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Anthony Delgado and Sofia Stolberg join forces to Disrupt Puerto Rico

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Anthony Delgado, CEO, and Founder of Disrupt Digital and Sofia Stolberg, CEO, and Founder of Piloto 151 are proud to present an all-new annual 7-day event series full of Conferences, Workshops, Hackathons, Music, Meetups, and Festivals to the City of San Juan, Puerto Rico, its businesses and citizens. On October 20th, 2018, Disrupt Week will welcome the world’s most influential thought leaders, marketers, developers, angel investors, and entrepreneurs to the island of Puerto Rico. The week consists of an unparalleled mix of industry conferences, trade shows, and festivals. The event will transform the island into a global mecca for technology and entrepreneurship, bringing together local leaders with the leaders of the world and solidifying Puerto Rico’s reputation as a thriving, innovation hub and the bridge between North and South America’s startup ecosystems.

The event will be kicked off with a hackathon for social good called “Hackea Por Una Causa” ( https://www.hackeaporunacausa.com ) which is being sponsored by and held at the Banco Popular Foundation, which is a co-working space and incubator for Puerto Rican non-profit organizations. The hackathon starts on Saturday, October 20th, and continues into the night until the winners are announced on Sunday, October 21st. The foundation has committed to pledging $5k in cash prizes to the winners of the challenges which have been crafted out based on the needs of local non-profit organizations. For those who aren’t hacking, or need to cool off from the keyboards during the night there is a pool party with live Brazilian music hosted by DJ Ivan Robles at Vivo Beach Club.

Monday kicks off the speaker series with the opening conference held at Piloto 151’s (https://piloto151.com/) iconic flagship location, inside of the heart of Old San Juan, which is the oldest settlement within Puerto Rico and a historic colonial section of the city of San Juan. Monday’s line-up of speakers includes Kelitza Brana, Jayden Sage, Sang Lucci, Stephen Lupsha, and Rhett Creighton. Monday’s nightlife consists of a networking event at The Poet’s Passage Cafe, hosted by Crypto Monday and an after party at the iconic speakeasy, La Factoria, featuring a live band playing Salasa and other traditional Latin Music.

Tuesday is hosted at the Science, Technology & Research Trust of Puerto Rico, (https://prsciencetrust.org/) an investment firm whose mission is to advance the island’s digital economy through supporting innovation-driven projects in the technology and science sector. Day two includes a fireside chat with Israel Figueroa, CTO at BrainHi the first company from Puerto Rico to receive funding from Y-Combinator. Other speakers on that day include Alex Grieco, Kirill Sopot, Laura Egocheaga and Pedro Rivera. Networking events on Tuesday include live music at the San Juan Arts and Culture District, Calle Loiza, Santurce, Puerto Rico.

Wednesday is hosted at Parallel 18, ( https://www.parallel18.com/ ) an accelerator program that accepts companies from around the world to help them scale their businesses from Puerto Rico. Executive Director, Sebastian Vidal will be speaking about the state of the tech ecosystem in Puerto Rico. Other speakers on that day include Laura Tirado, Paul Faerstein, Felix Ekwueme, Kaivan Dave and Jason Feifer. “The tech and startups community in Puerto Rico is growing with a combination of local and international entrepreneurs. A generation of young professionals that don’t want to leave or want to come back to the island to pursue their projects is creating and supporting the infrastructure and resources needed to launch Puerto Rico as a hub for creative and disrupting businesses,” said Sebastian Vidal, Executive Director at Parallel18, who is speaking at the event. Parallel18 is one of the first startup accelerators on the island, and they have helped companies raise over 30 million dollars in venture capital since they began operation. Sebastian continues, “In the past five years, the ecosystem has added coworking spaces, startup incubators, and accelerators, networking events and has advocated for a public policy that is friendlier for digital businesses. All of these in a place where you can find an international bank, award-winning restaurants, vibrant cultural centers, and the beach in a 5 miles radio. Finally, the location is pretty convenient for digital nomads with direct flights to Madrid, NYC, and Bogota.” A happy hour and music festival will be held in the evening at Delavida in La Placita which is a much sought-after destination for its nightlife and culture.

On Thursday, the festival returns to Piloto 151 in Old San Juan for the final day of conference talks and lectures. Dr. Mark Wade, John Malott, Jennifer Hopp, Tom La Vecchia, Emmanuel Oquendo, and Denisse Rodríguez Colón will be speaking at the event followed by the Disrupt after party and awards ceremony where local leaders are recognized in areas such as disruption, social impact, and influence.

Friday is all about fun in the sun and networking, with a private VIP dinner and an Acoustic Music Festival and Pool Party hosted by Vivo Beach Club (https://vivobeachclub.com/) featuring legendary Puerto Rican musicians such as Roy Brown, Alegria Rampante, Tito Auger, Fernando Wood, Andrea Cruz, Masquedos, Cheryl Rivera, Luckre Gerad, Ale Croatto, Fine Wood. Saturday morning features a Burn X Brunch, 80’s inspired workout with local fitness influencer Paula Landron at Punto Verde al Fresco, San Juan, followed by a brunch with unlimited mimosas. Saturday evening ends with a rooftop happy hour at Eter Lounge and the final afterparty at the Brava nightclub inside the El San Juan Hotel in Isla Verde.

Disrupt Week is designed to unite technology professionals and entrepreneurs across languages, platforms, and industries. Participants will have opportunities to network, engage, and learn about new and emerging topics that are shaping the future of technology and business, today. Disrupt will host multiple elite panels of experts in a fantastic series of talks, workshops, and presentations that include topics such as entrepreneurship, marketing, investing, blockchain, bots, artificial intelligence and more.

“Disrupt Week is one of the most genuine expressions of Puerto Rico because we thrive by being creative, providing a home to some of the biggest names in tech, music, and film, and playing host to some of the best experiences in the world. And even if you don’t come to the event, we all benefit. The economic impact on the island of Puerto Rico will be undeniable as we attract more people to visit the island each year. This is only the beginning.” said Anthony Delgado, Founder at Disrupt, who first came up with the concept for the event after hurricane maria. “Look at what SXSW has done for the economy in the City of Austin, Texas. The hospitality industry is a huge driver of the economy here on the island, why not combine the two. Technology Education and a tropical Vacation. It just makes sense.”

Disrupt Week 2018 kicks off with a Startup Grind investor panel hosted by Google for Entrepreneurs and Engine-4 co-working space on October 18th, EduBlock Blockchain Workshop on October 19th and Banco Popular Hackathon on October 20th and continues until October 22 through October 27 with the Disrupt Conference & Music Festivals. 2018 is the first year that the 10-days of events have taken place in Puerto Rico, and the goal is to have the same level of economic impact as bringing a Super Bowl or Olympics to the island. “Disrupt Week will continue to be an economic force in the island,” said Anthony Delgado, (https://anthonydelgado.me/) “and it will only continue to grow year after year.”

Tickets are available now by visiting: www.DisruptWeek.com

Founder & Editor-In-Chief of Disrupt Magazine Tony Delgado, is a Puerto Rican American software developer, businessman, activist and philanthropist. Delgado is also the host of the Disrupt Podcast where he interviews the most disruptive business owners, leaders and change makers in the world. Tony Delgado is best known as the founder, and chief executive officer of The Disrupt Foundation, a social impact movement to grow Puerto Rico’s technology ecosystem and host of the semi-annual Disrupt Puerto Rico Conference. Tony Delgado has also helped mentor thousands of students, create financial freedom, all from the comfort of his home in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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This marketplace for college sports equipment is attracting athletes, consumers, and sports clubs

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It’s always a good time to get your Marie Condo on and de-clutter. Letting go of things that no longer spark joy is already a challenge enough but selling your unwanted goodies shouldn’t be. There is a wide variety of marketplaces and platforms to connect sellers and buyers for just about anything you can imagine. 

Facebook Marketplace, eBay, letgo, even Craigslist are all great options to sell or buy goods but since they are so huge–it creates an opportunity for niche marketplaces to better serve specific communities. Naturally, entrepreneurs like Ahmad Elhawli identified opportunities like the fact that currently, there is no dedicated platform for colleges and college students to buy and sell college merchandise and sports equipment.

The recent news of the NCAA announcement to move forward with a proposal allowing college athletes to profit from the use of their name, image, likeness (NIL) makes it a great time to be in this college sports space.  

A marketplace platform for colleges

Sportsfinda is poised to be the go-to social marketplace enabling students to monetize on their personal brands and colleges to sell their equipment and merchandise on one platform. Being that college merchandise, like branded apparel and accessories–and sports equipment, like baseball bats, gloves, and helmets are integral elements of a student’s college journey–a dedicated platform was really needed.  

With a robust web platform and an app for iOS and Android–Sportsfinda is very simple to use. Sellers can simply list their products and buyers can like, comment, make an offer, and purchase sought after sports equipment or college merchandise.

Sportsfinda provides a valuable service to the colleges themselves as well since they are major buyers of sports equipment regularly as they continuously upgrade their inventory. All that old equipment has to go somewhere so once per year, colleges work with Sportsfinda to list and sell their retired sports equipment. In addition, the college stores that sell branded apparel and accessories can list those products on Sportsfinda to reach a wider audience interested in college gear. This allows students to align their products with their colleges and make them easily searchable. 

Humble beginnings

Sportsfinda–the brainchild of digital marketer Ahmad Elhawli–originated in the way many great businesses get created–through necessity. Elhawli experienced the problem firsthand in his pursuit of a sports item. 

“It all began one day as I was searching for a pair of LSU football gloves, I was moving from platform to platform and it was very hard to keep track of what I did find and what I had not,” recounts Elhawli, of his journey to his aha moment.

After some research and good old brainstorming, the dots connected for Elhawli and Sportsfinda was launched. 

The man behind the curtain

The founder of Sportsfinda, Australian-based entrepreneur and digital marketer Ahmad Elhawli, is no stranger to startups. Elhawli owns and operates a digital marketing agency while hosting a business-focused podcast called Business Wilderness where he has hosted guests from Forbes, Microsoft, Coca Cola, Hubspot, and many more. But his entrepreneurial spirit dates back to his early adulthood with a failed business at the age of 19. He then went on to earn a Master’s degree in digital marketing and committed to the continuous learning required to stay sharp in this field.

After a decade of hard work, Elhawli was recognized as an expert in digital marketing for his work directly supported the generation of hundreds of millions of dollars. Elhawli has taken everything he has learned over his career as a digital marketer is applying it along with his passion for sports to build Sportsfinda from the ground up. 

For college students with some retired gear, it’s a great time to get those products listed on Sportsfinda and get paid. College students aren’t the only people using Sportsfinda, but so is the average person at home. With more online shopping happening than ever, everyone is checking out the new marketplace to look for hidden treasures.

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Mikey Moran – The Co-Founder of a 10 Billion Dollar Super App Company In Indonesia Shares A Rare Interview

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Michaelangelo Moran known to his friends simply as “Mikey” along with his high school friend Nadiem Makarim co-founded GO-JEK, transportation, service, payments, and logistics delivery mobile app now valuated at over 10 Billion dollars.

I recently sat down with him in Bali Praia to learn his entire story.

This is the first time he’s shared deeply about his full journey.

There are so many lessons that we can learn from Michaelangelo’s journey as well as business knowledge and experience that few in the world have to offer.

Who Is Michaelangelo?

Michaelangelo Moran was born in Jakarta, Indonesia. Michaelangelo is a world-class entrepreneur who has been featured in the 40 Under 40 by Prestige Magazine.

His professional career started as an Operations Manager at Hugo Boss Indonesia and also working in event management company Martini Link Communications for clients such as Lucky Strike, Dunhill Cigarettes, Prestige Magazine, DestinAsian Magazine, and many other product launches.

Since then, he has co-founded and was the Brand Director for GO-JEK Indonesia – the country’s first DECACORN super app tech company in Indonesia for formalizing the motorcycle taxi industry to provide transport, courier, shopping, food delivery and many other services doing 100 million orders a month and serving more than 2.5 million people.

In addition, Moran has co-founded Semua Properties Bali, which he calls “an end-to-end solution” for real estate, and also Arc MediSpa in Kemang, Jakarta, a beautiful aesthetic and wellness company that provides non-surgical treatments.

He co-founded Bali Praia, which is the first creative space for musicians, DJs, and artists, as well as a record label based in Bali. Bali Praia is where artists and DJs can produce, DJ, and learn how to produce and DJ as well as a networking place as it constantly does creative workshops to educate the general public.

He also somehow also finds time to be one of Indonesia’s leading DJs. “DJ Mikey” performs internationally as well as in Jakarta and Bali. His last project, Streamland, encompasses live streams for DJs that helps raise money to help feed the locals in Bali, the island which he now calls home. This project is so relevant in today’s times, and Streamland partners with an organization called FEED BALI made by the Tresna Bali Cooking School who is delivering food parcels with local ingredients to more than 1000 families in Bali.

Mikey has been featured in Voice of America Indonesia and several other TV appearances.

What is your “origin story” where are you from, how did you get to where you are today

It was always a goal for me to make my own name in life. My family comes from a fashion background. Being half Indian and half Indonesian Chinese, I grew up in my earlier years in Jakarta and then Singapore (where I met Nadiem, the co-founder of GO-JEK). After I graduated college from Boston in 2003 and moved back to Indonesia in 2004, I asked my parents to cut me off financially. As my first job back home, I worked in event management for prestigious corporate events with large scale budgets. If you have ever worked events before, you would know it’s very tough and time-consuming, but the rewards are next level. The company that I worked for was Martini Link Communications, made by Reza Yohanes and Angelina Sumarno. After a tough but successful event launching the rebrand of Dunhill Cigarettes, we became the official event organizer of British American Tobacco Indonesia – organizing all Dunhill and Lucky Strike events. In the meantime, I was also becoming a DJ, co-founding Trigger Management, which created events in clubs featuring international DJs and sponsored by the likes of Class A Mild, Marlboro, and Red Bull Indonesia.

Through all this, I learned that event management really teaches you to be goal-oriented, as well as the importance of team, task, and time management. This is because the entire event revolves around a strict deadline and a tight budget. Through our clients, I learned the importance of details and how no detail is too small when it comes to execution.

After working for events, my parents asked me to join the family business. My family was the first to bring in an international brand into Indonesia with Levi’s Strauss in 1966. By the time I joined the family business in 2005, my family had already built a fashion empire, franchising many European brands to Indonesia, such as Hugo Boss, Aigner, Prada, Mango, Jimmy Choo, Todds, and many more. During this time, I became the operations manager for Hugo Boss in Indonesia. It was quite the change from having meetings in Starbucks planning events to the corporate 9-5 suit and tie environment. What was fun was that I managed to do the buying in Hong Kong for the next season’s collection, which was a highlight for that year. After much thought, working in the company for a year and a half, I decided to call it quits and go back to event management, creating Danceflo Productions – also together with Nadiem Makarim as well as Sayan Gulino and David Jacobson. It was during the Danceflo era that I got inspired to become a new media designer and hence applied to the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.

I could say this is really where the journey began. I always was a creative person, but I didn’t have the tools nor even the guide to learn and shine in this field. I was the top of my class learning subjects like Photography, Design, Motion Graphics, Web Development, etc. This paved the way for me to design the GO-JEK logo, my first client out of Academy of Art, when I graduated in 2010. My first client ultimately led me to become the Co-Founder of the company.

From here, the entrepreneurial journey began.

Tell me about the biggest challenge you ever faced and how you overcame them personally and professionally.

PERSONALLY

A big turning point in my life was when I decided to go back to school and pursue a design degree at the Academy of Art. It was single-handedly the biggest decision of my life and is the reason I am where I am today.  For me, the challenge was breaking away from monotony and expectation. I did not thrive or grow in a repetitive environment. I was always seeking challenges, obstacles, and goals, which, until today, is my biggest driving force. Exiting and moving on from the family business in 2005 was a huge leap, and along with all of my previous work experience, ultimately paved the way to my entrepreneurial success. I loved what I was doing at the Academy of Art, and I became very good at it. I think success comes from passion, it may not be discovered early, but passion drives your motivation. From here, stay on course, be focused, and keep doing what you love. The money will come later.

PROFESSIONALLY

Finding the right people has always been one of the biggest challenges I’ve faced. This may be on the higher co-founding level or down to even hiring the right people for your team. This is an ongoing challenge and one that I still haven’t found the right solution to. My only advice, just like with anything, would be that there are always other people and other opportunities, sometimes you just want to jump the gun and move forward. However, handpicking people is a long process, and one you should only do when you are comfortable. Do some proper due diligence, take your time, evaluate all your options, and this will de-risk yourself from further problems that may incur.

What Does It Truly Take To Be An Entrepreneur? What Does This Word Mean To You?

Stay grounded. It’s easy to sway away and be caught up in it all. Remember to keep on your toes and be flexible, because you never know what kind of curveball is going to be thrown at you. Be fearless and navigate through failures. You can’t get to where you need to go without taking some risks.

What is your biggest advice to people to becoming a successful entrepreneur, financially, and also in terms of personal growth?

It all starts with the idea that leads to the product/service, followed by a business plan, budget, and then fundraising.

YOU REALLY NEED TO WANT THIS – You need to walk and talk to the brand, people need to see the passion come out of you with whatever you are trying to do. Remember, Rome wasn’t built in a day, and you need to put in your hours and hard work. Make sure to always stay focused and dedicated to the end goal.

I think it’s important to VISUALIZE goals – Set yourself a BHAG – Big Hairy Audacious Goal…this is your long term, possibly for some an unimaginable goal. Something you wish to achieve.  In the meantime, set your short term KPIs, what you do want to achieve in three months, six months, and one year. It will allow you to measure your success and stay on course.

NETWORK, network, network – Get out there, spread the wings of your business and brand. Do it the old fashion way. People want to relate to the owners and put a face to the business, and you can’t rely on social media all the way.

You need to be PATIENT – GO-JEK nearly shut down multiple times before we got properly funded because we were unable to stay afloat. But we stayed dedicated and did not lose focus or encouragement. Once the time and market were right, we were able to scale and take the company to new heights.

PREPARE FOR THE WORST – There are times when businesses are not necessarily doing well. This global pandemic is probably the best example of businesses suffering due to the lockdowns that are happening. Be prepared that there may be no sales for six months forward and have some cash ready to survive. These things are unpredictable; its best to take the necessary steps to have that peace of mind and be prepared for whatever financial challenges may arise.

Always continue LEARNING – There are plenty of ways to keep yourself inspired. This can be in the form of watching tutorials, taking online courses, attending seminars, hanging out with other entrepreneurs and CEOs to continuously expand your knowledge and horizons.

Are there particular people (family, mentors, books) in your life who helped you progress in your entrepreneurial journey?

On the top of the list would be my parents Nico and Dewi Moran, who taught me the importance of business ethics, client management and emphasized personal and professional growth. Through my parents’ actions and dedication to their businesses, I saw the importance of sacrifice and hard work from an early age. I saw firsthand that in order to succeed, you need to put in the hours and that any of your successes is a reflection of your hard work.

Next are my co-founder and partner, Nadiem Makarim. He ignited my entrepreneurial path and mentored me to create success by thinking steps ahead and being firm and dedicated to the goals set upon you. From the creative standpoint, I need to highlight my teacher and also department head Bob Rigel and Gino Nave at the Academy of Art University, San Francisco.

Any final words you want to share with our readers?

The entrepreneurial road is not an easy or straight path. The journey requires a tremendous amount of dedication and sacrifice. I’ve been through a lot of big ups and downs mentally, physically, and professionally while I have been on this path, and you have to remember to take care of yourself and not push your limits. I have also learned that being successful has its perks, but you will only feel complete if you are truly happy at the end of it.

Remember to enjoy the process. Life is a journey, a rollercoaster, but if this business is your passion, and it feeds your soul, the sky’s the limit for you.

Watch An Excerpt Of My Interview On Youtube Below

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The Blockchain School Partners with BlockConf.Digital to Reinforce Indian Blockchain Community.

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BlockConf Digital, Content-Driven Online Blockchain Conference of a New Format

The Blockchain community worldwide is preparing for a 48-hour non-stop online experience, the BlockConf Digital, which will open its doors on ​Monday, May 25, from 9 AM (GMT + 8).

BlockConf Digital is a joint effort between FAS | Fintech Advisory Services and STO Managers that seek to contribute a new tool to the digital transformation and growth of the blockchain industry worldwide.

The Blockchain School has partnered up with Block Conf to reinforce the Indian Blockchain community.

“Uncertainty is the reality of the moment and we are trying our best to bring right values to our trusted users and customers, partnership with BlockConf Digital was one of our efforts to bring this massive e-gathering of the blockchain community to our learners sitting at their homes.” — Saurabh Sharma (Founder, The Blockchain School)

The Blockchain School is a new age startup in the field of ed-tech. It was recently recognized as one of the “20 Most Promising Ed-tech Startups 2019” in an Annual Roll of Honor by CIO Review Magazine. We pride ourselves on our cutting-edge learning platform that focuses on offering the best in class services in the field of blockchain technology. The objective is to help the community understand, experiment, expand, and grow the applications of this innovative technology and the mission is to offer them an ecosystem that supports their vision. The Blockchain School is heading towards creating an Integrated Platform for e-learning, employment, and career solutions into blockchain technology.

The Blockchain School Courses have been designed in a way that even a person with little to no technical background can understand. This is the main motive of the Blockchain School to make Blockchain education available to everyone.

The Blockchain School released the courses in last quarter and has just surpassed 7000 active learners in April, with a total of 10,000+ enrolments, 20+ university partners, and 400,000+ total eye-balls on the project so far. The Blockchain School had an opportunity to shake hands with 17+ Global tech, crypto & blockchain conferences on media (w/techie scoops) and knowledge (w/the blockchain school), education fronts and the team is extensively working towards making education affordable and easily available and provide the learners & individuals with employability and freelance opportunities. The Blockchain School is now excited about this massive e-gathering of the Blockchain community.

BlockConf Digital prepared two stages with more than 100 invited speakers like Adam Back, Peter McCormack, David Chaum, Miko Matsumura, Juan Pablo Thieriot, Catalina Castro, Eddy Travia, among others, from companies like Kaspersky, RSK, Crypttp, Decred, Dash, Quantia, Money On Chain, Decrypto, Binance, Kraken, CoinGecko, UNICEF, Blockchain Valley Ventures, AVA Labs, and much more. Kaspersky, the innovative global cybersecurity company with 21 years in business and 400 million+ users protected, joined the conference as the main sponsor. The company has an ultimate solution for ​securing sustainable blockchain-based systems, ​Kaspersky Blockchain Security, ​that the team will present at the event.

Saurabh Sharma, the founder/CEO of The Blockchain School, is one of the speakers of the event, too, and will be conducting an exclusive workshop for the attendees. The workshop focuses on understanding the use cases for Blockchain as a technology rather than just a currency.

The conference gives participants a complete networking experience:

  • Virtual booths with video chats to e-meet with participating companies
  • VIP e-meeting rooms to schedule private meeting and exchange business cards
  • E-workshops to learn more about Blockchain
  • E-coffee break rooms to network with all attendees

BlockConf Digital will also host a ​Startup Demo Day for those companies who want to present their project to top-notch VC firms from the blockchain ecosystem. Startups can register for the Demo Day by contacting the event team at [email protected]

The virtual conference hall will be available to everyone for the Virtual Meetup to explore the platform and e-meet with ​RSK, Decred​, and ​Dash teams. Warm-up with BlockConf Digital at the Virtual BlockConf Meetup to get ready for the May 25.

E-see you at BlockConf Digital!
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