Atanas Genkov is dedicated to the positive development for people, teams and organisations, realising transformative experiences both in urban environments and in the wild. He has more than 10 years of international experience in coaching, designing and conducting training courses in personal development, leadership, sustainability and outdoor learning.
Boyan Yordanov grew up in Varna and has the usual goals in life, namely to have a good education and to work in a high position in order to be able to ensure a higher standard. Until music turns his life upside down and transforms his way of thinking. From a dream for the big stage, until today, when Boyan has released 9 solo songs and videos, broadcast on Bulgarian music television and radio, collaborations with other artists, media appearances and interviews on national air.
She is a chairman of club “Friends of the Sea” – Varna since 1998 and the engine of its main activities related to the protection of the cleanliness of the beaches and the sea as well as the training of young people in marine specialties. In 1991 she becomes a first degree diving instructor. Instructor “Two Stars” at the World Federation of Underwater Activities (CMAS). Organizer of youth initiatives and trainer in the field of non-formal education.
Hristo Hristov is a screenwriter whose work has given us some of the funniest moments in television, cinema and theater. Hristo has a professional career from 1991 until today. As the main screenwriter of "Fort Boyar", "Alaminut", "Without Words", "The Funniest Animals and People on the Planet" he creates entertainment for young and old in front of the small screen. With number of appearances and project documentaries, including "Danube Legends" and "The Kingdom of the Trout". On the big screen today, his work is the screenplay for the movie "Yatagan". In the theater he is the author of the productions "Who Stole the Goldfish" and "Two Tickets to Paris".
Neven Boyanov started programming as a student in 1984 and continued as a student of mathematics and computer science at the University of Veliko Tarnovo. From 1999 to 2004 he lived and worked in USA and he returned to Bulgaria to start his own business. In 2013, he founded the Tinusaur project, which helps students learn programming, math and physics in a fun and practice-oriented way. He teaches at the University of Veliko Tarnovo, guest speaker in schools and universities.
Niki Iliev made his directorial debut in cinema with the film "Foreigner" in 2012 - the most watched Bulgarian film of the same year. He won 5 awards from Bulgaria and abroad. The screenplay for his third feature film, "Knockout" or "All she wrote"won the Best Screenplay Award at the Los Angeles Independent Film Awards.