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Petar Savic is the founder of Supreme Factory the end-to-end digital enterprise based in London. Connecting International Startup Ecosystems with curated networks of Startups, Scaleups, Founders, Tech Talents, Students, Investors, Incubators, Accelerators, Universities, Communities.
In our fireside chat with Petar, we'll be conversing about the journey from entrepreneur to investor and the current and future trends in technology .
Supreme Factory Founder, Startup Grind London & Malta Co-Director. Ex: UCL Advances, EXIT FestivalRead More
Petar Savic is an entrepreneur and a super-connector with a key interest in project management within a Digital Media, Blockchain and Internet environment, bridging the gap between technical, creative and commercial requirements.
Moreover, he is the Founder of a London based Virtual Accelerator for international startups called Supreme Factory and Co-Director of Startup Grind Europe, London and Malta, a global startup community designed to educate, inspire, and connect entrepreneurs.
Petar is also a Trustee of Primrose Hill, with a mission to tokenize the community and create the first London's smart village. In the local OnTheHill magazine he writes a monthly column about entrepreneurship.
He advises Department For International Trade in the UK on Balkan startup ecosystems and was involved in Western Balkans Summit in London recently.
He is a member of many initiatives such as SEEBA - South East European Business Association, London Tech Advocates, Serbian Entrepreneurs, Serbian Blockchain Initiative, IDACB - International Decentralized Association of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain, EUCC - European Chamber of Distributed Ledger Technologies and Crypto Currencies, European Blockchain HUB, etc.
His previous experience includes more than a decade as an IT Project Manager in corporate, government and culture sectors, with experience in Digital Marketing, Web Development, and emerging technologies such as Blockchain, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Live Streaming.
He was a Marketing and Events Coordinator at the UCL Advances, at the time the biggest entrepreneurial department in the word and the biggest University in Europe, working with more than 200 entrepreneurs and over 300 events.
For five years he advised some of the most promising tech startups and investment funds.