( PR4US.com | Press Release | 2017-06-06 15:50:04 )
Karoli will be joined in a panel discussion on “Finding Your Power” by technology startup founders Marta Krupinska, Azimo, Demet Mutlu, Trendyol and Ida Tin, Clue. Fortune MPW London brings together the most prominent global women leaders in business, along with select leaders from government, media, philanthropy, and the arts. The agenda is packed with networking, breakout discussions, and engaging content built around interviews and conversations—no long speeches.
About Karoli Hindriks:
Wired Magazine named Jobbatical's Founder and CEO, Karoli Hindriks one of the 50 most inspiring women in European tech 2017. Karoli founded her first company at the age of sixteen (officially becoming the youngest inventor in Estonia). In total, she has founded three and directed five companies in the media, marketing, and recruiting fields. This includes successfully leading the launch of seven television channels in Northern Europe, from National Geographic Channels to MTV and Fox entertainment. In 2016 Karoli was listed among the 50 most influential women in the European startup and venture capital space by EU-Startups.com. Early in her career, BusinessWeek named Karoli one of the 20 most promising young entrepreneurs under 25 in Europe. Karoli is also an alumnus of Singularity University. She is passionate about the unbounded potential of the Millennial generation and confident that we are in the midst of an unprecedented revolution in the world of work.
is a disruptive leader in the hiring industry, providing employers with global exposure and exclusive access to top talent looking for opportunities to take their career abroad. Jobbatical
sits squarely at the intersection of the future of travel, work and talent mobility.
Jobbatical’s mission is to build the leading global marketplace for worldwide career adventures. Estonian-based Jobbatical, matches the skill set and travel aspirations of tech and business professionals with companies in search of world-class talent. In an era in which skills are not only portable but a global currency, job seekers are increasingly comfortable with moving abroad for work. Indeed, a survey by PWC found that 71% of Millenials would like to work outside their own country over the course of their career.
The panel begins at 8:55 am on June 13th. Karoli will also be available to journalists on June 12 & 13 in London, UK.
Please send interview requests to:
+372 5196 5670