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After joining forces with like-minded Eastern people in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore, we decided to organize a small scale, exclusive, but cool and free-style online event to exchange ideas, drive inspiration and build friendships. 

We managed to put together amazing group of inspiring people from CEE region active in leadership positions across Asia, Europe and Middle East. The guests included top executives from Fortune 500 companies, entrepreneurs and other creative thinkers.

Due to great success of the first UnEast unconference in November 2020, we organized the second edition of UnEast unconference last Saturday, 13th of March. We talked about various topics, for example about Agile Business, East-West Leadership, Gender Equality in Dubai etc.

We are happy we get together Eastern European people from around the world and our speakers had very inspiring presentations and speeches.

Our speakers were:
Borko Kovacevic based in Singapore
Zuzana Predinger based in Prague
Gabor Holch based in Shanghai
Lukas Petrikas based in Hongkong
Jovan Savicevic based in Hongkong
Sanel Habbab based in Dubai

We are looking forward to see you at our next UnEast Unconference in the Q2 2021.

Have you never heard about unconference concept? An unconference is a loosely organized event framework where building relationships and creating sparks of magic is the only goal. You may read more about the format here:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unconference

Every single person that is invited to participate is also invited to speak and share, anchored by a theme which on this occasion is: Eastern Edge. You are welcome to interpret it in your own way and present your passion, vision, profession or your grandfather’s stamp collection! Anything is interesting, everything is relevant that you deem relevant! 

You will have a virtual room for yourself as a stage or you can enjoy other people sharing. 

A couple of other notes:
1) the event is free of charge and 100% driven by volunteers

2) do not prepare for 2 hours of simply listening: interactivity is what this format is about

3) we aim for diversity: across genders, topics, industries, nationalities, nothing is too odd 

4) we are inclusive: despite being driven by Eastern Europeans, we welcome anyone with an idea, interest, relevance or commitment to the East. Whatever it means for them and wherever they are from. Positivity and tolerance are key values for the event accordingly.

After this lengthy introduction, you are cordially invited to this very special event from the East to the East. 

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