Joana Breidenbach studied cultural anthropology and is the author of numerous publications on the cultural consequences of globalization, migration, and tourism. Including: Dance of Cultures, published by Antje Kunstmann 1998, Rowohlt 2000, Maxikulti, Campus 2008, and Seeing Culture Everywhere, University of Washington Press 2009. Joana Breidenbach is a founder of betterplace.org and leads the betterplace lab.
Dr. Guido Sandler is founder and CEO of BERGFÜRST, the first equity crowd investing platform for investing in growth-stage companies, based in Berlin. Guido Sandler has revolutionized the finance industry with innovative concepts before: as founder of Berliner Effektenbank AG, an investment bank, and of E*Trade Bank AG, which specialized in online discount brokerage.
Mark Turrell is a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader (2010) and Technology Pioneer (2008). He pioneered the development of crowdsourcing and collective intelligence as founder of Imaginatik plc (www.imaginatik.com), focused on innovation and collaborative problem solving. During this time he consulted to hundreds of companies and business units, spanning a wide range of industries including healthcare, technology, chemicals, industrial, telecommunications and government.
Artur Reimer is a DJ and producer of electronic music. Mark Moebius studied classical music at the Academies of Music in Frankfurt/Main and Munich. Artur and Mark both moved to Berlin in 2004 and finally met in 2009. They started producing electronic music together, meeting somewhere between classic and techno and soon found out that their cooperation became something special.
Soon they developed a vision of a new kind of music that is generated by using one’s own body as an instrument. After one year of research and development they founded the company “Nagual Sounds Interactive Music Limited” in order to develop and sell the products of their technology that transforms data into music of tonal structures.