Karoli Hindriks will speaks on the importance of engaging with this very misunderstood group of people
“Selfish”, “Crazy”, “Entitled”, “Passionate”, “Analytical”, “Efficient”- these are just some of the powerful, and sometimes conflicting, adjectives used to describe the traits of millennials. Say what you want about them, you want them on your side- they are one of the biggest, highly sought-after consumers of today.
In comes Karoli Hindriks, a proud Millenial who just happens to be the Founder of Estonian startup, Jobbatical – a marketplace for an international career and adventures. She will be at Echelon Asia Summit 2016 to tell you exactly how you can Pave The Future Of Work To Engage Millennials And Beyond.
Hindriks founded her first company at the age of sixteen (officially becoming the youngest inventor of Estonia) and she hasn’t slowed down since.
Altogether, she has founded three and directed five companies in the media, marketing and recruiting fields. This included successfully leading the launch of seven television channels in Northern Europe (including National Geographic Channels, MTV, and Fox entertainment).
She was named one of the 20 most promising young entrepreneurs under 25 in Europe by the prestigious international business magazine BusinessWeek. Karoli is also an alumnus of Singularity University. She is passionate about the unbounded potential of the Millennial generation, and confident that we are on the brink of an unprecedented revolution in the world of work.
For facetime with Hindriks, Echelon Asia Summit’s the spot. Celebrate the tech pioneers of tomorrow with Earlybird tickets, now available at e27.co/echelon/asia
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