Mihail Petreski, age 60, has been either a witness or an active participant in the IT industry of Former Yugoslavia for over 30 years. He graduated from the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Economics, as an International Business major, and completed postgraduate studies in the same field.
Tijana graduated from Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, with a Master's degree in Innovation, Strategy and Organisation. She holds a BSc degree from the Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade (major: Finance, Banking and Insurance).
Jovana is currently working as a Researcher & Analyst at the Department for Public Relations in the Office of the Prime Minister of the Republic of North Macedonia. In her free time, Jovana actively contributes to international research projects on topics such as emotional intelligence, youth emigration and mental health trends in the LGBTQ population.
Vladimir Boškov has served as the Head of the Department for Electrostimulation, Clinic for Cardiology in Skopje, Macedonia since September 2009.
Prof. Dr Miodrag Ivković is the president of the Board of the Information Society of Serbia and Professor at the University of Novi Sad, for the subject of e-Business, e-Marketing, and Project Management.
Mr Jancevski is a banking and finance professional with a career that spans over 30 years. During his career, Mr Jancevski has been engaged by the Republic Pricing Agency, the Agricultural Bank Skopje, Internal bank SOZT Jugotutun Skopje, OOZT Jugotutun Skopje, SKO Jugotutun banka Skopje, Tutunska Banka AD Skopje and NLB Tutunska Banka AD Skopje, where he served as First General Manager.
Igor Pavlica graduated from the University of Belgrade in Electrical Engineering as BSc Electrical Engineer. He started his professional career at the Institute of Microwaves IMTEL in 1988 as an Engineer, before he became Chief of Department, and finally Project Manager. He joined the Saga company in 1992, where he soon became co-owner and CSO.