Teach for Bulgaria is a partner of the third edition of the innovation forum Innovation Explorer 2017 in Sofia. It is going to be held on February 23 at Sofia Event Center and will bring international experts together in debates on three key topics: outer space, business, education.
The executive director of Teach for Bulgaria Foundation, Evgenia Peeva-Kirova, will participate as a facilitator in the discussion on education in particular. The panel will seek to answer the question of what education people truly need nowadays.
The debates will be attended by international guests like James Stickladder (USA), a futurologist, innovator, author of books, former director of innovations at DELL and currently teaching at the University of South Carolina (USA); Konstantin Dino (Kiricis), founder of the mini-MBA program of PwC and professor of strategies for Europe and the Near East at four universities, among them: University of Surrey (UK), University of Strathclyde (UK), Henley Management College (UK), University of Nicosia (CY), as well as Sheldon Brown (University of California), Erez Tsalik (Israel) and Emelin Dalstroem (Singularity University).
At this event, a one-hour roundtable on the topic of public and private innovative partnerships will also take place for the first time, with the support of representatives of the public sector, the business, professors and international guests.
The event is organized by Capital and Innovation Starter with the media support of Bloomberg TV. You can find more information about the program, registration and participants in the event here.