Originally working in the field of Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Galina Bankova will add her expertise to our mentor team for Startup Weekend Die Alm.
Galina will help you with her skills in business modeling, solving team issues, roles & time management, conflict management and tipps on self motivation to get things done.
Galina has just recently founded DoWorkYouLove. Previously, she worked as self-development trainer and consultant at EBH GmbH, a communication consultancy for projects. Furthermore, she was project manager for Entrepreneurship Education Programs at Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship and holds qualifications in NLP.
Five questions to the mentor:
- What does ‚Future Mobility’ mean to you?
Henry Ford once said ‚If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said „faster horses“‘.
I believe mobility innovation requires the brainstorming capacity and implementation power of the crowd as well as thinking out of the box – more than ever.
Future Mobility should enable people to be more effective in their work & private life activities, so they can have some time left for going back to the roots, back to offline, slow living / eating / communicating with others offline.
- What motivates you to coach teams on Startup Weekend – Die Alm?
I’ve participated, ran and supported a lot of entrepreneurship events and the Startup Weekend format is the most successful, helpful, productive, networking & fun oriented one, I’ve experienced. On the other hand, there is some kind of magic happening, if a group of people spend some days in the same place – working, eating, partying together, far away from their day-to-day lives.
- What business model is great example for ‚Future Mobility‘?
Car sharing, Whatsapp, Airbnb
- Which area of mobility needs to be disrupted?
That’s what participants should decide.
- Where do you integrate mobility into your daily life?
Learning, working, communicating with people, going from A to B