical University of Munich in Germany. At Tencent AI, Han leads a team on neural information retrieval, laying down the next-gen search infrastructure for a China’s everyday app: Wechat. Han is a highly regarded AI open-source evangelist. His "Fashion-MNIST" and "bert-as-service" were listed as the most popular AI open-source projects in 2017&18 world-widely. Han also serves at the Tencent Technical Advisory Council, pushing forward the best practice and open-source culture. Before joining Tencent, Han worked at Zalando in Berlin for 3.5y. He currently resides in Shenzhen and frequently travels between Shenzhen, Berlin, and Beijing.
Loic Claude is Managing Director of Volvo Car Group, Austria.
His responsibilities include: Bottom line responsibility, market earnings and volumes targets, acquaintance to people and market diversity and pragmatic leadership.
Curt Chadha is Vice President of Group Business Development and Managing Director CEE at Wirecard.
Curt is responsible for driving global, top-tier business opportunities for Wirecard and looks after the Wirecard CEE region as part of its management board. He has a proven history of working in the digital financial services space all over the globe. He works with high-profile business clients in the consumer electronics, retail, social and messaging as well as FinTech and banking sectors. He is passionate about the FinTech, payments and consumer banking industry and its digital evolution. Curt’s core competency lies in developing new ideas and strategies, as well as creating products and business models that live up to financial expectations. Prior to his employment at Wirecard, Curt Chadha led global digital financial services initiatives and held the position of Senior Director & Head of Strategic Initiatives at Western Union Digital.
Sindre Wimberger, Botfather.
Sindre Wimberger has been developing products and services for the Internet for almost 20 years. Currently as Service Designer for the City of Vienna. As Botfather of the WienBot, he ensures, among other things, that the WienBot is constantly learning and becoming smarter.
Jason Sobel is the Head of Infrastructure at Airbnb.
His teams build all the company's foundational technology including developer tooling, production and data infrastructure, and UX frameworks. Before stepping in to lead the Infrastructure team in 2019, Jason spent 3 years protecting Airbnb's community as part of the Trust team, where he managed teams across engineering, analytics, and customer care. Before joining Airbnb Jason spent time as the Vice President of Engineering at Quantifind, an Engineering Director at Facebook, and a Member of Technical Staff at NetApp. He holds a Bachelors and Masters degree in Computer Science from Brown University.
Ersan Günes is Co-Founder and CEO of IntraNav.
Ersan was born 1985 in Frankfurt, Germany. He studied electrical engineering at the university for applied sciences in Darmstadt and worked at the competence center for sensor systems (CCASS) on indoor positioning projects for minimally invasive surgery. Since 2014 he is CEO & Co-founder of IntraNav a startup focused in managing automated vehicles (AGV) by using it’s own developed real-time locating system and IIoT platform specialized for time series data processing and large scale route optimization.
Alexander Schönegger is Managing Director of Philip Morris Austria
Since June 2019 Alexander Schönegger is the Managing Director of Philip Morris Austria. He started at Philip Morris International in September 2018 as the Head of Activation Reduced Risk Products. Prior to this, he held several different positions within the Nestlé Corporation, among them Nestlé Professionals, Nestlé Waters and Nespresso. His career path lead him from Switzerland, via Singapore, the Benelux region and Japan where he was the President and Representative Director of Nespresso Japan. The Managing Director of Philip Morris Austria completed his undergraduate degree at the Vienna University of Economics and Business and successfully completed his postgraduate studies in European Management at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam.
Horst Glasauer is Head of IT Strategy at Verkehrsbüro Group
Horst Glasauer has been involved in software development and IT Management since 1973, starting at the “Technische Hochschule” (now TU) in Vienna. Since then he has been working in different areas, among others “Analytics / BI”, “Financial Accounting”, “Multimedia programs for exhibitions” and “Touristic information systems” (TIS / Tiscover)” for organisations like the Institute for Advanced Studies in Vienna, IBM Roece and Junisoft GmbH (co-founder). In 1990 he joined Eurotours International, which became a member of the Verkehrsbüro Group in 1998. Currently Mr. Glasauer is in charge of the Group IT (Strategy) at the Verkehrsbüro Group.
Felix Ohswald is Founder of the learning platform GoStudent
Felix Ohswald recognized that children need better individualized learning solutions. Together with his brother and his colleague Gregor they founded one of the fastest growing education tech companies in Europe
GoStudent connects teachers with children between the age of 6-18 for real-time science & language immersion learning online.