Epi Ludvik Nekaj
Epi is the founder of Crowdsourcing Week, the platform designed to bring open innovation and efficiency to organizations by leveraging the power of the Crowd. Founded in 2012, it has since then produced two flagship global conferences, organized crowdsourcing summits across three continents, and built excitement around a global movement. He has also founded Ludvik&Partners, one of New York’s hottest boutique virtual ad agencies built on a 100% crowdsourcing model. A couple of days ago we had the pleasure to interview Epi, and follow-up on what is expected for this weeks Summit, so head on here to read more.
Georg shaped the vision of Gjakova, through being inspired by six years of motivating project experiences in Kosovo and his personal enthusiasm for Gjakova. As chairman he brings in the learnings from his professional career as economist, entrepreneur, member of various boards, Investor and from his private life as partner, father, grandfather, music enthusiast and sponsor, hobby cellist. Georg is expected to share more light on why he has chosen to be involved with the city of Gjakova and make amazing projects come to life.
Emanuele Musa is graduated in electronic engineering at the Politecnico di Torino, and in International Management at the European School of Management ESCP (London – Paris – Rio de Janeiro). The concept of Babele was the subject of his master thesis in Brazil. Previous work experience include: Project Planning and Management for Procter & Gamble in Paris, financial analysis at the Fund Manager “AE Global Investment Solutions ltd” in London, strategic analysis at Bombardier Transportation in Brussels, strategy consulting at Advention Business Partners in Paris and management consulting at IBM in Paris. Emanuele will be sharing a panel with Kushtrim and Epi on what is crowdsourcing and why it’s important in todays economies.
Stay tuned for the next final round of speakers, and make sure to check out the website for details.