David Szabo – The Future of Business is Personalization

We met with David during the first Social Media Barcamp in Central Europe – BabelCamp in Brno. Back then he was talking about influencers and their role. And this seemed to as a very interesting topic. However, in the interview he talks not only of influencers, but also about his influencer targeting app BrandVee or the startup community in London …

Dávid Szabó - BrandVee

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Nikola Vrdoljak – Ahead of the digital revolution

Meet Gingernet CEO, the founder of a full service digital agency and Program Director of the largest regional media festival. Nikola introduces the projects that rushed the digital revolution in Eastern European region and shows his passion while talking about social media.

Nikola Vrdoljak

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David Spáčil – from studying camels to video community site in Chile

A man with a lot of stories. From camels through computer games to travelling the jungle of South America in a twenty-five-year-old car made in East Germany. Meet David “Havran” Spáčil. We had a great conversation about viral videos, a Chilean start-up program, tricking big media outlets and the future of David’s startup Videoflot. Why didn’t he break through in Hollywood? Read on.

David "Havran" Spáčil - Videoflot launch

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David Šmehlík – content is the king, platform is the key

David Šmehlík, owner of Fleveo (social media consultancy and apps company) and co-founder of Druidly (platform for automatic content distribution to mobile phones) reveals some of his secrets of success. A young entrepreneur (23) shares his opinion on what is important in social media campaigns, what he thinks about the local start-up scene and you can get a music bonus by the end of the interview!

David "Duf" Šmehlík

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Success stories

This is my favourite part of the whole concept. I have seen many great projects and people in Czech Republic and other CEE countries and I often wondered – what would the gurus from Silicon Valley say about them? Are these concepts interesting taken away from the original context? But in most of the cases we never know, as they haven‘t made it to the eyes of the English speaking public.


In my opinion, it‘s about time to showcase their projects. We will ask social media specialists, marketing weirdos, crazy librarians, famous bloggers, nerdy start-up founders to find out more about what is their secret formula, where do they come from and what are their goals. We want to ask about their biggest mistakes and their opinion on life, universe and everything.

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