Tobias Kremkau (Germany)

Tobias Kremkau (Germany)


Man of a few words, But those few words… wow. He would be a great diplomat. Head of Coworking at St. Oberholz in Berlin. Editor at Large at blog Netzpiloten. Co-founder of the German Coworking Federation (GCF).

Ronald Van Der Hoff (Netherlands)

Ronald Van Der Hoff (Netherlands)


A man with a vision. He believes in social capital. What goes around, it comes around. But only good things. Co-owner of Seats2meet.com and TheSerendipityMachine.com. Trendwatcher and Public Speaker. Author of Society30 and Hospitality-tech.

Lenneke Van Rossum (Netherlands)

Lenneke Van Rossum (Netherlands)


You will never meet more positive person in your life. Sometimes her smiling is just irritating. Communication Manager at Society 3.0 and Head of International Development Department Seats2meet.com.

Betsy Bonnema (USA)

Betsy Bonnema (USA)


She is a long runner. Not for a short dash. Wow chaser. Graphic Designer and Writer. Owner of coworking space WorkUp. Co-owner of advertising and marketing agency Red star creative for 20 years.

Mike LaRosa (USA)

Mike LaRosa (USA)


He likes his coffee. And his sandwich. And his chocolate cake. Well, he is a foodie. International Speaker, Coworking Expert, Thought Leader, Podcast Producer. Recovering Event Planner & Sponsorship Guru. Agora RDM, Miles to Go – Travel Tips, News & Reviews you can’t afford to miss. He is a Coworkacholic!

Jeannin Van der Linden (Netherlands)

Jeannin Van der Linden (Netherlands)


She has no idea what she is going to say next but would like to point out, nor does anyone. Has been a Lawyer, stage manger, has set up a conservatory for endangered animals and made custom perfumes. Founder of de Kamer, an intentional network of coworking spaces. Director of European Coworking Assembly, Managing Partner in Open Coworking. Proud member of Axschat community, an open online community of individuals dedicated to creating an inclusive world, and of the #pinksocks tribe.

Luka Piškorič (Slovenia)

Luka Piškorič (Slovenia)


Pioneer of coworking in this region and Master of crowdfunding world wide. Luka Piškorič is a co-founder of Slovenia Coworking initiative and co-founder and managing director of Poligon Creative Centre – the first Slovenian creative centre, established as a platform for empowerment of independent professionals working in the creative industries and culture. He also works internationally as an expert on creative and cultural industries and is a founding member of the Cultural Policy Designers Network.

Jovana Ružičić (Serbia)

Jovana Ružičić (Serbia)


“Freedom is always the freedom of the one who thinks differently” Rosa Luxemburg said once. And she knew that there will be more freedom and human rights women fighters in the days to come after her time. Jovana is one of them. She is a founder and director of the Center for Moms, an organization advocating for moms rights. Besides providing free legal and psychological help to moms, organizing educational workshops and webinars and organizing campaigns aimed to change policies regarding moms, Center for moms is a voice and support system for mom entrepreneurs. Jovana is an activist with almost two decades of experience, graduated psychologist and communicologist, a master in public relations and a mom of Jevrem and Anđelija.

Marija Raos Fitzhugh (Croatia)

Marija Raos Fitzhugh (Croatia)


Marija Raos Fitzhugh has many years of experience in informal education and consulting, primarily in the non-profit sector. Since 2013, she has been actively involved in the work of the Croatian Independent Professionals Society (CIPA) and the implementation of Coworking and Social Innovation projects. Since 2016, he has been a member of the European Freelancers’ Week Co-ordination Team. Her special interests are the media psychology, research and development and the future of work.

Željko Crnjaković (Serbia)

Željko Crnjaković (Serbia)


He is a tough cookie. Ok, maybe a tough muffin. Stubborn enough to stay in coworking for such a long time, learned him how to change, adopt and repeat. He is the founder of the first coworking space in Subotica in 2013. Since that time he has continuously been working on promoting and strengthening coworking communities across Serbia and the region, while building the local community in Subotica through several iterations of coworking spaces, navigating both ups and downs along the way. He is also a successful entrepreneur and founder of a digital content agency Solutium, involved with many educational projects for developing entrepreneurship and online business.

Nikoleta Kosovac (Serbia)

Nikoleta Kosovac (Serbia)


She is a doer, not a talker when it’s about fighting for the rights of marginalized groups of people. She graduated at the Philology faculty in Belgrade, at the department for Scandinavian languages and literatures. She always wanted to develop something that she believed into and that is how she entered the world of social entrepreneurship and started to develop LICEULICE, the first street paper in Serbia, together with small group of CSOs and individuals. She works as a Coordinator of LICEULICE for ten years already and deals with numerous challenges that both independent and activist media and social and economic empowerment of the most vulnerable citizens carries within.

Branimir Brkljač (Serbia)

Branimir Brkljač (Serbia)


He is an experienced beginner. He was in marketing before marketing. He is a  Founder of Mokrin House and founder of so many good and smart things which he made with his hands, and intuition, from scratch. Co-owner of Studio Moderna Group, which deals with direct advertising and e-commerce, and operates in 22 countries of Central and Eastern Europe.

Carsten Foertsch (Germany)

Carsten Foertsch (Germany)


He knows his numbers. Master of analysis and research in coworking. Founder and Editor at Deskmag.com. A social scientist, Carsten is passionate about new trends in urban affairs and the creative labour market, two things which are perfectly combined in the concept of coworking.

Lazar Džamić (Serbia)

Lazar Džamić (Serbia)


A walking encyclopedia. But not because he worked for Google. People are already quoting him on social medias because what he says, you will remember. He used to play drums and actually was good at that. Expert for digital marketing. Lecturer, Journalist, Writer. Marketing Consultant and Author of professional texts on digital and analog communication. He spent the past 16 years in London where he was strategist in several advertising agencies, and the last two years in Google Creative ZOO Team.

Slavimir Stojanović (Serbia)

Slavimir Stojanović (Serbia)


Loving father and husband, writer, dancer… He was supposed to play football but he was too passionate about it. As a hobby he is doing a graphic design, Illustrates, and he is a visual artist and Creative Director. He has won over 300 international awards in the field of design and advertising. Winner of the UEPS Lifetime Achievement Award.

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