The Oradian CEO, Antonio Separovic
Oradian is a financial inclusion company that enables financial institutions in the emerging markets to know and control better their portfolios by digital transformation. Its cloud-based financial software provides access to capital for over a million impoverished people.
GQR CEO, Steven Talbot
Don’t get into the trap of feeling like you should know everything or pretending that you do. If you take that route, you’ll stop thinking, learning and asking questions. Furthermore, it will affect your credibility and you’ll start pretending you know things that you don’t.
Awais Ahmed, CEO and co-founder of Pixxel
From a student team to the space startup: Interview with Awais Ahmed, CEO and co-founder of Pixxel
CEO and Founder of Data Science UA, Aleksandra Sirovatko
So, in 2016 I decided to hold the first data science conference in Kyiv. Suddenly, it turned out to be the right decision: we’ve got a lot of attendees and great feedback. There were only a few networking events in this field in Ukraine, and people wanted to know more.
Usman Gul, co-founder & CEO of Airlift
Airlift is a Pakistani transportation startup that’s building (what it calls) a decentralized mass transit system to offer users a reliable daily commute option. Currently available in Lahore and Karachi, the startup allows users to book rides on premium quality buses and vans that have fixed routes, times and stops.
Fintech Startup Founder: Rob Koyfman, Koyfin
Rob Koyfman has been an investment analyst on Wall Street since 2002 with research and strategy roles at Goldman Sachs, Citigroup and most recently, Tekne Capital.
ABN AMRO. CEO Kees van Dijkhuizen
Sustainability is a business opportunity for us. We won’t be the only bank doing this – but we do want to be a front runner.
CashBasha’s co-founder, Fouad Jeryes
CashBasha, one of the leading Jordanian cross-border ecommerce startup that enables users to purchase products from different leading global ecommerce websites including Amazon last week announced that it’s shutting down […]
Pedro Conrade, CEO Neon Pagamentos
Pedro Conrade is CEO and founder of pioneer Brazilian fintech, Neon Pagamentos, which today has over 2 million users and is backed by blue-chip funds such as Monashees. In this interview, he discusses the key reasons behind Neon’s success, its greatest challenges and its plans for the future.
Televerde CEO, Morag Lucey
Believe it or not, at 20-years of age, I was set on a career in fashion. I absolutely love clothes, style and the art of designing. What I didn’t know was how difficult it was to turn this passion into a lucrative career.