Workshop for women entrepreneurs from Visegrad countries under the auspices of Hungarian Embassy, in charge of V4 Presidency

Competition vs. Collaboration

Workshop for women entrepreneurs from Visegrad countries under the auspices of Hungarian Embassy, in charge of V4 Presidency

Linda and Karolina held an excellent session on competition and cooperation during our workshop for female social impact startupers from V4 countries. They combined training and interactive parts so that participants could learn from them and from each other as well.

Katalin Ertsey, 1st Secretary, Hungarian Embassy
Linda with with HE Daniel Meron, Jill Meron and Jonathan Wootliff

EUPJ Conference

Jonathan Wootliff

I had the opportunity to work with Linda when she asked me for an interview. The entire process was professionally organized, with time for feedback and approvals prior to publishing. Linda was incredibly empathetic to the spirit behind the initiative I was discussing, the questions she structured were carefully considered and her initial querying was insightful, respectfully approached, yet probing and laced with gentle humor. The whole experience was a pleasure to go through and I would wholeheartedly recommend Linda for an interview should you have the opportunity.

Anthony Newstead, Glb Grp Director Emerging Technologies & Strategic Innovation, co-founder BridgeCommunity

Linda volunteered her time to present to IWAP on the perceptions of women in Czech society. Her presentation was excellent and very well received by the audience of international women. It was humorous, honest and humbling, taking us on a journey through the early years of post communism to women in today’s society.

Helen Noll, IWAP President 2015 - 2018, International Women's Association of Prague

On behalf of all the participants I would like to cite feedback from Jana Hrstkova, Operating Principal of Keller Williams, Member of the Board of the Jan and Meda Mladek Foundation, and President of the Harvard Alumni Club in Prague:

“Missions are generally the modern way to support new projects and represent an effective tool for making personal connections with foreign partners. Another goal is to create synergies and a program that will satisfy the maximum number possible of the delegation participants. I think that this first women entrepreneurial mission to Israel fulfilled the vision very well. We had the opportunity to meet with partners from the Herzliya Accelerator Center, PICO Investment Fund, RedHat, IDC Beyond, OurCrowd, and MobilEye, among others. Personally, I was most taken by the example of the most successful Israeli start-up MobilEye, which offers a very sophisticated technology that assists drivers, and which can serve as inspiration for the Czech Republic. The program was very professional and thorough. A huge thank you to Linda Stucbartova from Diversio who prepared the program and supported it professionally, as well as to the Czech Embassy in Tel Aviv, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel, and the Israeli-Czech Chamber of Commerce. I would recommend the mission to all those who are interested in new trends in technology, investment opportunities, start-ups, and education. I’m already looking forward to the next mission which Diversio plans for Fall 2019.”

Jana Hrstkova, 1st WEM Israel