Math Impacts Lives – Jelena Kovacevic [CorD Magazine, June 2018]

This interview with Jelena Kovacevic, Professor, Dean Of NYU Tandon School Of Engineering,was originally published in June 2018 issue of CorD Magazine. From the neighbourhoods of Belgrade and a childhood love for puzzles and patterns, via Master and Ph.D. degrees from Columbia University, working at Carnegie Mellon, the co-founding of a company and the spreading of innovation […]

Where Finance MeetsTechnology & Innovation – John Hucker [CorD Magazine, June 2018]

This interview with John Hucker, President Of Swiss Finance + Technology Associationwas originally published in June 2018 issue of CorD Magazine. Exclusively for CorD, John Hucker, President of the Swiss Finance + Technology Association, talks about tech innovations like blockchain and AI, but also challenges and opportunities for the financial industry and a reimagining of it. What […]

7 things I’ve learned talking with bright leaders from Google, AliExpress, Rainmaking and others

  It’s almost 10 months since I started contributing to CorD Magazine as a freelance ICT Journalist. It’s Serbia’s leading business and management magazine in English, and this gave me the opportunity to talk with bright people and leaders like Gary Illyes from Google, Ghela Boskovich from Rainmaking and FemTech, Zhiyu Chen from AliExpress (Alibaba Group), and others. […]

Recognizing Consumer Needs In Advance – Zhiyu Chen [CorD Magazine, June 2017]

This interview with Zhiyu Chen, Chief Commercial And Product Officer At Ali Express (Alibaba Group) was originally published in June 2017 issue of CorD Magazine. Foto: Zoran Petrović / CorD Magazine Having started out with a staff of 18 in 1999, Alibaba Group (of which AliExpress represents one marketplace) has grown to become a giant […]

From Disruption To Collaboration – Ghela Boskovich [CorD Magazine, May 2017]

This interview with Ghela Boskovich, FemTech Founder and Head of FinTech & RegTech Partnerships at Rainmaking Innovation, home of Startupbootcamp; was originally published in May 2017 issue of CorD Magazine. Ghela Boskovich is the mind behind the FemTech movement and the head of FinTech and RegTech Partnerships at Rainmaking Innovation, home of Startupbootcamp, and the industry’s thought […]

Sharing the Knwoledge: Changing People And Societies – Audun Farbrot [CorD Magazine, April 2017]

This interview with Audun Farbrot, Head Of Science Communication At Norwegian Business School BI, was originally published in April 2017 issue of CorD Magazine. All photo material: Torbjørn Brovold Audun Farbrot is the author of two books on science communication and Head of Science Communication at Scandinavia’s leading business school, the second largest such school in Europe. […]

Google Turns Twenty – Gerry Illyes [CorD Magazine, March 2017]

This interview with Gerry Illyes, Webmaster Trends Analyst at Googlewas originally published in March 2017 issue of CorD Magazine. With more than 3.5 billion search quires every day, as well as more than 1.17 billion different people who use Google to search at least once a month, the world’s biggest search engine provides more than 2.3 million […]

Vibrant Start-Up Connecting Over 800 Million People – Nadav Avidan [CorD Magazine, February 2017]

This interview with Nadav Avidan, Global PR Lead at Viber was originally published in February 2017 issue of CorD Magazine. With the growing trend of messaging, can start-ups help us be ourselves when we communicate, and build bridges? This is the story of Viber’s journey and the challenges of connecting hundreds of millions in a […]

Scott E. Fahlman: From Emoticons To The Future Of Communication [CorD Magazine, February 2017]

This interview with Scott E. Fahlman, Inventor of the emoticon,Research Professor at the Language Technologies Institute and Computer Science Department, Carnegie Mellon Universitywas originally published in February 2017 issue of CorD Magazine. Foto: Zoran Petrović / CorD Magazine The sideways “smiley face” or emoticon has become an internationally recognized symbol. One could argue that there’s no-one on […]