Sometimes, when I moderate panels at conferences around Europe, I feel I’m lucky because I can listen to and learn from great people which otherwise I would not have probably the possibility to meet.
One of these occasions was a panel at BrainBarBudapest, called Employees vs Founders, where I moderated the likes of Branislav Klesken, George Greskovits, Rob Wilmot.
We discussed a lot of interesting subjects, from the relationship between entrepreneurship and ethics to the skills that need to be taught in a world that’s changing so fast.
I think it really was an interesting discussion. But I might be biased, don’t take my word for it.
You can see and judge for yourself below: