Geek Girls Carrots London #2

Thursday, October 23, 2014

7:00 PM

The Ministry Of Startups

4 Elder Street, E1 6BT, London

Geek Girls are delighted to invite you for our next meeting. This time we are happy to host you with our Partner: The Ministry Of Startups. Are you interested in running your own business but you are not sure how and where to start? Join our community to learn and share your experience.

Our speakers this time will talk about Start-up situation in CEE Region and business value coming from implemeting high speed/low level algorithms and why that’s important. Get ready and see you on Thursday!

Agenda:

19:00 – Registration

19:30 – Startup Ecosystem in the CEE and its Challenges – Sara Koslinska, CEE Changers, Language Republic

20:00 – Implemeting high speed/low level algorithms and why that’s important. – Maya Bonkowski

20:30- Changers, Language RepublicSocial media planning in startup’s. – Zosia Górska, WhiteBits.pl

after 21:00 – Networking & Afterparty

 

About Sara:

Sara is an entrepreneur and is engaged in a range of projects in support of entrepreneurship. These include business development for the CEE Changers, mentoring for aspiring entrepreneurs of the Prince’s Trust and covering topics of entrepreneurship and innovation for the Youth Reform Poland.

Sara’s articles on startups have been published by the Visegrad Insight, Respublica Nowa and Mamstartup. She has a degree in the Cultural Studies of the CEE and wrote a thesis on translation startups in the region. Originally from Poland, she has lived in Israel, is settled in London and travels Europe exploring its startup ecosystem.

 

About Zosia:

Social media strategist with a strong PR background. Designed the social media strategy for PZU, largest insurance provider in Central and Eastern Europe. In the last 8 years she planned and executed large communication projects for financial, real-estate and FMCG clients. Now living and working in London stays in touch with Polish brain power through WhiteBits, a small Digital Communications Consultancy (http://www.whitebits.co/). While advising companies big and small on how to build their social media enterprises, she’s hoping to grow WhiteBits‘ market presence, especially among UK based start ups.

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