Kristina Tsvetanova

Julia Römer

Mette Laursen

Mette Laursen is the CEO and Founder of LinKS, the leading educational network for top influencers in the Nordics. LinKS is based in Copenhagen BLOXHUB.

Mette believes that when working with visions and making sense of the future, people need to increase their peripheral vision. On LinKS programs everyone all sits on a school bench together to create a common language for the greater visions. Reaching out to connect.


Kresse Wesling, MBE, is a multi-award winning environmental entrepreneur and Young Global Leader with a background in venture capital and significant start-up experience. After first meeting with the London Fire Brigade in 2005, Kresse launched Elvis & Kresse, which turns industrial waste into innovative lifestyle products and returns 50% of profits to charities related to the waste. Elvis & Kresse’s first line is made from decommissioned fire hose, 50% of the profits from this line are donated to the Fire Fighters Charity.

Aude Latouche

Aude LATOUCHE is a business owner and Mergers & Acquisitions expert with 20 years of experience in France and abroad. She held different positions in international investment banks such as Crédit Agricole Indosuez and JP Morgan, as well as corporates such as Arcelor Group. In 2007, she initiated AL CORPORATE ADVICE, a Mergers & Acquisitions company dedicated to privately owned groups and combining strategic advice, financial expertise and business owners coaching.

Lise Pape

Ciara Donlon

Marina Ross

Raomal Perera

Raomal is an educator and loves to work with entrepreneurs. However his primary role is helping established businesses make innovation work. He uses an interesting mix of his hands-on experience of building successful companies and the more recent experience of academia and research in helping companies GET, KEEP and GROW their customers, using a number of highly effective tools and processes. Follow his work on

Carmen Hijosa

After 15 years of working in the design and manufacturing of leather goods, Carmen Hijosa, a Spanish citizen, was sent to the Philippines to help develop the leather industry. Her intense research on pineapple fibres led to the development of a new material, Piñatex™, and the creation of the company Ananas Anam.


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